On 05/31/17 at approximately 10:44PM, officers from the Stetson Hills Division were dispatched to the 3700 block of Homestead Ridge Heights to a reported home invasion call for service. Investigation revealed that 2 males (later identified as 20 year old Michael O�Connor and 19 year old Charles Wohr) made unauthorized entry into the home of the victim. The suspects were reported to have assaulted the victim in his home with a bat causing non-life threatening injuries to the victim and damage to property located inside the home. The victim was transported to a local hospital where he was treated and released for his injuries. Both suspects were later located and arrested without incident on the felony charges of burglary and assault. Michael O�Connor was also charged with a misdemeanor charge of criminal mischief.
Michael O”Connor / Charles Wohr
On Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Falcon Division Patrol Officers were dispatched to a local area hospital regarding a shooting. A twenty four year old female arrived at the hospital with an apparent serious but not life threatening gunshot wound to her neck. The investigation revealed the victim was injured by an unknown suspect while walking near Thorndale Park, near the 2400 block of W. Uintah St. Family members rendered aid to the victim, and transported her to the hospital. No suspect or suspects have been identified at this point of the ongoing investigation. Detectives with the Violent Crimes Assault Unit did respond and assumed responsibility for the follow up investigation.
On 5-29-17 at about 1155 hours, officers were dispatched to a business located near Airport/Academy. Upon arrival, officers located the suspect, a Hispanic male adult with black t-shirt and tan pants, who got into a white truck. The truck backed into officer�s cruiser and then fled, striking another officer while fleeing. A pursuit ensued and the suspect eventually drove west on Airport, through a red light, causing a multi-vehicle accident. The suspect�s truck was disabled in the accident and two people were injured. The suspect got out with a long gun and car-jacked a white Acura, forcing the driver out of the car. The suspect fled west and was not immediately located.
On 5-29-2017 at 02:04 hours CSPD dispatch received a call for service indicating that an unknown suspect or suspects forced entry into the residence located at 715 Manitou Boulevard. The home was occupied by two juvenile males who fled the home through a window. One suspect was seen by the victims as they were leaving. The victims escaped unharmed. Gold Hill shift three officers arrived on scene and set up containment. The residence was later cleared and it was found that the suspects were gone. It appeared as if personal possessions of the occupants may have been searched for valuables. Investigation is continuing.
**update: as of 8:50Pm, all lanes of traffic are open.**
On the above date and time, Officers were dispatched to the 3900 block of Bijou Street to investigation a single vehicle traffic accident. The driver who was the lone occupant in the vehicle was transported to a local hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries. The investigation is currently on-going. Bijou is closed between Murray Boulevard and Coleridge Drive.
On 05/26/17 at approximately 2346 hours, CSPD Officers were dispatched to the 5600 block of Barnes Road reference a traffic accident involving a single vehicle that collided with a building. Upon the officers� arrival, the driver of the vehicle involved and potential witnesses were contacted. The preliminary investigation showed that the collision with the building was intentional. The driver was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. The collision did cause significant damage to the unoccupied business. The investigation is ongoing at this time.
Officers were dispatched to the intersection of Delaware Drive and E. Uintah Street to investigate a report of a shooting. When officers arrived, they found a male victim who had been shot. This victim was transported to a local hospital where he is being treated for a serious, life threatening injury.
Detectives from the Violent Crimes/Homicide Unit responded to assist in the investigation. At this time, detectives are still developing suspect information.
On 05/24/17 at approximately 8:42 PM officers from the Sand Creek Division were dispatched to 1100 S. Chelton Road in reference to a physical disturbance. An additional call was received indicating someone had been stabbed. The investigation revealed a family disturbance occurred. The male suspect, Paul Ramirez, pulled a knife on his girlfriend and other family members became involved to keep Mr. Ramirez from harming his girlfriend.