Spring break does not deter mischief-makers, criminals
Boulder Police Department
- Officers took a robbery report from a woman whose purse was taken from her in the area of 17th Street and Canyon. She reported that she was walking in the area when a man rode by her on a bicycle and grabbed her purse from her shoulder. There is limited information about the suspect, only that he was wearing a snow hat, a dark-colored ski jacket, blue jeans and athletic shoes. The bicycle had looped handlebars and a flashing tail light.
- A 37-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of criminal mischief after officers were called to a fight in the 1000 block of Pearl Street. He is accused of breaking a pair of eyeglasses after getting into a dispute over a bar tab at Juanita’s, 1043 Pearl St.
- A 27-year-old Boulder man was arrested on suspicion of motor vehicle theft, resisting arrest, carrying a concealed weapon, possession of a weapon by a previous offender and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana after reportedly stealing a scooter during a test drive from Sportique Scooters, 2506 Spruce St.
- Officers took a report of a burglary at Rose Hill Wine and Spirits, 1091 13th St. A window in the business was broken and a bottle of vodka was taken.
CU Police Department
- A burglary and theft from the Ekeley Sciences Building was reported. Suspects gained access to the building through a window and stole a projector from its ceiling fixture. They also attempted to steal a television and were unsuccessful. There are no known suspects.
- Ronald M. Brown, 40, was arrested on suspicion of an active warrant. Police were called about a person sleeping in the hallway of family housing on 30th and Colorado. Police obtained identification from the individual and found a warrant for contempt of court in the city of Boulder. The suspect was taken to jail.
- Criminal tampering to a vehicle parked in Lot 602 was reported. A large quantity of egg nog was dumped on a vehicle out by the Bear Creek apartment complex.
- CU student Jessie L. Peterson, 21, was issued a summons for DWAI, failure to present evidence of insurance, and failure to drive in a single lane (weaving). Officers saw the vehicle weaving several times. They pulled the vehicle over and noticed the driver was obviously intoxicated.