Weekend Property Crime in the Foothills: Fridays/Saturdays/Sundays on February 10 – 12, 2017
4 Armed Robberies/Commercial: 300-block of Eubank Blvd SE, 12700-block of Piru SE, 2800-block of Juan Tabo Blvd NE, 11000-block of Montgomery Blvd NE.
2 Armed Robbery to an Individual: 12900-block of Central NE, 12700-block of Summer NE.
2 Armed Robberies at a Residence/Home Invasion: 12900-block of Central NE, 12900-block of Central NE (same block, at two different addresses).
7 Stolen Vehicles: 400-block of Eubank Blvd NE, 1100-block of Maxine Rd NE, 10400-block of Candelaria Rd NE, 12500-block of Apache Place NE, two incidents on two different days at the same address on the 5800-block of Eubank Blvd NE, 5300-block of Eubank Blvd NE. One vehicle that was stolen had keys left inside at the time of the theft and $750 worth of tools. When you park, clear out that vehicle of anything with value: personal papers, keys, garage door openers, tools, etc.
5 Commercial Burglaries: 1500-block of Eubank Blvd, 1700-block of Juan Tabo Blvd NE, 3 at the same location on the 12000-block of Candelaria. Entries: Pounding hole in wall through a bathroom to get inside the office, breaking a window, using a ‘secure’ entry code to the facility and prying locks off ‘secure’ units. Items stolen: keys, checks, change, more items that were not listed at time of research.
2 Residential Burglaries: 11700-block of Terra Bella Lane SE, 2200-block of Elizabeth St NE. Entries: breaking a window and one appears to have used a key hidden outside the dwelling. Items stolen: 65″ TV, copy/fax machine.
8 Auto Burglaries: 14200-block of Copper, 800-block of Claudine NE, 1800-block of Britt NE, 3300-block of Juan Tabo Blvd NE, 9700-block of Comanche Rd NE, 3600-block of Juan Tabo Blvd NE, 12700-block of Granite NE, 6300-block of Eubank Blvd NE. Entries: unlocked vehicles, breaking windows, damaged driver’s side door locks. Items stolen: Car keys, multiple purses, multiple wallets, multiple IDs, multiple credit cards (some being used within minutes of the burglary), bag with $100 worth of tools inside, iPhone 6, glasses.
In the Foothills Area Command we have many property crimes that can be prevented by locking up and removing items of value from vehicles. Securing your own property is one of the easiest ways to dramatically lower your odds of being a property crime victim.
Thank you to the people who decorated our Foothills substation over the weekend. What a wonderful way to start the work week to walk into our substation and see blue ribbons, posters and banners! Thanks for taking the time and effort to do this for us at the Foothills Area Command.
Chili Dog with A Cop on Friday at the APD Academy was a big success with about 500 chili dogs purchased and $3,100 raised for the family of Shaylee Boling and her mother, who both died from their injuries when a driver fleeing in a stolen vehicle crashed into the family’s vehicle in the Foothills Area Command a few weeks ago. Thanks to those who worked so hard to pull this event off and to those who participated and donated.
Have a good week and be safe,
Jill Garcia, Crime Prevention Specialist / ICPS, NCPS – APD, Foothills Area Command