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Welcome Commander Collins / Your Foothills Area Command property crime tally from Tuesday, Feb. 20th

Thank you and Happy New Year:  It’s great to be back in the office after a long absence due to foot surgery.  I hope everyone had a happy holiday season and that 2018 is off to a good start for you.  Thanks to those who sent holiday cards and get well cards — I really appreciated your thoughtfulness.

Neighborhood Watches:  Over the holidays, several neighborhoods expressed interest in forming Neighborhood Watch groups.  As those facilitation meetings roll out this month and next, I’ll announce any newly formed Foothills Area Command Neighborhood Watch groups on this web site to keep you informed.

Announcements:  Commander James Collins is here at the Foothills Area Command.  Some may remember Commander Collins from a few years ago when he served as the Foothills Day Watch Lieutenant.  He is excited to be in the Foothills Area Command again and if you would like to reach out to Commander Collins, he can be reached at 332-5240.  Our other leadership team members remain:  Lieutenant Ferris Simmons (Day Watch), Lieutenant Bret White (Police And Community Together/PACT), Lieutenant Kenneth Johnston (Night Watch) and they can also be reached at the substation main phone number 332-5240.


Property Crime in the Foothills on Tuesday, February 20th:

1 “Warm Up” Auto Theft:  12600-block of Comanche Rd NE  A 100% preventable crime!  Please do not leave vehicles warming up and unattended.

1 Stolen Vehicle:  11200-block of Vistazo Pl SE.

2 Residential Burglaries:  12300-block of Piru SE (unforced entry) and 5700-block of Teakwood Trail NE (looks like entry via a back door).

4 Auto Burglaries:  3300-block of Juan Tabo (Defined Fitness): Broke window to steal pistol left inside vehicle.  Two vehicles at the same location on the 300-block of Juan Tabo Blvd NE:    Broke windows to make entry, stole insurance paperwork and moved things around in the vehicles.  11000-block of Menaul NE: Broke window to steal laptop left inside vehicle.


Be safe!  Jill Garcia, Crime Prevention Specialist / ICPS, NCPS – APD, Foothills Area Command