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$7,000 in Equipment, $1,400 in Tires Stolen from Arnold Businesses

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Department provided the following information. None of it indicates a conviction or guilty plea.

Nov. 7

$1,425 in Tires Stolen — An Jeffco Boulevard business owner reported 38 tires missing from racks chained to their racks in front of his building. The owner never reported the missing items in the past and decided to lock the items after the first theft. The 38 tires are worth about $1,425, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputy reported.

Nov. 3

Illegal Use of a Credit Card — Sheriff’s investigators travelled to Big Bill Road to meet the victim of a credit card theft. The victim said someone purchased a video game system and four video games worth a total of  $320 at Village Plaza in Arnold. From the surveillance video, investigators identified a suspect, visiting his Rosedale Drive residence and retrieved the purchased items.

Nov. 2

$7,000 in Equipment Stolen — Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputies investigated a theft at Tesson Hill Apartments at 22 Tesson Hill. The victim said two asphalt pavers stored inside a fenced area were missing. The victim also said the building’s security cameras were stolen weeks ago. The pavers are worth about $7,000.

Oct. 27

$600 in Copper Tubing Stolen — Sheriff’s investigators reported that 70 feet of copper tubing, worth about $600, was stolen from Meadowfield Drive residence. Investigators found no signs of forced entry.

Oct. 25

Unlawful Use of a Weapon — Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputies investigated reports of a gunshot near the intersection of Cherrybrook Drive and Elm Drive. The deputy met the victim who said he was arguing with his sister’s boyfriend. Suspect/boyfriend entered his home, retrieved a .40 caliber handgun, stepped outside and fired a shot into the air, the victim said. The deputy found the suspect who later said that he fired the gun. The deputy arrested the suspect and seized a .40 caliber handgun as evidence.

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