On Nov. 6, about 7:04 a.m., Deputy Benson was dispatched to the residence located at 6087 South Walden Court regarding a report of a criminal …
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On Nov. 6, about 7:04 a.m., Deputy Benson was dispatched to the
residence located at 6087 South Walden Court regarding a report of
a criminal mischief to motor vehicles.
On scene, Deputy Benson observed that several vehicles parked in
driveways and the streets of the Creekside at the Farms
Neighborhood had tires slashed. Deputies began fielding multiple
reports of tires slashed in an area generally confined to East
Orchard Road to the north, South Tower Road to the east, and the
Piney Creek to the south and west of the area; extending to about
the 18000 block to the west.
At this time an estimated 50 vehicles had some or all of their
tires slashed. Some victims own multiple cars that were damaged.
The Belles and Beaus child care facility, located at 6150 South
Tower Road was victimized by significant damage to two buses.
Two victims reported seeing juveniles in the area between the
hours of 1 a.m. and 3 a.m.. on Nov. 6. The juveniles were not
observed tampering with vehicles. Two vehicles associated with the
juveniles were described as a black SUV and a silver Saab. The
crimes scenes are currently being processed for evidence.
Anyone with information regarding the criminal behavior and the
identities of those responsible for the damage to private property
are asked to contact the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office at
303-795-4711. A cash reward will be provided for information
leading to the arrest of those responsible for the criminal
For additional information, contact Sheriff Grayson Robinson at
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