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Pedestrian hits car

Officers contacted a man who reported his vehicle had been damaged by a pedestrian near the intersection of Pine Drive and Rodeo Circle around 5 p.m. June 15.

The man said he was driving down the street when an unknown white male, who was described as having tan skin, brown hair and an unshaven face, was observed walking in the street. The male was wearing tan shorts and a white T-shirt that said “Avaholic” on the front of it. He was also described as wearing a “big silver ring.”

The victim said as he drove past, the male reached out and punched the rear passenger window and either kicked or punched the rear passenger door, causing damage. Police are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect.

Naked man arrested

Around 6:50 p.m. June 15, officers were dispatched to the RTD parking lot on Longs Way regarding an alcohol violation.

Witnesses told officers that a 23-year-old male had been observed running around naked in the RTD parking lot several times and had also been observed drinking alcohol. When officers contacted the man, they detected the odor of alcohol. He was taken into custody for indecent exposure and violation of a restraining order and transported to the Douglas County jail where he was released.

Senior accused in push

About 8:45 a.m. June 17, the Parker Police Department responded to the King Soopers gas station at 12959 S. Parker Road on a report of an assault. 

The victim reported she had been pushed by a male while at the gas station. The male suspect put his hand on her shoulder and there was a verbal altercation about the way she had parked. A 66-year-old man was issued a summons for harassment.

Adults join kid fight

On June 22, the Parker police responded to the 23000 block of Cleveland Drive on a report of harassment. During the course of a child exchange, two adult males became involved in a verbal altercation and the suspect made threatening statements toward the victim. A 44-year-old man was cited for harassment.

Burglaries reported

The Parker Police Department responded to burglary calls at separate homes on June 24 and July 8.

A victim reported a burglary in the 10300 block of Severance Drive that occurred between June 16 and June 21. Various items were stolen from the home. Officers were dispatched two weeks later to the 21800 block of Silver Meadow Lane after a homeowner reported signs of an attempted burglary. The victim reported a window screen on his home had been bent and removed by someone on an unknown date and time. There were no suspects in either case.

Car stolen in daylight

At around 3:10 p.m. July 7, an officer responded to the 10300 block of Stoneflower Drive on a report of a stolen vehicle. 

The victim said he works for a dealership in Aurora and has been driving a 2013 Subaru Outback that belongs to the dealership. He parked the vehicle in his driveway in front of his house, locked the vehicle, and began working in the back yard at approximately 11 a.m. At around 3 p.m., he noticed the Subaru was gone. He was not aware of any reason the dealership would have taken the vehicle from his driveway.

Two weeks prior, just after he parked the Outback in the driveway, he saw a dark-colored Jeep Cherokee with the front doors removed, sitting in front of his house. The Jeep was occupied by an unknown male and female. In mid-June, he lost a set of keys to the Outback and they have not resurfaced. The keys went missing while he was visiting his son in Stonegate.

There was also a set of his house keys on the missing set of keys and he was concerned the missing set of keys was used to steal the vehicle and now the thieves know where he lives and have a key to his home. He plans on changing the locks to his house. There was no broken glass or signs of force used to enter or steal the vehicle. There were no suspects or leads and the case was deactivated.

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