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Courts/Crime

  • Page's preliminary hearing continued

    The preliminary hearing for Sharrieckia Trinette Page was continued to June 7.

    She's been charged in the presumed death of her son. His body has not been found. Commerce City police are searching a landfill near the Aurora Reservoir for a body but won't say which case prompted that search.

    Page's 7-month-old son was reported missing from an apartment complex on Olive Street in late March. The body was reportedly thrown in a Dumpster.

  • Ex-AdCo public works employee pleads guilty to theft charge

    BRIGHTON -- There's been another guilty plea in the ongoing controversy surrounding Quality Paving and its business dealings with Adams County.

    This time, it's former Adams County public works employee Samuel Gomez. He plead guilty to two counts of felony theft. His sentencing is at 9 a.m., June 21, in Adams County District Court.

  • Henderson man arrested, CSP trooper injured after chase on Western Slope

            GLENWOOD SPRINGS – A high-speed chase in western Colorado Sunday morning left a Henderson man in jail and a Colorado State patrol trooper with a minor injury.

    The suspect is 21-year-old Igor Skorev, who also was injured. He could face reckless driving and eluding charges. No formal case had been filed as of Monday morning. The trooper is Joshua Yoder.

  • Police need help to solve restaurant robbery

         COMMERCE CITY – Commerce City police need help solving a robbery at the Chipotle Restaurant.
         It happened around 9:15 p.m., March 19. The restaurant is at 5988 Dahlia St.
         Detective Christian Rasmussen said two men walked into the business around closing time. Both of their faces were covered, and both were armed with handguns.

  • Sheriff's deputies stepping up DUI patrols this weekend

    Adams County sheriff's deputies are among several law enforcement agencies participating in a "Satcha-Point" DUI enforcement program for St. Patrick's Day this weekend.

  • Trujillo charged in death of grandson

        BRIGHTON – A Commerce City woman faces first-degree murder and second-degree child abuse resulting in death charges in connection with the death of her grandson.

  • Items stolen from home job site

        Thieves stole about $800 worth of construction items from a Richmond Homes construction site in Brighton last week.
        A project superintendent told police the items were taken sometime between 6 p.m., Nov. 11 and 2 p.m., Nov. 16. The items included 40 sheets of plywood and five 3x5 windows.
        There are no suspects or leads in the theft.

  • Woman reports noises at front door

        An 84-year-old woman told police that she heard someone trying to open the front screen door of her home in the 500 block of Egbert Street about 3 a.m., Nov. 16.
        The woman called her daughter, who then called police. The daughter told police it’s not the first time her mother has reported suspicious activity. Earlier this summer, the elderly woman reported flashlights shining in through her bedroom window.
        The department’s senior liaison officer was contacted to talk with the woman.

  • Off-duty police officer pulls weapon after traffic altercation

        An off-duty Commerce City police officer told Brighton police that he pulled his off-duty weapon on another man, following a Nov. 6 traffic altercation.
        According to a police report. The 29-year-old officer, a Brighton resident, told police that the incident started about 8 p.m. as he was headed east on Bridge Street, near 27th Avenue.

  • Two police departments seek suspicious man

    COMMERCE CITY – Police in Commerce City and Northglenn need help finding a man who may have been trying to lure school-aged children into his car.