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Crime Briefs: Rye Area Maintenance Worked Chases off Two Males
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A maintenance worker chased off two males who had kicked in two doors at a camp, near Rye, that no one was using on May 16. Deputy S. Wolfe took the call and was told that the maintenance worker had gone to check out the camp and found the doors of two buildings kicked in. The worker decided to wait and see what happened and later confronted two men crawling over a gate into the property. The men raced off and got into a diesel pickup and fled. The brand-new doors were valued at $1000.

Also, in Rye, Deputy Wolfe investigated a call from a reporting party indicated a neighbor had keyed their car. The neighbor is seen on video footage leaning on the car but there were no definitive pictures that they caused the $1000 damage. There is a protection order held by the RP against that neighbor. Deputy Wolfe suggested involving the landlord and seeing if some kind of living arrangement could ease the growing tensions between the two individuals.

Deputy Jerad Velasquez responded to a theft from auto call in Beulah on May 15 at about 7:45 a.m. Upon arriving at the scene Deputy Velasquez spoke to the reporting party who indicated a hand gun had been stolen from the under-seat compartment in their unlocked vehicle.

A theft from an auto in Pueblo West on May 16 was caught on video. Deputy Jeffrey Alfonso responded to the call at about 9:30 a.m. The reporting party had a home surveillance system which showed a male walked up from the street into the driveway and opened the RPís truck and removed four items valued at $2250. The suspect had his face completely covered and was wearing gloves during the commission of the crime. The company that made the video was contacted with the possibility of enhancement being done to the video.

The gun had last been used by the RP for hunting. On the 14th the RP went out to get the gun to take it on a hike and it was gone. The RP looked all over the vehicle and the house before calling the gun in as stolen. The gun was entered into NCIC/CCIC and was valued at about $1200.

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