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Crime Briefs: Property Crimes Plentiful in Pueblo County
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On June 8 at about 1 p.m. Deputy Randy Clemeti was sent to the Avondale area in regard to a theft. The reporting party indicated an unknown person broke the hasp of a lock of an out building and took several items valued at $506. Incident was recorded.

Deputy Melinda Solano-Gifford was sent to an 81001 rural area on June 8, at about 8:45 a.m. in reference to a theft from auto. Upon arrival there were two vehicles being cleaned. Both had broken windows. Damage to the vehicles was estimated at $400 by the reporting party. A registration and a pair of fleet gas cards were missing from the vehicles.

No evidence was found at the scene. There were no cameras in the area.

Deputy Mike Gallardo took a theft from auto report on June 4 at about 1:30 p.m. in Pueblo West. The reporting party indicated the contents of a bag on the rear floorboard of his truck had been taken. Stolen were two handguns and a camera. The three were valued at about $3,000. The RP indicated the items had been taken some time since May 5 at 4 p.m. The vehicle was not locked because the battery was dead and so the locking system did not work.

On May 26 at approximately 10 a.m. Deputy Melinda Solano-Gifford was dispatched to a Pueblo West residence in reference to a stolen vehicle. The reporting party indicated that they noticed their vehicle missing from the driveway at about 9:30 a.m. The vehicle had been in the driveway at 9:30 p.m. the night before.

The person who drove the vehicle in the evening laid the keys on a counter in the home. A neighbor saw the vehicle leaving the residence at about 4 a.m. A neighbor next door, who had a vehicle parked next to the missing vehicle had their window broken out of their vehicle. The missing vehicle was entered into NCIC/CCIC as a stolen vehicle.

On the same date at about 11:30 a.m. in Pueblo West, Deputy Lawrence Finn was dispatched on the report of criminal mischief. The reporting party indicated that when returning from a camping trip they noticed the back window of a vehicle at the residence had been broken out.

There was a hole on the upper left corner of the window that may have come from a pellet gun. A security camera on the property was unable to assist in when the incident happened. The damage to the window was estimated at $500

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