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22286
Record ID
December 1, 2015
Incident Date
2:30:00 PM
Time
Stetson Hills -- Shift I
Division
Robbery
Title
1725 N. Union Blvd. (Walmart)
Location
A 44 year old male entered the Walmart store and concealed items among his clothes. He then attempted to swindle cash from a customer service clerk. He attempted to grab cash from the clerk and a struggle ensued. The suspect then yelled that he was going to shoot her. In fear of her life, the clerk relinquished the cash and the suspect fled in a car S/B on Union Blvd. He was soon apprehended at 600 N. Union Blvd. and charged with Robbery. The suspect was also found wanted for probation violation (motor vehicle theft), another warrant from Mesa County, and driving without a license. An EPSO deputy assisted in the felony traffic stop and apprehension of the suspect.
Summary
Wendell Jonas Hubbard, 44 YOA
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Black  -   444-3140
PD Contact
& Number


22285
Record ID
December 1, 2015
Incident Date
10:55:00 AM
Time
Investigations -- Shift I
Division
Robbery
Title
3204 W. Colorado Avenue
Location
On December 1st, 2015 at about 10:55AM, CSPD received a bank robbery call from Canon National Bank at 3204 W. Colorado Avenue. As Gold Hill officers and Robbery Unit detectives responded to the area, a description was aired of the suspect: a black male, 6 feet tall, 200 pounds, wearing a black jacket and sunglasses. After presenting a demand note, the suspect left the bank with an undisclosed amount of cash and was last seen walking out of the lobby, but his direction of travel after that was unknown.

As officers and detectives arrived in the area, a robbery investigator spotted a man a few blocks from the scene, who matched the suspect description. He ducked into a fenced yard and several officers quickly responded to set up a perimeter. A citizen flagged down an officer and said a man fitting the same description was seen running north on 34th Street, another block to the north. Officer Mark Sandoval was nearby and spotted the man as he tried to flee again. Officer Sandoval and other officers/detectives caught up with him in the 200 block of Yale Rd. and ordered him to the ground at gunpoint. He complied and was taken into custody without a struggle. The stolen money was recovered and the suspect was positively identified. He is 46 year-old Patrick Payton, from the Chicago, Illinois area. It is not known how long he has been in Colorado Springs. Detectives are looking into Payton's possible involvement in other similar holdups outside this jurisdiction.

Further investigation revealed Mr. Payton was on federal probation as of October, when he disappeared from Illinois. He was on probation following a stint in the federal prison system for multiple bank robberies in Illinois.
Summary
Payton, Patrick
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Buckley  -   444-7412
PD Contact
& Number


21283
Record ID
April 16, 2016
Incident Date
6:11:00 PM
Time
Falcon -- Shift II
Division
Cold Accident Reporting
Title
City Wide
Location
The Colorado Springs Police Department is on Accident Alert status as of April 16, 2015 at 6:11PM due to road conditions. Drivers are reminded if they are involved in a traffic accident with no fatality or injury requiring medical attention, no driver involved is suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and no damage to public property such as a street sign or utility pole has occurred, drivers should exchange information and follow the procedure for completing a counter (cold) report. Drivers can either pick up a traffic accident report form at any of the police department substations or they can go on line at Springsgov.com and go to the CSPD homepage/Forms & Documents/Counter Reporting. Drivers should also be reminded to take the appropriate steps to avoid being involved in a traffic accident during adverse weather and road conditions. Drivers should check road and travel conditions before heading out and leave more time to get to their destination. Drivers need to travel at a safe speed for the conditions and leave an increased and safe following distance from the vehicle in front of them. Drivers should use streets and roadways less hazardous in winter driving conditions. Drivers should use streets and roadways less hazardous in winter driving conditions. Drivers also need to remove snow and ice obstructing their vision and have adequate tires on their vehicles.
Summary
N/A
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Lux  -   444-7240
PD Contact
& Number


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