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23504
Record ID
November 3, 2016
Incident Date
1:15:00 AM
Time
Gold Hill -- Shift III
Division
Burglary
Title
1700 S. Nevada Ave
Location
Four Hispanic male suspects forced themselves into the victim's hotel room and quickly discovered they were attempting to rob the wrong family. Once they realized their mistake, the suspects had the victims wait in the bathroom and the suspects fled in an older model, red pick up truck. One suspect had a handgun during this incident. Victims did not recognize any of the suspects.
Summary
none
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Buzzell  -   385-2125
PD Contact
& Number


23503
Record ID
November 2, 2016
Incident Date
7:56:00 PM
Time
Sand Creek -- Shift II
Division
Assault
Title
700 block of Chapman Dr.
Location
On Wednesday, 11-02-16 at approximately 1956 hours, a call for service was received regarding a possible shooting victim in the 700 block of Chapman Dr., in the Pine Creek Village Apartments. Additional calls for service were received regarding shots fired in that area. A 31-year-old victim was located inside an apartment. It was determined he had been assaulted with a bat, a knife and a gun by three male suspects, two of whom were familiar to him. The suspects fired shots, but the victim was not hit.

The victim suffered several non-life-threatening injuries to his person. As of this time, one juvenile male suspect and one adult male suspect have been identified. None of the suspects have been arrested.
Summary
None
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Velasquez  -   444-7270
PD Contact
& Number


23501
Record ID
November 2, 2016
Incident Date
12:00:00 PM
Time
Professional Standards -- Shift I
Division
Other
Title
UCCS
Location
DRIVE SMART COLORADO, a community traffic safety education program based in Colorado Springs since 1989, is pleased to announce that The Allstate Foundation has awarded them a $20,000.00 grant to purchase a new SIDNE (Simulated Impaired Driving Experience) Vehicle. DRIVE SMART COLORADO currently works in 10 Colorado counties educating the public on a variety of traffic safety issues such as: the importance of wearing seat belts, car seat education, distracted and impaired driving, safe teen driving and older driver issues. The SIDNE is a “go-cart” type vehicle that addresses the misuse and abuse of alcohol and other drugs and the dangers of distracted driving. This interactive, educational tool shows the driver, in a safe environment, how it “feels to drive impaired or distracted by a cell phone”.

Facts from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT):
• Each year in Colorado, more than 26,000 people are arrested for DUI
• Over 150 people are killed in alcohol-related traffic crashes—representing more than one-third of all traffic fatalities in Colorado.
• Distracted driving is dangerous. Distraction from cell phone use while driving (hand held or hands free) delays a driver's reactions as much as having a blood alcohol concentration at the legal limit of .08 percent. 80 percent of crashes are related to driver inattention.
• Research shows that the worst offenders are the youngest and least experienced drivers: men and women under 20 years of age.
DRIVE SMART COLORADO will be partnering with The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) Police Department to get this important message out to the public. The UCCS Police Department will be taking this interactive educational tool around to local area high schools during the 28th Annual DRIVE SMART High School Traffic Safety Challenge as well as to other local Colleges and military installations in the Pikes Peak Region.

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, located on Austin Bluffs Parkway in Colorado Springs, is one of the fastest-growing universities in Colorado. The university offers 45 bachelors, 22 masters and five doctoral degree programs. UCCS enrolls about 12,000 students on campus annually and another 3,300 in online programs. For more information, visit www.uccs.edu.
The Allstate Foundation funding provided the ability for DRIVE SMART COLORADO to update this key element to its arsenal of traffic safety educational tools, and especially in the prevention of impaired and distracted driving.
Established in 1952, The Allstate Foundation is an independent, charitable organization made possible by subsidiaries of The Allstate Corporation. Through partnerships with nonprofit organizations across the country, The Allstate Foundation brings the relationships, reputation and resources of Allstate to support innovative and lasting solutions that enhance people's well-being and prosperity. With a focus on teen safe driving and building financial independence for domestic violence survivors, The Allstate Foundation also promotes safe and vital communities; tolerance, inclusion, and diversity; and economic empowerment. Over the last 60 years, the Foundation has contributed nearly $300 million to organizations and projects in communities throughout the nation. For more information, visit www.allstatefoundation.org.

Traffic fatalities are preventable and with the support from the Allstate Foundation, DRIVE SMART COLORADO will continue its mission to reduce traffic-related injuries and deaths through community education.

DRIVE SMART Colorado is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization founded in 1989 to provide safety education programs to increase the use of vehicle safety belts, substance-free driving, distraction-free driving and the proper use of child safety restraints in motor vehicles. DRIVE SMART Colorado also assists rural communities to support these goals in 10 counties across eastern and southern Colorado. Reducing traffic crashes and deaths through education.
Summary
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Black  -   444-7412
PD Contact
& Number


23500
Record ID
November 2, 2016
Incident Date
7:00:00 AM
Time
Falcon -- Shift I
Division
Other
Title
Memorial Hospital
Location
Guard Duty Quintana TRANSPORTED 11/2/16 @ 1300HRS GUARD DUTY CANCELLED. G4S NOTIFIED

On 11/2/16 patrol officers were dispatched to Memorial Central hospital in reference to a party with a gunshot wound who had been dropped off. The party was later identified as Claudio Aragon Quintana III, a records check found Mr. Quintana was wanted by this department on Felony charges. It is unknown how long Mr. Quintana will be required to stay at Memorial Hospital so a guard duty rotation has been set up for the first five days.
Per the policy the arresting division will cover the first 48 hours.

All shift changes will start at the following times:
0700
1500
2300
Wednesday November 2
• Sand Creek
o Days-17 scheduled (minimums 14) Division will Guard
o Swings- 21 Scheduled (minimums 16) Division will Guard
o Midnights- 11 Scheduled (minimums 9 ) Division will Guard
Thursday November 3
• Sand Creek
o Days-19 scheduled (minimums 14) Division will Guard
o Swings- 18 Scheduled (minimums 14) Division will Guard
Gold Hills will take over
o Midnights-7 scheduled (minimums 7) G4S will Guard
Friday November 4
• Gold Hills
o Days- 14 scheduled (minimums 12) Division will Guard
o Swings- 16 Scheduled (minimums 11) Division will Guard

Falcon will take over

o Midnights- 7 scheduled (minimums 5 ) Division will Guard

Saturday November 5
Falcon
o Days-7 scheduled (minimums 7) G4S will guard
o Swings-3 scheduled (minimums 6) G4S will guard
Stetson Hills will take over
o Midnights- 4 scheduled (minimums 6) G4S will guard

Sunday November 6
• Stetson Hills
o Days-10 scheduled (minimums 6) Division will Guard
o Swings- 6 Scheduled (minimums 11) G4S will guard


If the guard duty extends beyond the above schedule, the duty lieutenant will need to establish a new guard duty rotation. If the guard duty is terminated early then the duty lieutenant will need to notify the affected divisions and G4S security. If there are changes to the above scheduled staffing numbers (i.e. sick call offs etc.) and they fall below minimum staffing levels the duty lieutenant will be notified so they can make arrangements with G4S security.
Summary
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Lux  -   444-7240
PD Contact
& Number


23499
Record ID
November 2, 2016
Incident Date
7:26:00 AM
Time
Sand Creek -- Shift I
Division
Traffic Crash
Title
Platte Ave & Circle Dr
Location
On November 2, 2016, at 7:26 hours, Colorado Springs Fire Department Engine #8 was responding with lights & siren to a fire alarm at the Citadel Mall. The fire truck was northbound on Circle Drive at the intersection of Platte Avenue. The fire truck was making a right turn onto eastbound Platte Avenue from the northbound right through lane of Circle Drive. The fire truck was struck on the right rear side by the front end of a 2008 blue Ford Focus which had been stopped in the right turn lane of northbound north Circle Drive for eastbound Platte Avenue. When the light turned green, the Ford Focus pulled forward and struck the fire truck as it was making the right turn. No injuries were reported. The fire truck sustained minor damage. The Ford Focus sustained moderate front end damage and was towed from the scene. The single occupant of the Ford Focus was cited for Failing to Yield the Right-of-Way to an Emergency Vehicle, License for Drivers Required and Compulsory Insurance.
Summary
Amanda Mozingo, 27 yrs
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Feese  -   444-7270
PD Contact
& Number


23496
Record ID
November 1, 2016
Incident Date
8:58:00 AM
Time
Gold Hill -- Shift I
Division
Suspicious Circumstances
Title
120 South Weber St.
Location
At approximately 8:58AM officers responded to the Grey Hound bus depot,located at 120 South Weber St.,in reference to a possible explosive device. Upon arrival officers located what appeared to be a homemade explosive device in the parking lot. CSPD EOD responded and subsequently rendered the device safe.
Summary
None
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Rosenoff  -   385-2125
PD Contact
& Number


23495
Record ID
October 31, 2016
Incident Date
11:15:00 PM
Time
Gold Hill -- Shift III
Division
Assault
Title
1600 East Pikes Peak
Location
At the above date and time a call for service was received regarding shots fired in the 1600 block of East Pikes Peak. A vehicle was seen speeding northbound. An officer attempted to stop that vehicle which failed to yield.

Officers checked the area and made contact with a victim. This victim’s vehicle had been struck with what appears to have been a stray bullet. An occupant of the vehicle suffered minor injuries to his hand.

A short time later the first vehicle, which had failed to stop for officers, dropped a second victim off at the entrance to a local hospital. The second victim was suffering from a single gunshot wound to the leg. The subject was treated for non-life threatening injuries.
Summary
none
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Buzzell  -   385-2125
PD Contact
& Number


23492
Record ID
October 31, 2016
Incident Date
6:13:00 PM
Time
Sand Creek -- Shift II
Division
Robbery
Title
3107 S. Academy Blvd.
Location
Just after 6PM, on Monday, October 31st, a single black male wearing a grey hoodie entered the parcel and rental truck business, 3107 S. Academy Blvd., and demanded money at gunpoint from the male worker. Cash only was taken from the business. The robber left in an unknown direction with an undisclosed amount of money. Officers followed possible leads, but, as of this writing, no contact has been made with the suspect.
Summary
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Velasquez  -   444-7270
PD Contact
& Number


23491
Record ID
October 31, 2016
Incident Date
1:09:00 AM
Time
Sand Creek -- Shift II
Division
Traffic Crash
Title
Moonbeam Drive and Starlight Circle
Location
On the above date and time, Officers were dispatched to the intersection of Moonbeam Drive and Starlight Circle to investigate what was reported to be a vehicle vs. house traffic accident. Investigation reveal the vehicle struck a parked vehicle and a utility box before driving through a fence and coming to rest next to a house. The driver of the vehicle fled the scene on foot prior to Officers' arrival.
Summary
n/a
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Velasquez  -   444-7270
PD Contact
& Number


23490
Record ID
October 29, 2016
Incident Date
11:00:00 PM
Time
Stetson Hills -- Shift III
Division
Robbery
Title
1100 N. Academy Bl.
Location
On 10/29/2016 at approximately 2303 hours, officers from the Stetson Hills Division were dispatched to the above location to investigate a reported robbery with a weapon. The investigation revealed two unknown suspects entered the victim business and demanded money. One of the two suspects brandished a handgun during the robbery. The suspects are described as possibly being one male and one female, both wearing hooded sweatshirts and masks. They fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of money.
Summary
Adults
Arrested
Lt. Buckley  -   444-3140
PD Contact
& Number


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