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Burglary Charges Dropped against Colorado Vet with Brain Injury

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Burglary

Burglary Charges Dropped against Colorado Vet with Brain Injury

The men and women who serve our country fight many battles overseas, but for a number of veterans, the fighting doesn’t stop when they step off the battlefield. Vets may experience PTSD, injuries from combat, or mental illnesses that follow … Continue reading

Dissolution of Impact Unit Could Lead to More Property Crimes

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Burglary | Robbery | Theft Crimes

Dissolution of Impact Unit Could Lead to More Property Crimes

The Colorado Springs Police Department used to have an Impact Unit that worked to handle property crimes. They were very effective, too. Between January and mid-September of this year, the Impact Unit recovered $1 million worth of stolen vehicles, $52,000 … Continue reading

What’s the Difference Between Theft and Burglary in Our State?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Burglary | Theft Crimes

What’s the Difference Between Theft and Burglary in Our State?

If you steal, you could be charged with theft. If you steal, you could be charged with burglary. What’s the difference? First off, both charges are very serious. Both burglaries and thefts of over $1,000 are considered felony offenses. The … Continue reading

7 Different Types of Property Crimes in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Arson | Burglary | Criminal Mischief | Property Crimes | Robbery | Trespassing

7 Different Types of Property Crimes in Colorado

The term “property crimes” may refer to a broad range of offenses relating to theft or destruction of property, from low-level misdemeanors to more serious felonies. Under Colorado law, property crimes are penalized harshly, and consequences may become more serious … Continue reading

Colorado Law Enforcement Ups Anti-Burglary Efforts for the Summer

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Category: Burglary | Residential Burglary

Colorado Law Enforcement Ups Anti-Burglary Efforts for the Summer

When the weather is warm and the summer is in full swing in Colorado, residential burglary rates tend to surge. In part, this may be because residents are more likely to leave windows and doors open, making it easier for … Continue reading

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