A Longmont police officer fired a shot Monday at a suspect in a stolen automobile who backed the SUV at officers who scrambled for security, in response to a information launch.
The stolen-vehicle suspect was not hit by the gunfire and no officers had been injured within the incident, police mentioned.
At about 11:30 a.m., police obtained the primary of three calls a couple of man coming into garages and making an attempt to entry autos in: the 800 block of Grey Road; within the 900 block of Bross Road; and at 10th Avenue and Warren Courtroom.
Three Longmont officers had been investigating the experiences when a resident alerted them a couple of man coming into her storage within the rear of her property within the 800 block of Bross Road.
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Officers had been strolling down a protracted, slender driveway when the suspect, in a Chevrolet Suburban, backed down the driveway, forcing officers to scramble for canopy, the discharge mentioned. One officer fired one shot.
The stolen automobile was pursued to the 1200 block of Spruce Avenue the place the suspect was taken into custody.
The suspect, a 30-year-old man, was wished as a “parole escapee,” police mentioned. His identification was not launched. The officer who fired his service weapon, additionally not recognized, was positioned on administrative depart, per coverage, pending an exterior investigation.