A male teenager was arrested Nov. 1 on suspicion of burglary and attempting to ram into a Parker police car on Halloween night. The 14-year-old led authorities on a pursuit from Crowfoot Valley Road …
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A male teenager was arrested Nov. 1 on suspicion of burglary and attempting to ram into a Parker police car on Halloween night.
The 14-year-old led authorities on a pursuit from Crowfoot Valley Road to the Twenty Mile Road and Lincoln Avenue intersection in Parker the morning of Nov. 1, where he ultimately crashed and was arrested, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
The suspect was wanted in connection with a burglary in the Clarke Farms neighborhood and attempted assault of a peace officer the night of Oct. 31, according to tweets from the sheriff's office. Sheriff's office officials reported spotting the suspect the morning of Nov. 1 in Castle Rock and trying to stop him.
The teen then headed north on Crowfoot Valley Road, varying in speed from 50-70 mph, according to DCSO. The driver did not stop and deputies used a Stop Stick device to slow the fleeing vehicle, which then collided with a nearby car, authorities said. No one in either vehicle was injured.
The suspect got out and attempted to run, but was caught by deputies, DCSO said.
Parker Police temporarily closed parts of Lincoln Avenue, eastbound, Twenty Mile Road, southbound, near the Lincoln and Twenty Mile intersection, and Twenty Mile Road, northbound, at Lincoln Meadows Parkway.
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