Category: Burglary

We all want less crime in Denver. According to a recent report, we might be doing something right. Denver’s Burglary: Forced Entry 2020 Crime Report was published at the end of January.

It includes details about where burglaries (or forced entries) took place, dates, and times. You can also view a full list of burglaries that took place within Denver.

The highlight of this report is that Denver is experiencing


One group is believed to be responsible for 127 burglaries in Colorado Springs. In this post, we’ll detail how the law might apply in their cases, what penalties they might face, and how a skilled attorney can help fight charges like these.


What We Know about the Colorado Springs Burglary Ring


A group of at least four suspects has been accused of committing over 127 burglaries between


If you have been charged with burglary in our state, you have some work to do. Burglary charges are felony offenses. Even a third degree burglary conviction can land you in jail for three years, and cause you to rack up fines as high as $100,000. If you want the best chance at receiving a positive outcome, you need to start building a strong defense.


How do you


When police respond to property crimes, the incident rarely ends in eight rounds of bullets being fired at the suspect. Unfortunately, that is exactly what happened recently when Fort Collins police responded to a burglary.


At 8 a.m. on January 21, police responded to a 911 call from a man claiming that a stranger had broken into his home and was stabbing his roommate. Officers claim that when


A burglary in Colorado Springs led to the arrest of six minors earlier this month.


Members of the Colorado Springs Police Department arrived to the Colorado Crossings Property at 1:30 A.M. on a Sunday morning and caught one 18-year-old and six minors as they were in the process of disassembling and removing stereo equipment. Even though the property has been vacated, there is 24-hour security, and witnesses discovered