PUEBLO, Colo. — On Friday morning, police in Pueblo situated a suspect, who had three arrest warrants, in a automobile that had been concerned in a felony theft on Thursday.
At 3:20 a.m., officers with the Pueblo Police Division had been responding to a name with different officers after they noticed a automobile cross by that appeared like one which had been concerned in a felony theft from Thursday morning, in accordance with Capt. Tom Rummel.
Just a few officers acquired into their cruisers and began to seek for the suspect automobile, which they discovered at a close-by Walgreens. One officer stayed contained in the automobile and two others went inside.
The 2 that went inside noticed a feminine of unknown age carrying a bag, which she shortly tried to ditch as soon as she noticed the officers. Police stated the bag contained $180 worth of Walgreens make-up, in accordance with Rummel. The feminine stated she was planning on taking the bag.
The officers additionally discovered a person sleeping in a automobile exterior the Walgreens. After they woke him and realized who he was, they came upon he had three arrest warrants, Rummel stated.
The feminine had two warrants, however they did not qualify for reserving, so she was cited for theft from a service provider and a curfew violation.
The felony theft from Thanksgiving morning stays beneath investigation.