Domestic violence, theft and drug overdoses in crime report

April 20, 2015

Compiled by Eleanor Skelton
eskelton@uccs.edu

Incidents on Campus

One report of domestic violence at Summit Housing Village, one fraud report in Sunset Creek parking lots, one liquor violation in Shavano House, arrested Chase Nelson for underage consumption.

April 16, 10:15 a.m. to 10:48 a.m.
Eldora Hall

Officer responded to disturbance at Eldora Hall, arrested Violetta Gijon for Domestic Violence, 3rd Degree Assault, harassment and theft.

Incidents in Surrounding Area:

April 17, 4:56 a.m.
6300 Barnes Rd
“Officers were dispatched […] in regards to a door to a business that was forced open. Officers arrived on scene and found glass on the exterior door had been broken and a second door had been forced open. Officers contacted 18 year old Travis Denham inside the business and took him into custody without incident. A K9 search of the building was negative for any other suspects. Arrested Travis Denham.”

April 16, 10:39 a.m.
5800 Stetson Hills Blvd.

“Officer David Nelson was dispatched to a parking lot […] on the report of an 18 year old female who was in apparent cardiac arrest and not breathing due to a possible overdose. Officer Nelson arrived prior to EMS units, discovering that the victim, was not breathing, had turned gray, and her companion was ineffectively trying to perform CPR. Officer Nelson took over CPR, repositioning the victim’s head to open her airway and started compressions. Just under one minute later, Officer Cassandra Martin arrived and reported that the patient now had a pulse was breathing shallowly. Ultimately, it was determined that the patient had overdosed on heroin. She was transported by paramedics to St. Francis Hospital where she was ultimately treated and released.”

Call campus police at 255-3111 or CSPD at 444-7000.