Oct. 27, 2014
Compiled by Eleanor Skelton
Incidents on Campus
Three liquor violations in the dormitories in October.
Three arrests made for driving under the influence on or near campus in October.
Five total arrests made for marijuana possession on campus in October.
Oct. 8, between 10:13 a.m. and 5:51 p.m.
Campus police investigated in Summit Housing Village, “conducted case follow-up.” Officers “arrested Charles Robertson for retaliation against a witness or victim.”
Oct. 15, between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Parking Lot 224
Theft from motor vehicle reported.
Between Oct. 24, 11 p.m. and Oct. 25, 1:04 a.m.
Theft reported in Keystone House. Second degree burglary.
Incidents in Surrounding Area:
Oct. 25, 4:24 a.m.
2700 Maroon Bells Ave.
Criminal mischief was reported, “an unknown suspect was going through the neighborhood slashing vehicle tires.” KOAA reported Oct. 25 around 67 vehicles were involved.
Oct. 24, 5:11 p.m.
5410 N. Nevada Ave.
Violent domestic disturbance at Sunset Creek Apartments. Officers reported “the call indicated a female was screaming and being slammed against a wall.”
“Upon arrival, Officer Jelmo approached the apartment and heard a female screaming. He knocked loudly announcing ‘police’ and demanding that the occupants open the door. When he received no response he forced entry to stop the violence.
Once inside a female and child ran out of the apartment. Officer Jelmo confronted the male party inside, later identified as Kevin Eaves (20).
While the officer was attempting to place handcuffs on the suspect, a female, later identified as Kayla Rhuby, (19) entered the apartment behind the officer and demanded to see his ID. The officer was in full police uniform at the time. The officer ordered her to leave the apartment for his safety, as he was still making the arrest without any other officers on scene.
Ms. Rhuby refused to leave, continuing to demand the officer’s ID as he attempted to make the arrest, so the officer raised his hand to move her away for his safety. Ms. Rhuby slapped the officer’s arm as he reached for her. The officer, not knowing if Rhuby was going to continue her assault against him, grabbed Ms. Rhuby, pinning her against a wall while he tried to control his original prisoner. As other officers arrived, Ms. Rhuby was able to be handcuffed.
Numerous witnesses were in the hallway yelling at the officer when additional officers arrived. The situation was highly volatile but was defused without further use of force.
Eaves was booked into CJC for 3rd Degree Assault, Harassment, Child Abuse and Failure to Vacate Premises Upon Police Officer Demand. Rhuby was served and released for Obstruction of a Police Officer.”
Oct. 23, 8:23 p.m.
3858 Maizeland Rd.
Alarm and 911 call from victim alerted officers to robbery reported at Net Connection.
“When officers arrived they contacted two employees of the business who said they had been robbed at gun point. The employees said two males entered the business, one was armed with a handgun. While one male held the two employees at gun point, the other opened the register taking the cash. The suspects then ran to the east around the building. There were no customers in the business at the time of the robbery. There were no injuries.
Suspect 1 is an unknown race male 18-23 years of age, approximately 5’6” with a thin build. The suspect was wearing a black hoodie, dark blue or black jeans, grayish Chuck Taylor shoes, and a white clown mask.
Suspect 2 is described as a light skinned Hispanic male or white male approximately 6′ tall and 200 lbs. wearing a black hoodie, dark blue or black jeans, white tennis shoes, and a white bandana around his face. This suspect was bald and was armed per one of the victims.
Officers searched the area with a K9 Officer, but were not able to locate the suspects. The suspects took an undetermined amount of money from the register as well as one of the victim’s purse.”
Oct. 3, 11:53 p.m.
4300 Montebello Dr
Robbery reported at Montebello Gardens Apartments.
Arrested Dwight Sago, 43
“A female reported having her keys taken by force by an unknown suspect. A witness was able to identify an apartment that the suspect went into afterwards. Officers were able to contact the suspect in the apartment where he was taken into custody. Officers recovered items of evidence related to the robbery in the apartment.”