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BRIGHTON – Police arrested two men who they believe attempted to break into several cars in the Platte River Ranch neighborhood early Thursday morning. Lawrence Davis, …
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BRIGHTON – Police arrested two men who they believe attempted to break into several cars in the Platte River Ranch neighborhood early Thursday morning.
Lawrence Davis, 26, and Bryant Ruff, 20, of Brighton, were in the Adams County Detention Facility as of late last week on suspicion of several counts of first-degree criminal trespass, conspiracy and theft.
According to a department press release, a Brighton police officer was called to the 1100 block of Cardinal Circle about 5:30 a.m. on a report of a vehicle break-in. The officer noticed two sets of footprints in the snow that appeared to belong to the suspects. He and another officer tracked the footprints and thought the suspects may have tried to enter quite a few cars in the Platte River Ranch area.
Officers followed the footprints through the parking lots of several of the motels on Brighton Road, which eventually led them to Davis and Ruff at the McDonald’s at U.S. Highway 85 and Bromley Lane.
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