23 crimes in one part of Denver over eleven days: See where they happened

Categories: Colorado Crimes

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Most of us tend to hear about major crimes in Denver. But what about the lower-profile offenses, such as robberies, burglaries and assaults? A website called RAIDS Online tracks them in a number of Colorado cities, including Denver -- and there are plenty of them. We looked at the quadrant of Denver that encompasses Westword's offices at 10th and Broadway and found listings for 23 crimes in just eleven days, from April 2 to April 13. What happened and where? Let us show you.

As you can see from the RAIDS Online screen capture below, the area we chose to examine is bordered by Colfax on the north, Kalamath to the east, 8th Avenue to the south and Downing to the east.

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Below, we've paired RAIDS Online data about all 23 incidents, including time, date, crime and approximate address, with interactive graphics captured near each scene. If you have problems seeing the images, click "View Larger Map."

Number 23:


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Crime: burglary-residence-no-force
Location Type: lincoln-park
Date: 04-10-2014
Time: 11:29 AM
Public Address: 13XX N KALAMATH ST

Number 22:


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Crime: assault-dv
Location Type: lincoln-park
Date: 04-05-2014
Time: 12:45 AM
Public Address: 9XX W 13TH AVE

Number 21:


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Crime: theft-of-motor-vehicle
Location Type: lincoln-park
Date: 04-11-2014
Time: 6:59 PM
Public Address: 10XX BLOCK N INCA ST

Number 20:


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Crime: burglary-residence-no-force
Location Type: lincoln-park
Date: 04-10-2014
Time: 9:59 PM
Public Address: 8XX N GALAPAGO ST

Continue for more about the 23 crimes that took place in one part of Denver over eleven days.



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Robin Shaw
Robin Shaw

I'm sure not one theft resulted in an arrest. My BF's car was stolen from in front of my house. A month later, he got a postcard from the DPD letting him know his case was NOT assigned to an investigator and to NOT contact them unless he could provide further information to help solve the crime. Unreal! And our governor wants to hire hundreds of cops for the sole purpose of busting high drivers??? WTH?

Bryan Clark
Bryan Clark

more citizens need to arm themselves, get training and put a stop to this

Scott Ingalsbe
Scott Ingalsbe

Broke pot heads looking for quick cash to get their next fix.

seanmilano
seanmilano

People assume its so safe here because the murder rate is lower than Detroit's.  In reality the quality of life crimes are more common and more prevalent than in NYC. Why?  Because Colorado has become a mecca for bums, drug dealers, and petty criminals thanks to lax enforcement, naive sentences, and institutions badly in need of updating and more personnel. 



John McLaughlin
John McLaughlin

That's because the cops are too busy giving out DUIs to solve any real crimes. But DUI laws save lives, right? (Sarcasm)

Darryl Coffelt
Darryl Coffelt

How about the crooked cops that break the law EVERYDAY?

Bill Knox
Bill Knox

Holy Cow, I live 2Blks from y'all, so... yeah :\

3vilmonkey
3vilmonkey

Uhoh.. looks like we've got an angry drunk-driver..

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