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Last Updated November 24, 2014
Fort Collins Police Services is investigating a report of a Robbery which was received this morning at 7:26 am. The incident took place near campus. For more information visit fcgov.com/police/news.php?id=5654.
Fort Collins Police Services is investigating two additional incidents which may be related to the series of physical assaults perpetrated against women off campus, in Fort Collins and unincorporated Larimer County in the past several months. http://www.fcgov.com/news/?id=5632
Larimer County’s Department of Public Health and Environment is working closely with local medical providers to be prepared if an Ebola infection is diagnosed locally. The organizations are coordinating their activities and sharing preparedness plans through the Larimer County Emergency Health Care Coalition, a broad-based coalition that includes representatives from local hospitals, clinics, public health, emergency medical services, and other health care-related agencies. This coalition also includes Colorado State University health professionals.
For more information from Larimer County Department of Public Health and Environment about Ebola preparation: www.co.larimer.co.us/news/newsDetail.cfm?id=2630
Information about Ebola: www.co.larimer.co.us/health/cd/Ebola_Information_10-13-2014.pdf
Larimer County Sheriff’s Office is warning of a Hispanic male who they believe is responsible for assaulting several women in and near Fort Collins. http://www.larimer.org/news/newsDetail.cfm?id=2624
Fort Collins Police Services is warning of a male making unwanted advances and assaulting women in the community in the last several weeks. The incidents have occurred off campus, in the areas near or between Shields Street and Taft Hill Road and West Prospect and West Drake Roads and occur in the early to late evening hours.
On Tuesday, September 16 at 3:20 p.m., Fort Collins and Colorado State University Police Department dispatch received multiple calls from females reporting a male who was in the area of Laurel Street directly north of the CSU campus who was making them uncomfortable by asking sexually explicit and inappropriate questions. Witness accounts vary widely, however the suspect has been described as a dark skinned male, mid to late 20s, 6 feet tall or taller and thin. He spoke with a Middle Eastern accent. He was described as wearing a plaid or checkered short sleeve shirt and jeans or shorts. His vehicle was described as a tan or silver older model car. The suspect was last seen entering Spruce Hall on the CSU campus at 4 p.m.
Anyone with information should call CSUPD at 970-491-6425.
Fort Collins Police are investigating a series of incidents involving reports of a male who is window-peeping and burglarizing several residences in Fort Collins. These incidents have occurred in the western portion of Fort Collins and include an area from Mason Street on the east, to Taft Hill Road on the west, and from Prospect Road on the south to Mulberry Road on the north. For more information, visit www.fcgov.com/police/news.php?id=5553.
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