Weld Sheriff’s Office reminding residents to protect their homes, businesses ahead of holiday weekend
The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is asking residents to take extra steps to protect their homes andbusinesses, and to be vigilant of their surroundings as the New Year approaches.
Last weekend, the sheriff’s office saw another increase in property crime reports as local criminals took advantage of businesses that closed early and residents who left town to enjoy the four-day Christmas weekend.
Between Thursday, Dec. 24 and Tuesday, Dec. 29, deputies responded to four reports of vehicle theft, four commercial burglaries, three residential burglaries, eight reports of theft, four trespasses… More
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