LOUISVILLE, Colo. (CBS4) – Louisville police have arrested two males who’re accused of firebombing one of many division’s SUVs. It occurred on July 25 on the Grand View at Flatirons flats, the place the police had investigated and arrested Derrick Allison days earlier on July 14.
That SUV was a complete loss, at a worth of about $70,000 together with all of the gear.
On Aug. 3, police have been again at these flats at a dumpster hearth.
Then on Aug. 4, police once more arrested Allison on a lot of costs together with arson and witness intimidation. Additionally they arrested Johnny Holden for arson.
Boulder County District Lawyer Michael Dougherty spoke concerning the arrests on Monday morning.
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“The act of setting a police automotive on hearth says a lot about what they have been doing not solely to the police, however the neighborhood as a complete, and the affect that they’d on the folks of the Grand View flats,” Dougherty stated.
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