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Arresting Agency Case #

130001829

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Arrest Information
Location of Arrest: Location of Offense: Date of Arrest: Date of Offense:
17TH AV/MAIN ST 17TH AVENUE/MAIN STREET

03/06/2013 03/06/2013

Time of Arrest: 2230 Time of Offense: 2220

Associated Vehicle Information


Year: Impounded? Make: Yes No
X

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VIN#:

Impounded By: (agency/officer):

Arrestee Vehicle Location or Towing Company: License State: Damage/Condition: License Type: License Number: Exp. Date:

Victim Information
Is this a Domestic Violence related arrest?: Yes No
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Does any victim wish to be notified upon arrestee's release?: If yes, provide the following information: (Victim PIN# If Known): Name: DOB: Address: Phone # Home: Are there any additional victim notifications: Name: DOB: Address: Phone # Home: Are there any additional victim notifications: Work: Yes No Sex: Work: Yes No Sex:

Yes

No

Victim (1) PIN#: Race: City: Other: If yes, please provide: Victim (1) PIN#: Race: City: Other: If yes, please provide: State: State:

Arresting Agency Case #

130001829

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Charges
Statute # 18-3-106(1)(A) Charge Level: Warrant #/Dkt #: Statute # 18-3-205(1)(A) Charge Level: Warrant #/Dkt #: Statute # 17-2-103(1)(D) Charge Level: Warrant #/Dkt #:
F F F

Charge (Literal):
4

VEH HOMICIDE-DRIVING RECKLESSLY Longmont Police Department

Counts: Bond: $0

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5 VEH ASSAULT-OPERATES MV RECKLESSLY Longmont Police Department

Counts: Bond: $0

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6 PAROLE VIOLATION

Counts: Bond: $0

Class:
84828C

Jurisdiction: Summons #: Charge (Literal):


VEH ASSAULT-OPERATES MV RECKLESSLY Longmont Police Department

Statute # 18-3-205(1)(A) Charge Level: Warrant #/Dkt #: Statute # 42-2-138(1)(D) Charge Level: Warrant #/Dkt #: Statute # 42-4-1409(1) Charge Level: Warrant #/Dkt #: Statute # 42-4-1401(1) Charge Level: Warrant #/Dkt #: Statute # 18-9-116.5 Charge Level: Warrant #/Dkt #: Statute # 42-4-1301(1)(A) Charge Level: Warrant #/Dkt #:
T F T T T F

Counts: Bond: $0

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T UNDER RESTRAINT-EXPRESSED CONSENT Longmont Police Department

Counts: Bond: $0

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T OPER OF A VEH NOT PROPERLY INSURED Longmont Police Department

Counts: Bond: $0

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T RECKLESS DRIVING Longmont Police Department

Counts: Bond: $0

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5 VEHICULAR ELUDING Longmont Police Department

Counts: Bond: $0

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T DROVE VEH UNDER THE INFLUENCE Longmont Police Department

Counts: Bond: $0

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Arresting Agency Case #

130001829

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Narrative
In accordance with State Law the County Attorney's Office has determined that juvenile names cannot be released to the public. Will you mention a Juvenile Name: Yes
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No

Narrative Author: CAIRNS,BRENT (0813 - 3/7/2013) INITIAL INFORMATION: On Wednesday, March 06, 2013 about 2220 hours, I, Ofc. Cairns heard Ofc. Herrera attempt to make a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of 10th Ave. and Collyer St. The vehicle was failing to yield.

INVESTIGATION: I was near 17th Ave. and Pace St. when Ofc. Herrera aired the vehicle was not stopping. He was in the area of 17th and Collyer St. going northbound. I then heard the vehicle was eastbound on 19th Ave. at Atwood St. Ofc. Herrera had stopped trying to conduct the traffic stop. Ofc. Herrera then aired the vehicle must have doubled back and was now eastbound on 17th Ave. in the wrong lanes of travel approaching Main St. Ofc. Deal corrected Ofc. Herrera stating westbound, and Ofc. Herrera confirmed westbound. A moment later Ofc. Herrera stated the vehicle had collided with another vehicle in the intersection. At this time, I was westbound 17th Ave. near Meadow St. and could see flashing Police vehicle lights ahead of me. I continued to the intersection of 17th Ave. and Main St. I parked my marked patrol vehicle on the east side of Main St. blocking westbound traffic. I noticed one vehicle on the northwest corner of the intersection and one on the west side of the intersection near the center of 17th Ave. I immediately went to the vehicle located at the northwest corner. Ofc. Deal and Ofc. Johnston were attempting to get the driver out of the vehicle. The driver appeard to be partially in the back seat. Ofc. Deal was at the back door and Ofc. Johnston was at the front door. Ofc. Deal was lifting up the driver's head and Ofc. Johnston and I pulled the driver out onto the ground. Ofc. Johnston began CPR. I then went to the other vehicle, and heard Ofc. Hererra instructing the driver, later identified as ARR-Pablo Bustillos (Bustillos), to exit the vehicle. Bustillos unbuckled his seatbelt, exited the vehicle and layed flat, facedown on the ground. Bustillos was handcuffed utilizing two pair of handcuffs. I noticed a female in the front seat on the passenger side, who appeared to be stuck as she was partially under the dashboard and most of the way off the seat. I walked around to the passenger side of the vehicle to talk to her. She kept asking for help, and asked that I move the seat back. I informed her the fire department was on their way and would help her. I noticed a female in the back seat, sitting in the middle. I could see blood on her face, and she appeared to be unconscious. I shook her, touching her right shoulder. She opened her eyes, and looked at me with a blank stare. Medical arrived and began to look at the two female passengers. I walked back around to the driver's side. Sgt. Buchholtz informed me I needed to stay with Bustillos, and go to Longmont United Hospital (LUH)when he is transported. Medical Personnel advised I needed to keep Bustillos talking. I told Bustillos this and stated he should just keep talking about anything. Bustillos told me the following. He was not working. He did not stop for the officer because he had a warrant for parole violation. He had gone to prision for selling drugs here in Longmont. I asked if he was selling drugs now. Bustillos stated he was not selling, only using. Medical personnel then came over to Bustillos, placed him on a backboard, then on the gurney, and took him to the ambulance. I then followed the ambulance to LUH. While I was walking into the Hospital, Ofc. Deal was walking out and showed me a small vile with what was presumed Methamphetamine. Ofc. Deal stated the vile was found in the female that was already transported to LUH. Bustillos was then put in a room in the Emergency Department and was being treated by Hospital. I was informed we needed to get a felony blood draw. The Lab Assistant OTH-Amanda Lamb (Amanda) completed the blood draw at 2307 hours, and I took custody of the kit at 2312 hours. I placed the two blood viles which were sealed and placed in the plastic container and sealed, into the box and sealed the box. I kept custody of the blood draw box until I gave it to Ofc. Ford around 0030 hours on March 07, 2013. I later logged Bustillos clothes, which were cut off by LUH Personnel, into Longmont Property and Evidence.