Felon Kevin Denolf arrested in Longmont for violating parole

LONGMONT, Colo. - SWAT, gang and fugitive apprehension officers on Tuesday arrested a felon wanted for violating his parole in November.

Kevin Denolf, 31, was tracked to an apartment at 320 National Pl. in Longmont, police confirmed. SWAT and gang unit officers from the Longmont Police Department worked with the Department of Correction's fugitive apprehension unit to set up a perimeter around the home.

"Members from the fugitive apprehension team from DOC, Department of Corrections and some of our local patrol agents, tracked this individual," said Cmdr. Jeff Satur, of Longmont Police. "He had a pretty extensive history and he had a parole warrant for parole violation for a robbery offense."

Across the street, Longmont Christian School enacted security procedures as a precaution.

"While they were setting up the perimeter this guy’s wife exited the home," Satur said. "They contacted her, confirmed he was in the house and shortly after getting the perimeter set he exited the home."

Department of Corrections records show Denolf has seven total convictions from Arapahoe, Adams and El Paso counties. All of the cases were opened during 1999, records indicate, meaning he was a juvenile at the time of the crimes.

Court records for the three adult charges show several crimes were dismissed as Denolf pleaded guilty in 2001 to charges of aggravated robbery and robbery involving aggravated menacing with a deadly weapon.