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5:44 p.m. | Woodland fire burning near residential area in Aurora is under control, firefighters say.
Woodland fire near the intersection of Tower Rd and Mansfield is under control!
— Aurora Fire Rescue (@AuroraFireDpt) March 13, 2018
5:24 p.m. | Crews arrived on scene of a large grass fire burning in Aurora and are dousing the flames. It does not appear that any structures were lost. It's not clear what sparked the fire.
5:08 p.m. | A large grass fire is burning in a residential area in Aurora. Around 5 p.m., AIRTRACKER7 picked up a large plume of smoke coming from the 17000 block of East Nassau Place, northeast of Quincy and Buckley.
1:45 p.m. | Deputies with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office are looking for an escapee from a youth detention facility. Marcos Arredondo, 17, climbed a fence at the Mount View Youth Services Center Monday night and escaped. Marcos is wanted for aggravated robbery out of Denver and Boulder.
We need your help to find a 17-year-old Mount View Youth Services Center inmate escapee. Marcos Arredondo climbed the fence last night. He's wanted for agg robbery out of #Denver & #Boulder Pls call 911 if you see him & share this #JeffCo pic.twitter.com/lSCvwkTRqm
— Jeffco Sheriff (@jeffcosheriffco) March 13, 2018
1:35 p.m. | The body of a man was found near Shields and Stuart streets in Fort Collins Tuesday morning. Police tweeted they don’t know how the man died. The coroner will determine cause and manner of death and release his identity. Police say they have no indication of any threat to public safety.
This morning, FCPS investigated a report of a deceased man in the area of Shields/Stuart St. The scene was processed & the coroner will determine cause/manner of death & release identity. We have no indication of any threat to public safety. Our thoughts are with the man's family
— Fort Collins Police (@FCPolice) March 13, 2018
1:26 p.m. | Douglas County Sheriff deputies are looking for two identity thief caught on camera. Deputies tweeted photos of the two individuals Tuesday. They are asking the public's help in identifying the two. Call 303-660-7500 if you have information on this case.
Help us catch an ID Thief. Do you know who these two individuals are? Please e-mail FCS, Richard O'Connell, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-660-7500 with any information that can help us identify these two people. ref CR#2017-00146894 pic.twitter.com/CMZNVn6zoQ
— DC Sheriff (@dcsheriff) March 13, 2018