Police reports


Shoplifters sought

Littleton police are looking for three people who stole $560 worth of clothing on Oct. 16 from Aeropostale at 7301 S. Santa Fe Drive.

According to police, a Hispanic man in his early 30s, along with a white woman in her early 30s and a teenage girl, spent about 45 minutes trying on clothes. The woman then asked the store clerk where she could take her daughter to the bathroom and exited the store. The man then ran out the door with all the merchandise.

The man climbed into a white, four-door sedan driven by the woman and her daughter. There was no license plate on the vehicle and the store could not provide any type of surveillance.

Prostitution arrest

Littleton police arrested Cara May Wilson, 45, of Littleton on Oct. 15 and charged her with prostitution and lewd acts and location of adult business for allegedly running an escort service out of her home.

After receiving anonymous e-mails advising that Wilson was operating as a prostitute inside her W. Powers Place apartment, police went to Wilson’s home to question her. Police say Wilson admitted to charging money for sex on and off for the past 10 years and began advertising her services in Littleton in 2007.

Assault arrest

Littleton police arrested Jeremiah Hardrick, 30, of Littleton on Oct. 19 and charged him with first-degree assault on a police officer, resisting arrest, third-degree assault and domestic violence.

After responding to a domestic disturbance between a male and a female on South Fox Street, officers arrested Hardrick after a foot pursuit. According to police, Hardrick would not get into the patrol vehicle and resisted arrest.


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