Pets found dead Littleton police are investigating a case in which a woman says someone broke into her home and killed two of her pets. According to …
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Pets found dead
Littleton police are investigating a case in which a woman says
someone broke into her home and killed two of her pets.
According to police, when Jennifer Mondragon-Gallegos, 37, and
her 12-year-old daughter returned home on Aug. 18, one of their pet
birds and a pet fish were dead. The deaths occurred, according to
Mondragon-Gallegos and her daughter, sometime between 3 and 6:15
When the two returned home, the outer security door was ajar but
the residence was locked.
Police said two pictures had fallen from a wall and a window
sill and were broken on the floor, but there were no signs of
Police said nothing of value, including electronics, were
There is no information on a suspect and the case remains
Littleton police responded to a reported assault of a driver by
a bicyclist Aug. 23 on Prince Street.
Police say Randall Clifton, 65, of Littleton, was stopped at a
stop sign at W. Littleton Boulevard and S. Court Place when a male
subject on a bicycle locked up his brakes and fell off his bike in
front of Clifton’s car.
Police say the man then began cursing at Clifton, challenged him
to get out of the car and struck him several times in the face with
The subject, a white male, 6 feet tall, 180 to 200 pounds,
wearing glasses, was last seen walking his bike east on W.
Clifton sustained a bloody nose as a result of the assault.
Police are still searching for the subject.
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