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Motor Vehicle Theft and Robbery in Lakewood, Colorado

| Aug 22, 2011 | Robbery |

Robbing a Gun Store

Lakewood, Colorado, Police are concerned about the nature of a gun store Robbery C.R.S. 18-4-301. The robbery happened in broad daylight, after a suspect asked to see a semi-automatic 9-mm Glock handgun and an AR-15 hunting rifle. When the counter attendant became distracted for a short time, the suspect walked toward the end of the store, and then out the door, where a stolen vehicle was waiting a few feet away. If the suspects involved in the robbery are former felons, they will probably be charged with possession of a weapon by a previous offender, as well. The police later recovered the vehicle, but the suspect and the driver were nowhere to be found. According to 9News, police are still looking for the suspects.

Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft and Firearm Rights

The suspects will certainly be charged with Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft, C.R.S. 18-4-409, simply because they used the vehicle in committing of another crime. If the vehicle is worth more than $20,000, the offense is a class-3 felony (could result in 4-12 years in prison), if less than $20,000 the crime is a class-4 felony (2-8 years in the Colorado Department of Corrections).

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At O’Malley Law Office, P.C., we have been fervently defending people against allegations of Robbery and Motor Vehicle Theft in Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson and other Colorado Counties for over 18 years. If you or a loved one has been contacted by the police regarding Colorado Robbery or Motor Vehicle Theft accusations, be smart, exercise your right to remain silent, and call the O’Malley Law Office, P.C., at 303-731-0719. Together we can protect your future.