Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers is asking for your assistance in identifying the following individuals: John Madrid 08/01/2000 is currently wanted on one Felony FTA warrant for dangerous drugs and motor vehicle theft and four Misdemeanor FTA warrants for DUI, traffic offenses, criminal mischief, and ID theft.
Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers (PPACS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit tax-exempt corporation dedicated to making this area safer by managing a reporting platform and cash reward program which enable citizens to anonymously provide information to law enforcement on criminal activity.
PPACS has directly improved the lives of citizens in the region for more than four decades by offering an alternative avenue to provide information that may assist law enforcement in solving crimes; thus, enhancing the safety of our community. The cash rewards paid to tipsters are a critical component of PPACS’s success and come directly from community donations. A partnership with a local financial institution ensures a safe and anonymous cash pick-up location.
We have a new program called the Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers Support Program.
We will provide a Crime Stoppers window decal for businesses and individuals that sign up for our Crime Stoppers Support Program for $50 per year. When prominently displayed, the Crime Stoppers logo may act as a deterrent to would-be criminals. This program is available to retailers, restaurants, fast food stores, quick-stop stores, gas stations, and other businesses.
Funds collected from the support program will be used to increase the value of rewards for tips, and to expand the presence of the Crime Stoppers logo across the community. By increasing reward value for tips and expanding distribution of this logo in retail outlets, it is expected that the number of tips will increase, thus reducing overall crime in the community.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Howard Black
Public Information Officer
Office of the District Attorney, Fourth Judicial District 719.520.6084 | HowardBlack@elpasoco.com
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. (Jan. 1, 2021) -- Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers and the 4th Judicial District Attorney’s Office are actively searching for Shane Carty and, if you have information regarding his whereabouts, you may be eligible for a cash reward.
On September 28, 2020 at about 1:30 p.m., witnesses say Carty threw a domestic short-hair cat from the balcony of a third floor apartment building on East Pikes Peak Avenue.
The three-year-old cat, “Zayn” died from injuries sustained in the fall.
Zayn’s owner and the Animal Law Enforcement Division of the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region are working to locate Carty.
An active warrant is in place for Carty’s arrest.
As always, PPACS allows individuals to provide anonymous tips and operates separately from law enforcement. You may submit information safely and anonymously through Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers online at crimestop.net, the P3 app, by calling 719-634-STOP (7867) or 1-800-222-8477. Please call 911, if appropriate.
The Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works with local law enforcement agencies to help solve crimes and identify suspects wanted by local agencies.
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. (Dec. 3, 2020) -- New leadership and an expanding board have taken the reins at Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers.
Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers (PPACS) organization is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization governed by volunteer trustees. PPACS is a member of Crime Stoppers USA, the nationwide Crime Stoppers network that works with local law enforcement agencies to help solve crimes and identify suspects wanted by local agencies.
Don Addy, a community advocate in Colorado Springs, has accepted the role as chairman of the organization and is looking forward to the coming year.
“I’ve always been impressed with the work of PPACS and I’m happy to contribute to its successes,” Addy said. “My biggest goal, going into the new year, will be to raise awareness in our community. The first step will be fostering relationships with local businesses, in a collaborative program we’ve created with the BBB of Southern Colorado.”
Addy, whose extensive resume includes time served as Vice President of the Board of Trustees of The Police Foundation of Colorado Springs, and as an officer of Pikes Peak Crime Stoppers, is a natural fit to lead the organization. Addy has also given many years of service in support of the men and women of the military. He also spent time as the Chairman of The Military Affairs Council of the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce.
Addy is also focused on growing the Crime Stoppers program, which allows individuals to provide anonymous tips regarding criminal activity, without being directly involved in the investigation process - because it operates separately from law enforcement.
Still, local agencies strongly endorse PPACS, which has provided anonymous tips for more than 30 years.
"Over that time, information from our local Crime Stoppers has directly led to the arrest of many violent offenders as well as clearances for a substantial number of homicides and other serious offenses,” said CSPD Police Chief Vince Niski.
The most critical challenge faced by PPACS is funding which will support the operation and assure long-term sustainability of the organization.
Donations may be made directly to Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers, P.O. Box 446, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 or through our website, crimestop.net.
To learn more about this organization, visit CRIMESTOP.NET.
No representation is made that the persons listed here have current, outstanding warrants. All names presented on this site were gathered at a prior date. Some persons listed may no longer have outstanding warrants issued. Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers assumes no responsibility, and expressly disclaims responsibility, for updating this site to keep information current or to ensure the accuracy or completeness of any posted information.
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WARNING! It is illegal to assist a fugitive in any way. Accessory to Crime, CRS 18-8-105 Colorado Law states: "A person is an accessory to a crime if, with intent to hinder, delay or PREVENT the discovery, detection, apprehension, prosecution, conviction or punishment of another for the commission of a crime, he renders assistance to such person." This crime can be up to a Class 4 FELONY, punishable by up to two (2) years in prison and/or a fine up to $500,000.00!
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