For Immediate Release
On Wednesday, July 26, 2023, the deceased body of Brian Kretz was discovered off Gold Camp Road located in Colorado Springs, CO. Disposal of a body in this manner is Abuse of a Corpse which is a felony.
Pikes Peak Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of $2,000 for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for this act. If you have information about this incident call 719-634-STOP (7867) or log on to www.crimestop.net and complete the information form. Your information will be kept completely anonymous.
“CSPD is working hard to solve this terrible crime and we need help from the community to find those responsible. Call Crime Stoppers if you have information that will help us,” said CSPD Chief Adrian Vasquez.
Call 719-634-STOP (7867). You will remain anonymous.
Manitou Springs Police Department and the Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers are Offering a $1,000 Reward in Identifying a person vandalizing MSPD and City Vehicles.
Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers, in partnership with the Manitou Springs Police Department (MSPD),is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest in regard to a series of vandalism that has been taking place on MSPD and City vehicles.
On the night of September 5th, a vandal slashed two tires on a City vehicle. On the nights of September 6-9, a person believed to be the same vandal scratched and poured food ingredients on four MSPD police vehicles.
The suspect (pictured) is believed to be a 5’10” to 6’ White or Hispanic male seen wearing an all black outfit and a black balaclava in the 600 block of Manitou Avenue around 7:18p.m. on September 8.
Bill Otto, Chief of Police for the Manitou Springs Police Department commented on this matter and stated, “Actions like these are disheartening and despicable.” He continued, “the biggest victim of these crimes are the Manitou Springs taxpayers, who’s tax money is being used to repair the thousands of dollars in damage, rather than being dedicated towards police officer training, or a myriad of other efforts towards improving our department.”
We are encouraging anybody with information to reach out to the Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers and submit a tip.
Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers is seeking information on a sexual assault crime that occurred at a house party on October 2, 2022 in the 1700 block of Brantfeather Grove. Persons with information about this crime, or who may know someone who does have information, are encouraged to call us at 719-634-STOP (7867). A reward of up to $1,000 is offered for information that leads to an arrest for this crime.
You will not be asked for your name or address. Our call takers do not have access to caller ID. You will remain anonymous forever. You may also share information at our website, www.crimestop.net Again, your identity will not be revealed.
You can help prevent crime.
Share information anonymously with Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers.
FOR CONFIRMATION CONTACT DON ADDY; firstname.lastname@example.org OR 719-684-6525
On April 3, 2021, at approximately 1:34 am, Colorado Springs Police Officers responded to a shooting at the Epic Hookah Lounge, located at 4785 Barnes Road. Several people were shooting firearms. 34-year-old John Jean was found deceased on the scene. His death was ruled a homicide. The suspect, in this case, has not been identified. The Colorado Springs Police Department continues to investigate this homicide.
John Jean was a Sergeant 1st Class stationed at Fort Carson at the time of his death.
CALL 719-634-STOP (7867) or log on to www.crimestop.net if you have information about this assailant. You will always remain anonymous and may qualify for a reward of up to $10,000.
April 25, 2023; Effective immediately, Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers announces that it has doubled the reward amounts that the organization will offer for information that leads to criminal arrests. Any tips provided anonymously via the organization’s phone number, or its website are eligible for the increased reward amounts if the information leads to an arrest.
“Now more than ever we need information about criminal activity or wanted persons to reduce crime in our region. By using our 719-634-STOP (7867) number citizens can anonymously provide valuable information to law enforcement agencies. Callers will never be asked to provide their names or any other identifying information. We want concerned citizens to help reduce crime and that’s why we are increasing reward values,” said Don Addy, Chairman of the non-profit organization. Citizens can also anonymously provide information on crimes by using the Crime Stoppers website at www.crimestop.net
In response to this announcement, CSPD Chief Vasquez offered “Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers is a great partner to law enforcement and our community members. Their continued efforts to make a difference and help keep our communities safe is commendable”.
The organization publishes information on wanted felons every Monday in the Colorado Springs Gazette, and on their website. Each Sunday in the Gazette Crime Stoppers also shares tips and techniques on how citizens can help prevent crime. In 2022 anonymous tips submitted to Crime Stoppers resulted in 42 arrests and the recovery of drugs, cash, and firearms.