A guy who law enforcement claimed has been posing as actual estate agent and thieving from house owners in Colorado Springs has been arrested. Brandon Hernandez of Lakewood is accused of posing as a real estate agent representing an out-of-point out client and thieving products from the residences.
Hernandez, 37, is facing costs of theft. Investigators also learned that he had somewhere around 13 remarkable warrants including 9 lively felony warrants, together with theft, theft, larceny, failure to comply, failure to seem, and unsafe drug offenses. These warrants are from a number of counties in Colorado, which include El Paso, Weld, Denver, Douglas, Arapahoe, Boulder and Jefferson.
Hernandez was arrested in Morrison on July 15 with the assistance of the Morrison Law enforcement Section. He was booked into the Jefferson County Jail on possession of suspected fentanyl and various pieces of suspected stolen jewellery.
A research warrant was conducted on Hernandez’s residence and officers seized roughly $50,000 really worth of stolen jewellery. Law enforcement said that he has a lengthy felony historical past for equivalent offenses, together with delivering bogus data to pawn brokers.
“This is an illustration of how distinctive legislation enforcement agencies proceed to work with each other to safeguard the citizens in our communities. Sadly, it is a further case in point of how the fentanyl bill fails to appropriately deal with the fentanyl epidemic in our state,” Colorado Springs Police Chief Adrian Vasquez stated.