Man arrested for damaging door, car at Sheriff's Office

Suspect also threw items that could be combined to explode

Paul Albani-Burgio
palbaniburgio@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 1/4/21

Jeffco Sheriff's deputies arrested a man on Jan 1. after he damaged a door and patrol car and threw items that could be combined to create an explosion. According to a Sheriff's Office press release, …

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Man arrested for damaging door, car at Sheriff's Office

Suspect also threw items that could be combined to explode

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Jeffco Sheriff's deputies arrested a man on Jan 1. after he damaged a door and patrol car and threw items that could be combined to create an explosion.

According to a Sheriff's Office press release, Samuel Livingston arrived at the Sherriff's Office campus at just after 11 a.m. He kicked a glass door to the jail lobby, cracking the glass.

Livingston them drove his truck to the main parking lot where a deputy's patrol car was parked. An on-duty sergeant witnessed Livingston ram his truck into the parked patrol car before leaving the parking lot.

He then drove to the east of the complex and parked his truck near the entrance, where he then broke a glass door by throwing items through the glass. Deputies and Golden Police officers then took Livingston, who was not complying with their commands, into custody. No deputies or officers were injured in the incident.

Investigators determined that the items thrown through the glass into the entrance area could be combined to be explosive. Livingston was charged with possession of explosives or incendiary devices, criminal mischief and resisting arrest. He has a $500,000 bail.

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