Man arrested after allegedly firing shots at Denver officer

Police departments including Lakewood, Denver, the Jefferson County and Colorado State Patrol were involved

Staff report
Posted 8/12/19

On Aug. 8, 35-year-old Roger Dale Reynolds and 26-year-old Stacia Darline Smith were arrested after Reynolds allegedly fired gunshots at a Denver officer, according to a release from the Lakewood …

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Man arrested after allegedly firing shots at Denver officer

Police departments including Lakewood, Denver, the Jefferson County and Colorado State Patrol were involved

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On Aug. 8, 35-year-old Roger Dale Reynolds and 26-year-old Stacia Darline Smith were arrested after Reynolds allegedly fired gunshots at a Denver officer, according to a release from the Lakewood Police Department.

Lakewood Police were called to the Candlewood Suites Motel at 895 Tabor St. on reports of shots fired as a multi-agency task force was tracking down Reynolds for allegedly shooting at a Denver police officer near Eighth Avenue and Urban Court. The officer wasn't injured.

Following the shooting, Reynolds allegedly fled the scene in a stolen vehicle with Smith, as they were chased by Lakewood Police, Denver Police, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office and Colorado State Patrol, the release reads.

Reynolds and Smith left the vehicle and fled on foot before they were both taken into custody by Lakewood Police.

Reynolds is being held at the Jefferson County Jail for numerous charges like attempted first degree murder of a peace officer, two counts of aggravated robbery, possession of weapons by a previous offender and vehicular eluding. The charges include ones that Reynolds was wanted for in Denver, according to the release.

Lakewood Police are looking into whether or not Reynolds was involved in other crimes in Lakewood. The release says Smith was taken into custody by the parole board.

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