**UPDATE** 10/27/15—NOW FEATURED ON COPBLOCK.org
NORTHGLENN, CO — In September 2015, COP BLOCK featured this story about the Kekoas titled: Harassment and Intimidation Against Innocent Colorado Family for “Ignoring” Neighbor
*See also on Cop Block Facebook & CopBlock.org
The article detailed the news about four uniformed government officers from Northglenn, CO Neighborhood Services Code Enforcement who were sent over to harass and intimidate Curtis and Danielle Kekoa, parents of six, all because the next door neighbor was being “ignored” and called the police to complain.
That’s right—the nosy neighbor didn’t like the fact that she was being “shut-out” and “ignored” by the Kekoas, so the Northglenn Police responded right away to the 911 call, then later sent over its “Professional Mediation Task Force” under the color of law to help assist in the harassment.
Listen to Follow-Up Call with Officer Tom Carlson and Danielle Kekoa re:
CAUGHT ON CAMERA—NORTHGLENN HARASSMENT & INTIMIDATION by "PROFESSIONAL MEDIATION TASK FORCE"
CAUGHT ON CAMERA—NORTHGLENN HARASSMENT & INTIMIDATION by "PROFESSIONAL MEDIATION TASK FORCE"
On August 27, 2015, one week after this huge unnecessary disturbance in front of the Kekoas’ home, Danielle Kekoa and Officer Tom Carlson of Northglenn “Professional Mediation Task Force" talk over the phone to discuss the tyrannical incompetence and violations of civil rights on behalf of a busy-body neighbor who has nothing better to do than meddle in the Kekoas’ business. Of course, Northglenn Police employees like Tom are willing and eager to assist the needs of the “elderly” neighbor and quick to follow-up on all of her complaints and false allegations against the family.
All of this activity is caught on camera from several different angles and the FULL VIDEO of this disturbance on August 19-20, 2015 can be viewed here:
Watch the latest example CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Harassment & Intimidation by the City of Northglenn, CO Neighborhood Services “Professional Mediation Task Force” against the Kekoas over “Ignoring” the Neighbor. — See it to believe it!
BANG ON OUR DOOR & YOU'RE GONNA GET VIDEO TAPED!
According to Northglenn, CO city Councilmember, Gene Wieneke Ward IV, the code officers “should have been arrested” for their unlawful and aggressive contact with the Kekoas, yet nothing has been done to make the situation better, even though there were no code-violations, no crimes, no probable cause and no warrant to justify such actions.
Throughout the entire 45 minute scene in front of the Kekoas’ home, Officer Tom Carlson repeatedly lectures the Kekoas to take part in their “new mediation program” and stresses the importance of “keeping the lines of communication open” so the neighbor can have access to the family whenever she wants. The Kekoas expressed dozens of times during the incident that they just want to be left alone and don’t want anything to do with the neighbor because she is mentally-ill, unstable and dangerous. For the past few years the Kekoas have been harassed by the neighbor and had law enforcement involved over frivolous concerns like “apples” falling from the tree and imaginary “pool noodles” flying over the fence.
All attempts to file reports about the harassment with the Northglenn Police since 2011 have been mocked, ignored and dismissed as the Kekoas continued to be targeted and threatened.
More video footage showing the “evidence” and audio recordings with Officer J. Burke #445 will be released soon.
Danielle Kekoa made multiple attempts to contact the Supervisor Stephanie Pelster for a follow-up, leaving at least four voice messages, plus an email to the entire group, but Pelster the “Professional Mediator” never returned the phone call. According to Officer Tom Carlson, Stephanie was out sick and the email messages sent by Danielle Kekoa to Northglenn police employees reportedly went to the spam folder and could not be accessed by any of the recipients, though they could see it on their spam folders.
Officer Tom Carlson was also left a message and returned the call, finally talking to Danielle Kekoa a full week after the disturbance. The purpose of the call was to discuss the problems with the program and to get it in writing that the City of Northglenn will no longer try to force the Kekoas into a confrontation with the neighbor. Shortly after the phone conversation, Tom Carlson sent an email to the Kekoas at their request, saying in part:
“Based on our phone conversation, it is clearly evident you are not interested with being involved with any type of mediation between you and your neighbor. We as the City will not try to contact you in reference to mediation services from this point forward.”
SEPTEMBER 3, 2015, EXACTLY ONE WEEK AFTER TALKING TO OFFICER TOM CARLSON ABOUT THIS DISTURBANCE, THE ADAMS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE BEGINS KNOCKING ON THE KEKOAS' DOOR "AGAIN & AGAIN" WITH TWO ORANGE ENVELOPES FORCING THEM INTO YET ANOTHER CONFRONTATION WITH THE NEIGHBOR.
A FULL MONTH OF VIDEO "EVIDENCE" SHOWING THE ON-GOING HARASSMENT AGAINST THE KEKOAS BY THE ADAMS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE WILL BE RELEASED SOON.
**UPDATE** 10/28/15—Video captures officer attempt to enter home without a warrant - second officer lies to homeowner about being a cop - Targeted homeowners claim they know who murdered JonBenet Ramsey—by Timothy Charles Holmseth
9/23/15—PRESS RELEASE: Colorado couple claim police intimidation in JonBenet Ramsey murder-Danielle and Curtis Kekoa release video of police harassment —by Timothy Charles Holmseth
9/24/15—PRESS RELEASE on COP BLOCK: Harassment and Intimidation Against Innocent Colorado Family for “Ignoring” Neighbor
*Read more here: www.PoliceRecordingsKekoas.com
NORTHGLENN POLICE EMPLOYEES' Contact info:
City of Northglenn Neighborhood Services
12301 Claude Court
P.O. Box 330061
Northglenn, CO 80241-3310
Supervisor Stephanie Pelster, Professional Mediator & Code Enforcement Officer
303-280-7840 | email@example.com
Officer Tom Carlson, Neighborhood Services Code Enforcement & Professional Mediator
303-280-7844 | firstname.lastname@example.org
NORTHGLENN CO Councilmember Gene Wieneke, Ward IV
1360 Kennedy Lane
Northglenn, CO 80234
303-457-0858 | email@example.com
Police Officer J. Burke #445
Northglenn Police Dept.
11701 Community Center Drive
Northglenn, CO 80233-8061
303-450-8445 | firstname.lastname@example.org
NOW FEATURED ON COPBLOCK.orgReplyDelete
Video captures officer attempt to enter home without a warrant - second officer lies to homeowner about being a cop
Targeted homeowners claim they know who murdered JonBenet Ramsey
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on October 28, 2015 at 8:31 P.M. C.S.T.
The name JonBenet Ramsey is still haunting the state of Colorado.
Curtis and Danielle Kekoa, Northglenn, have publically stated
for years they believe their former pastor, Bob Enyart, Denver Bible
Church, murdered the child in 1996.
The Kekoa’s bold statements include accusations against law
enforcement have gotten the attention of authorities – but not the kind
of attention one might think regarding an unsolved murder.
The Kekoa’s state they believe the unidentified DNA found at
the scene of the JonBenet Ramsey murder-scene will match Enyart or one
of his associates; beliefs they say that are derived from information
they learned while they were members of his church, which they say they
later learned is a satanic cult.
READ MORE AT: http://writeintoaction.com/Colorado%20police%20caught%20in%20video%20sting.html
*BREAKING NEWS: Northglenn Officer J. Burke gets away with murder!ReplyDelete
Typical for Adams County——No cops are ever held accountable around here. This is the same dirty cop who threatened Danielle Kekoa with a false arrest in Sept 2013 and conspired with the Kekoa's next door neighbor Karin Mortensen two years later in Sept 2015 to issue false protection orders. Officer J. Burke also conspired with Robert Adolph Enyart and signed off on false arrest warrants with Officer M. DiGiovanni for Curtis and Danielle Kekoa back in Dec 2015.
In November 2015 the FBI Civil Rights and Public Corruptions Division launched a federal probe into Officer J. Burke and Robert Adolph Enyart in connection to domestic terrorism.
DA: No charges for two Northglenn officers who used reasonable force when they shot suspect 14 times
District Attorney Dave Young says the officers used reasonable force and that he couldn’t prove their actions weren’t justified
By Jesse Paul | email@example.com | The Denver Post
April 21, 2017 at 6:35 pm
Two Northglenn police officers who shot a domestic violence suspect 14 times in January — one of whom fired at him a dozen times through the back window of a vehicle — won’t face charges, prosecutors announced Friday.
The Adams County District Attorney’s Office says the officers’ use of force was reasonable and that it couldn’t prove the pair were not justified.
Officer Joshua Burke fired 12 times into the back of the stolen car driven by the suspect, 31-year-old Hector Navarrette, according to a report from the district attorney’s office.
Navarrette died Jan. 7 on the 10700 block of Pecos Street after police began pursuing him in connection with a report that a man had dragged a woman off a porch and hit her in the face several times...
“Based on the evidence presented and the applicable Colorado law, there is no reasonable likelihood of success of proving that the involved officers committed any crimes beyond a reasonable doubt at trial,” District Attorney Dave Young wrote in a letter announcing his decision. “Therefore, no criminal charges will be filed against the officers involved in this incident.”
Officers were called about 6 p.m. on Jan. 7 to the 10500 block of Carmela Lane on a report of a domestic violence disturbance. Police were able to track down Navarrette and the Mercedes less than a mile away on Pecos Street where officers tried to confront him in the parking lot of Northwest Open Space park.
“The suspect vehicle entered the parking lot and became stuck in the snow,” Young’s letter says. “Both officers parked their patrol vehicles, exited and gave several loud commands for the driver to show his hands and turn off the vehicle. The suspect driver did not comply.”
Burke approached the driver’s-side door of the Mercedes and shattered its window with his asp in an attempt to remove Navarrette from the vehicle.
“The suspect continued to accelerate the vehicle, which caused the wheels to spin in the snow,” the letter says. “As the suspect was attempting to flee, he kept his left hand on the steering wheel and appeared to be reaching for something in the front passenger area of the vehicle.”
Eventually, the Mercedes gained traction and accelerated through the parking lot, “which caused Officer Burke to lose his footing and fall to the ground,” according to the letter...
Continue reading full article and DA statement