Larimer County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Larimer County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 2501 Midpoint D, Fort Collins, 80525 CO
  • Chief:
Phone: 970-498-5100
Fax: (970) 498-9203

Larimer County Sheriff's Office is located at 2501 Midpoint D, Fort Collins, 80525 CO. The Larimer County Sheriff's Office phone number is 970-498-5100.

Larimer County Sheriff's Office News

LCSO administrative offices will be closed Monday, November 12, for Veterans Day.

Vehicle Pursuit On November 7, 2018, at approximately 7:05 p.m., a Larimer County Sheriff’s Office deputy attempted a traffic stop of a vehicle at East Mulberry Street and Greenfield Court. The driver of the vehicle failed to stop and a check of the vehicle’s license plate revealed it was associated with a male wanted for an outstanding felony warrant. The deputy pursued the suspect vehicle eastbound on East Mulberry Street and over Interstate 25 at varying speeds up to 55 mph. The suspect vehicle started to turn southbound onto the northbound exit ramp from Interstate 25, so the deputy attempted a low speed Precision Immobilization Technique (PIT) to prevent the suspect vehicle from turning into oncoming traffic. The PIT was not successful and the deputy terminated the pursuit as the suspect vehicle drove southbound toward the northbound lanes of Interstate 25. Shortly after the pursuit was terminated, LCSO discovered the suspect vehicle was involved in a crash near mile marker 269 on northbound Interstate 25. Colorado State Patrol troopers responded to investigate the crash. Please see the attached media release from CSP regarding the crash investigation at

Arrested by LCSO 11/6/2018

LARIMER COUNTY'S MOST WANTED We're looking for Brett Allen Uram for multiple Felony warrants. Do you know where he is?

Jail Deputy Assaulted On November 1, 2018, at approximately 12:45p.m., an inmate at the Larimer County Jail assaulted a deputy. Inmate Brooque Nichols (DOB: 5/13/1994) exited her cell and tried to hit a deputy in the face with a closed fist. The deputy took Nichols to the ground to restrain her and she continued the assault by striking and kicking the deputy. The deputy gained control over Nichols and she was placed in a restraint chair. The deputy sustained minor lacerations to the face during the assault and was evaluated at a local hospital. Nichols did not report any injuries. Nichols was booked into the jail on September 11, 2018 on warrants for Failure to Appear 2nd Degree Assault on a Peace Officer (Class 4 Felony), Failure to Appear Attempted 2nd Degree Assault on a Peace Officer (Class 5 Felony), and Failure to Appear Criminal Impersonation (Class 6 Felony). Additional allegations for 2nd Degree Assault (Class 4 Felony) will be sought for the assault on the deputy today. A booking photo of Nichols is attached. The charges are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until, and unless, proven guilty.

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LCSO is accepting applications for Patrol Deputy, Jail Deputy, and Jail Cadet. Learn more about these exciting career opportunities at

Have you seen Kelsey? If so, please call 970-416-1985.

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Arrested by Jefferson County on 10/17/2018

Arrested by LCSO 10/20/2018

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day – October 27, 2018 Turn in your expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs this Saturday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm: Wellington – Family Dollar parking lot, 8099 6th Street Berthoud – Berthoud Town Hall, 807 Mountain Avenue The DEA cannot accept liquids or needles or sharps, only pills or patches.

The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for Wildland Firefighters. Our wildland program consists of on-call firefighters who respond to wildfires locally and nationally. This crew also assists other LCSO sections including the bomb squad, search and rescue, dive rescue, and emergency management. Internal training possibilities include engine and crew experience, free training beyond entry-level, and scholarships for intermediate training. Pay is $16.50/hour and potential overtime opportunities. Training required to apply: S130/S190, I100, L180, and IS 700. For info about this training, visit and

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Loveland Man Arrested Following Attempted Sexual Assault / Prostitution Investigation - On October 17, 2018, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office investigators arrested Mark Thomas Brinkman (01/09/1964) of Loveland after a four-month investigation into attempted sex crimes against children and prostitution. Brinkman was booked into the Larimer County Jail on the following allegations: Enticement of a Child (Class 4 Felony) Criminal Attempt Sexual Assault on a Child (Class 5 Felony) Conspiracy to Commit Sexual Assault on a Child (Class 5 Felony) Internet Luring of a Child (Class 4 Felony) Pandering (Class 3 Misdemeanor) Prostitution Prohibited (Class 3 Misdemeanor) Bond was not set at the time of this release. A booking photo is attached. In June 2018, investigators were alerted to suspicious activity involving Brinkman and his business, Mark’s Leisure Massage. It was reported that Brinkman was advertising illegal massage services involving sexual acts. During the investigation, an undercover Department of Homeland Security Special Agent contacted Brinkman regarding his services and he agreed to perform illegal sexual acts on the undercover agent and a fictitious minor. Investigators are aware that Brinkman had operated his business out of an office complex at 1530 North Boise Avenue in Loveland and more recently from his home in Loveland. If you have information about Mark Brinkman or Mark’s Leisure Massage that may assist investigators, please call Investigator Justin Atwood at 970-498-5143. The charges are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until, and unless, proven guilty.

Larimer County Dive Rescue Team training Saturday & Sunday, October 20 & 21, 8a-5p. The team is seeking new members & welcomes all those interested to come out & learn more about this great organization. LCDRT info Training info

Arrested in Michigan

Meet the LCSO recruiting team at NoCoNet's Premier Job Fair from 10:30 - 12:30 today and learn about careers at LCSO. Fort Collins Faith Church, 3920 South Shields Street. Event info LCSO career info

Update to October 8, 2018 Officer-Involved Shooting The 8th Judicial District Critical Incident Response Team investigation into the officer-involved shooting on October 8, 2018 continues and the Loveland Police Department is leading the investigation. Per the investigative protocol, it is the responsibility of the agency involved to release the name of the officer involved. The deputy who fired his weapon on Monday is Deputy Matthew Bordewick. Deputy Bordewick is 28 years old and has served with LCSO since January 4, 2018. Prior to joining LCSO, Deputy Bordewick served with the Monte Vista Police Department in Monte Vista, Colorado from December 2013 to December 2017, leaving at the rank of corporal. He has been placed on paid administrative leave in accordance with agency policy. No further information will be released by the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office.

LARIMER COUNTY'S MOST WANTED We're looking for Jason Christopher Ross, do you know where he is?

Information regarding the Officer Involved incident today.