have any deaths occured at 3415 w evans ave denver co 80219

Asked by sharrea46, Denver, CO Wed Jun 12, 2013

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Robert McGui…, Agent, Denver, CO
Sat Jun 15, 2013

Why do you ask? Seems like a strange question to ask. Do you suspect something. All of the answers below are good. One of the best ways to find info is to find the most vocal neighbor and ask.

Robert McGuire
Your Castle Realestate
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David S Jenk…, Both Buyer And Seller, Manitowoc, WI
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Well, I am not a Realtor so I can tell you. Based on data available from the Denver Police, I can tell you the reported crimes within a 1/2 mile radius of the 3415 W Evans Avenue location over the past 5 years. This is a generalization of the data, more description is available from the police:

Offense Category ID Count
aggravated-assault 28
all-other-crimes 51
arson 3
auto-theft 92
burglary 116
drug-alcohol 29
larceny 117
other-crimes-against-persons 30
public-disorder 170
robbery 35
sexual-assault 5
theft-from-motor-vehicle 123
white-collar-crime 32

No murders have occurred within that 1/2 mile but at a 1 mile, there were four. Also, almost every home surrounding this address has reported a burglary in the past 5 years.

Hope this helps.
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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Check with the local police department, check archived local print media, ask any neighbors...
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Suz A, Agent, Longmont, CO
Thu Jun 13, 2013
For future reference, real estate agents are prohibited from answering your questions regarding crimes as you did in your other post. The information is available elsewhere. Try Google.
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Sean Dougher…, Agent, Fort Collins, CO
Thu Jun 13, 2013
You should ask local law enforcement if you want to know the answer to that question. The Real Estate Agent who has the listing has a clause in his/her listing agreement prohibiting the person from mentioning anything that could psychologically stigmatize the property, and other agents on here would do well to steer clear of the question, too, as we do not have any duty to find out this info for a prospective buyer.

Besides, local law enforcement can give you factual data, while a general member of the public, like a real estate agent, probably would only know the rumors surrounding any possible information. Good luck!
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