Published: Nov. 10, 2020

A screenshot of the CU Boulder campus map showing the Marine Court Apartments and parking lotsOn Nov. 10, 2020, at approximately 7:15 a.m., the CU Boulder Police Department (CUPD) was notified of a possible aggravated assault with a vehicle. The incident occurred in the parking lot at 1350 20th St. in the area of the Marine Court Apartments. The victim reported seeing the suspect squatting near the victim’s vehicle going to the bathroom. The victim and the suspect got into a verbal altercation. The suspect then entered a pickup truck and the victim backed up onto the sidewalk to give the truck room to leave. The suspect then backed the vehicle up onto the sidewalk toward the victim. The victim believed the suspect was trying to hit him with his vehicle.  

The suspect was perceived to be:

  • a white male in his late 20s
  • 5’9” to 5’11” tall, medium build 
  • Brown hair and brown eyes
  • Clean shaven with possible acne scars on his face
  • Wearing a blue jacket with brown pants.

The vehicle was later located in the King Soopers parking lot at 1650 30th St., but the suspect was not located during a search of the area. The vehicle is registered to Cody Glenn Coon of Round Rock, Texas.

CUPD continues to investigate the incident. Anyone with information regarding this crime or the suspect’s location is encouraged to contact CUPD at (303) 492-6666. If you wish to share information anonymously, information on contacting Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers is available at www.colorado.edu/police/records-reports/anonymous-reporting.

This message is being sent pursuant to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (“Clery Act”), a federal law that requires disclosure of major crime and policy information. For more information on the Clery Act and CU Boulder’s policies, please see www.colorado.edu/clery

Help fight crime by reporting suspicious persons or activity to CUPD immediately. Please note that race, ethnicity, gender, and/or religious affiliations are not considered the basis for suspicion; only behaviors are considered suspicious.

If you have experienced a traumatic incident, you have options for services and assistance. For free and confidential support please contact CU Boulder’s Office of Victim Assistance (OVA), 303-492-8855. OVA is a resource for those impacted by traumatic experiences as well as for those supporting impacted people.

 

Screengrab of the back of the suspect and his truck as he is getting in the driver's seat.

Screenshot of the back of the suspect and his truck as he is getting in the driver's seat.