Rep. Lauren Boebert’s Son Arrested on Multiple Charges, Including Felonies

Rep. Lauren Boebert’s oldest son, Tyler Boebert, has been arrested and is facing a total of 22 criminal charges, including five felonies, following a series of alleged thefts in Colorado. The 18-year-old was taken into custody on Tuesday, with the Rifle Police Department revealing the charges against him.

Tyler Boebert has been charged with five felonies, including four counts of Criminal Possession of ID Documents with Multiple Victims and one Conspiracy to Commit charge. Additionally, he faces misdemeanor charges of four first-degree criminal trespassing of an automobile with intent to commit a crime, four charges of identity theft possession with intent to use, and two charges for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Furthermore, he has been handed three petty offenses for theft, each involving an amount less than $300.

This recent arrest is not Tyler Boebert’s first encounter with law enforcement. In 2022, he received a “careless driving causing bodily injury” ticket after flipping his father’s SUV into a creek bed in Garfield County, resulting in injuries to his 19-year-old friend. As part of a plea deal, Tyler Boebert was required to attend a driver’s awareness program called “Alive at 25.” However, he failed to appear for his court hearing in April 2023, leading to a bench warrant being issued. Eventually, he contacted the court and requested a virtual appearance, providing the completion certificate for the program.

In June, Rep. Lauren Boebert, a Republican from Colorado, announced that she had become a grandmother at the age of 36 when Tyler and his girlfriend welcomed their first child. More recently, the congresswoman obtained a restraining order against her ex-husband, Jayson Boebert, who allegedly made threats to harm her and himself over a 14-month period. Jayson Boebert was subsequently arrested on assault charges.

It is worth noting that Rep. Lauren Boebert has decided not to seek reelection for her current seat but instead plans to run for Colorado’s 4th congressional district in the future.

Author: CrimeDoor

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