LONGMONT, Colo. –
A Longmont couple who police say were threatened Thursday night by two vehicles full of people wielding river rocks and brass knuckles led some of their attackers right to the Longmont Police Department.
Cmdr. Tim Lewis said two cars pulled up and surrounded the couple about 9 p.m. Thursday as they were leaving a Schlotzsky’s restaurant in south Longmont. The woman managed to drive around the mob and headed for the police station at 225 Kimbark St.
When they arrived, one of the two pursuing cars entered the police parking lot behind the couple, Lewis said.
Officers arrested two people in the car: Taylor Upton, 19, on suspicion of reckless driving, driving with a revoked license, two counts of reckless endangerment and driving without proof of insurance; and Angelo Goutos, 19, on suspicion of two counts of felony menacing.
A third person, Branden Eckert, 19, ran but was caught less than two blocks away, Lewis said. He was arrested on suspicion of two counts of felony menacing.
The second car, which police are still looking for, drove off.