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Rep. Lauren Boebert’s son Tyler arrested, faces 22 charges after alleged thefts

The eldest son of Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) was arrested Tuesday and faces 22 criminal charges, including five felonies, in connection with a series of theft charges in Colorado.

Tyler Boebert, 18, was charged with five felonies, including four counts of criminal possession of identification with multiple victims, and one count of conspiracy. According to Rifle Police Department.

The teen also faces four counts of first-degree criminal trespassing of a motor vehicle with intent to commit a crime, four counts of identity theft, possession with intent to use, and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He is also charged with a misdemeanor.

Tyler Boebert, who turns 19 in March, was also sentenced to three misdemeanor counts of theft under $300.

Tyler Boebert was arrested in Colorado on Tuesday and faces 22 charges related to the recent thefts. Rifle Police Department / Facebook
Congresswoman Lauren Boebert and Tyler pose for a photo in March 2021. Instagram/Lauren Boebert

Boebert’s arrest is the latest incident the teen has reported to police.

In 2022, Boebert was ticketed for “careless driving causing personal injury” after flipping her father’s SUV into a river bed in Garfield County, injuring a 19-year-old friend. According to Westword.

As part of his plea agreement, Tyler Boebert was ordered to participate in the “25 and Alive” driver awareness program.

Prosecutors reduced the matter to a defective headlight ticket on the vehicle, but Boebert did not appear in court in April 2023.

Tyler Boebert, 18, was charged with five felonies, including four counts of criminal possession of identification with multiple victims and one count of conspiracy, according to the Rifle Police Department. Rifle Police Department / Facebook
Lauren Boebert has four sons with ex-husband Jason. Instagram/Lauren Boebert

A bench warrant was issued for the teen, who ultimately called the court and requested a rescheduled hearing for a later date and a virtual appearance, and received a “25 Years Alive” certificate of completion. reportedly sent. Westword later reported.

In June, the Colorado Republican confirmed that Tyler was 36 years old and a grandmother when she and her girlfriend gave birth to their first son.

Earlier this month, the Republican lawmaker was granted a restraining order against her ex-husband, Jason Boebert, for threatening to harm her and himself over a 14-month period.

Jason Boebert was arrested on assault charges and released on bail from Garfield County Jail, a day after he claimed Lauren Boebert punched him in the face in a case of “domestic violence.”

“Over the past 14 months, he has made multiple suicide threats and threats to harm me,” the deputy alleged in a Feb. 2 filing in Garfield County Court.

Tyler’s three younger brothers were also included in the protection, but because Tyler is an adult, they were excluded.

In December, Boebert announced that she would not seek reelection in her current seat and would run for Colorado’s 4th Congressional District. zumapress.com

In December, Boebert announced that she would not seek reelection in her current seat and would run for Colorado’s 4th Congressional District.

“I will do everything in my power to represent the 3rd District for the remainder of my term, while working to earn the trust of grassroots conservative voters to represent the 4th District in 2025,” Boebert said. , 37 years old, said in a Facebook post announces her decision.

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