Shocking Scandal Unveiled: U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s Son, Tyler, Arrested in Bizarre Crime Spree! What We Know Will Leave You Speechless

Tyler Boebert, the 18-year-old son of U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, was arrested on Tuesday by Rifle police officers in connection with a series of vehicle trespasses and property thefts in the town.

Shocking Scandal Unveiled: U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert's Son

While specific details have not been released, records from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) indicate that Tyler Boebert was involved in breaking into vehicles to steal credit cards and various identification documents, including driver’s licenses and passports.

According to CBI documents disclosed on Tuesday night, Tyler Boebert is facing multiple felony charges, including criminal possession of multiple stolen financial devices and criminal possession of identification documents. These offenses are classified as class 6 felonies, carrying a potential punishment of 12 to 18 months in prison and fines up to $100,000. In addition, Tyler Boebert is confronted with “over 15 additional misdemeanor and petty offenses,” as stated by Rifle police.

A redacted affidavit released on Wednesday outlines how investigators identified Tyler Boebert. Reports of break-ins and thefts were received by Rifle police last week, leading to the investigation. The affidavit details accounts from four victims who had items stolen, such as debit cards, social security cards, and driver’s licenses, resulting in unauthorized charges on their credit and debit cards. The arresting officer used financial statements to trace the suspects, reviewing gas station footage where Tyler Boebert was recognized. Accompanied by three others, he wore a hoodie featuring branding from his mother’s former restaurant, Shooters Grill.

The officer sought verification of their identities through Rifle High School’s principal. After multiple interviews, identities were confirmed. Tyler Boebert was voluntarily questioned outside his home on Tuesday and subsequently arrested.

Tyler Boebert spent the night in Garfield County jail after his Tuesday arrest, and he was released after a court hearing on Wednesday. In a statement, Lauren Boebert expressed continued support for her son, acknowledging his public challenges and emphasizing that he will be held accountable for his actions.

During his first court appearance, Tyler Boebert, clad in a Garfield County jail jumpsuit, had a bond set at $1,250. His next court date is scheduled for April 11, with the judge ordering redaction of the affidavit due to the involvement of minors in the alleged break-ins.

This arrest adds to a series of incidents involving the Boeberts and law enforcement, including a recent case where Tyler Boebert was reportedly the victim of domestic abuse during an altercation with his father, Jayson Boebert, who was arrested in January. The family has been entangled in personal troubles, contributing to Lauren Boebert’s decision to run for office in Colorado’s 4th Congressional District.

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