Campfire Colorado was the first to bring you news three months ago about a homeless man pooping on one of Denver’s most exclusive neighborhoods.
Today, KDVR News has the SCOOP on a different type of POOP crime in Denver.
According to KDVR, a man walking his dog in Denver pooped on his neighbor’s lawn as payback.
Payback for what?
Well, apparently the offender previously failed to SCOOP up his dog’s poop and the neighbor caught it on camera and then posted the video to Nextdoor.
So the guy came back one night and pooped on the neighbor’s lawn.
KDVR has the details and the full video segment here:
“A man was walking his dog, comes up here, pulls his shorts down and defecated on our property,” Roush said.
He just installed a security camera and plans to buy more after he says people were leaving behind their dog’s feces. Little did he know his camera would catch a man leaving behind his own.
Roush believes this was retaliation for a post he made on the Nextdoor app showing a man not cleaning up after his pet. He said that man resembles the person who came back and left his version of payback.
The Denver Police Department is investigating and according to city code, anyone who urinates or defecates in any public way or place can be charged with a Class 2 offense and can see up to 60 days in jail.