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James Allbee, Procedural Expert with Metro Intelligence Agency, and Reporter Andrea Henderson with Fox31 – Denver, reviewed the circumstances involving the arrest of William Kenneth Jones by Boulder Police Department. The Boulder Police confirmed that they recovered several items in Jones possession ranging from drugs, a hand grenade, collector baseball cards and jewelry. Boulder Police received a report of a male sleeping in front of an apartment door. Upon arrival they woke him and recognized Jones from previous Law Enforcement contacts.
While attempting to take Jones into custody for an outstanding warrant, Jones proceeded to pull a gun from his backpack where he was quickly taken into custody. Jones was found to be in possession of:

• 12.80 grams of M-30 pills (commonly known to contain fentanyl)
• 12.94 grams of a prescription for methylphenidate, which is a Schedule II medication
• A scale with phone numbers written on a piece of paper inside it
• Four knives, one with crushed M-30 residue on it
• Six collector-signed baseball cards
• A bag containing men’s and women’s jewelry along with foreign currency
• 10 watches worth more than $10,000
• Four cell phones
• A silver magazine that accepts 9mm ammo
• Over 100 gift cards, of which 38 had either a name or a dollar amount written on it
• Five RTD bus passes
• One Texas driver’s license

Jones was booked in at the Boulder County Jail for special offender drug felony and a failure to appear felony warrant for dangerous drugs