Man Accused of Forcing His Way into Longmont Home, Threatening Woman with Knife Set for Trial
A man accused of forcing his way into a woman’s home and then threatening her with a knife is set for trial in February.
David Riley, 51, will stand trial beginning Feb. 18 on charges of burglary, trespassing, felony menacing, third-degree assault, unlawful sexual contact and harassment.
He remains in the Boulder County Jail on $1,000 bond.
According to police, Riley had been working on a woman’s car and agreed to take her to Aurora on April 10 for an appointment. After the appointment, the woman said Riley drove around for several hours even when she asked him to take her home.
The woman told police that when they got back to Longmont and she went into her home, Riley forced his way in and threatened her with a knife.
Riley cut the woman’s finger, according to police.
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