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Weld County sheriff warns residents about police impersonator
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The Weld County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday warned residents about a police impersonator who has been pulling vehicles over throughout the county. Investigators believe the impersonator, described as a heavy-set white man with light hair, may be driving a black Dodge Charger with emergency lights on the dashboard and may be wearing dark clothing intended […]

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Death penalty dropped in Adams County sheriff deputy’s killing; trial postponed again
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The 24-year-old man accused of killing an Adams County sheriff’s deputy no longer faces the death penalty, District Judge Mark Warner ruled Wednesday. The judge granted a petition filed by 17th Judicial District Attorney Dave Young Monday asking that the death penalty option be withdrawn from the case. Young wrote in the motion that seeking […]

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Driver stopped by fake officer in Fort Collins for fraudulent stay-at-home check
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Another report of a police impersonator was announced Tuesday, this one in Fort Collins involving a driver, a woman, who was stopped in a bogus stay-at-home compliance check. The incident happened at about 11:45 a.m. on Thursday at Harmony and Timberline roads, police said in a news release. A man, wearing a dark blue police […]

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Windows shot out of parked vehicles in Manitou Springs
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A vandal, or vandals, have twice this week shot out windows of parked vehicles in Manitou Springs and police, in partnership with a local business, are aiming to identify and arrest the culprit. The vandalism came during Colorado’s stay-at-home order because of the coronavirus outbreak. “Now is not the time for senseless vandalism,” a Pikes […]

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Inmate at Denver downtown jail tests positive for coronavirus
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An inmate at Denver’s Downtown Detention Center tested positive for the novel coronavirus, city officials announced Monday. The inmate is isolated in the medical unit and is being monitored by Denver Health staff, according to a city news release. The housing unit where the inmate had been living is being decontaminated. As of 10:30 a.m. […]

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Weld County sheriff’s deputies searching for suspect who taped firecrackers to live gas meter
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Weld County Sheriff’s Office Firecrackers tapped to a live gas meter line at a home in unincorporated Weld northeast of Brighton Wednesday, March 25, 2020. By Anne Delaney, Greeley Tribune The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information about a suspect or suspects who taped several firecrackers to a gas meter March 25 in an […]

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Police impersonator in Aurora conducts traffic stop, questions woman about violating coronavirus rules
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A man posing as a police officer in a car with emergency lights pulled over a female driver in Aurora Wednesday and questioned her about violating COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. Police determined the person who made the Wednesday night traffic stop was not an Aurora or Denver police officer, according to an Aurora Police Department news […]

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Federal prosecutors find no civil rights violations in Colorado Springs police shooting of De’Von Bailey
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Federal prosecutors found that Colorado Springs police officers did not criminally violate De’Von Bailey‘s civil rights when they fatally shot the 19-year-old in the back, the office of the U.S. Attorney for Colorado announced Friday. The FBI investigated the shooting and sent its findings to the prosecutors’ office, which found the officers did not willfully […]

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Gannon Stauch case: Memorial services to be held in Colorado and South Carolina
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National Center for Missing and Exploited Children via AP Gannon Stauch The parents of Gannon Stauch will hold memorial services in Colorado and South Carolina once COVID-19 restrictions allow for travel. Gannon Stauch’s family have not finalized any dates because of the many complicating factors linked to COVID-19,  Cynthia Coffman, the former Colorado attorney general […]

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Immigration attorneys required to wear masks, gloves to represent clients in Aurora detention center court
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Colorado immigration attorneys are now required by federal officials to wear gloves, masks and eye protection to represent clients in courtrooms inside the Aurora detention center — the same equipment so desperately needed by medical professionals treating patients with the coronavirus. The mandate from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement means attorneys must decide whether they […]

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No charges against Firestone police officer who shot woman at hotel
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A Firestone police officer who shot and wounded a woman at a Weld County hotel will not face criminal charges. Weld District Attorney Michael Rourke determined the officer was justified in shooting Sarah Jesser on Feb.13 at an Econo Lodge near Interstate 25 in Weld County because she opened fire on them, according to a […]

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Man killed in Aurora apartment shooting
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A man was killed in a shooting at an apartment complex in Aurora Saturday afternoon. Police officers responded to the Windsor Court Apartments in the 10900 block of East 16th Avenue around 5:45 p.m. and found a man inside an apartment who had been shot, according to a statement from Aurora police Lt. Chris Amsler. […]

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Adams County death penalty trial postponed due to coronavirus
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The high-profile death penalty trial in the killing of an Adams County sheriff’s deputy will be postponed for at least two weeks because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, a judge ruled Monday. Adams County Sheriff's Office Dreion Martise Dearing The trial for Dreion Dearing, who is accused of killing Deputy Heath Gumm during a chase […]

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Colorado state corrections adjusting staffing, inmate populations, to battle conronavirus
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The number of staffers in state prisons are being temporarily reduced and parolees who have been arrested for low-level infractions are being released as the Colorado Department of Corrections battles the coronavirus. The CDOC announced on Monday that it has tested nine inmates for coronavirus, and six of the tests were negative and the other […]

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