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Charges filed against driver who allegedly struck, killed state trooper during bomb cyclone
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The 19th Judicial District Attorney’s Office on Wednesday filed charges against a Centennial man accused of crashing into and killing a Colorado State Patrol trooper during last month’s bomb cyclone storm. John Carpenter, 58, has been charged with failure to exercise due care when approaching a stationary vehicle — death and careless driving causing death. […]

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Driver facing attempted-murder charge in Arapahoe County hit-and-run now alleged to be intentional
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New charges filed on Thursday allege an Aurora man intentionally caused an April 5 hit-and-run that injured two juveniles, a Colorado State Patrol spokesman said. Oghaleoghene Atunu, 21, was initially arrested Saturday on charges related to reckless driving and leaving the scene of a crash. Thursday’s charges were filed after additional evidence was found, said Gary […]

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Aurora police report shooting at Expo Park
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The Aurora Police Department is investigating a shooting at Expo Park, according to a Wednesday morning tweet. An adult male was taken to a hospital for injuries. Police have not released suspect information. The park is located at 10955 E. Exposition Ave. This story is developing and will be updated. #APDAlert Officers on scene of […]

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Sol Pais, woman “infatuated with Columbine,” found dead of self-inflicted gunshot wound near base of Mount Evans
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Sol Pais, the 18-year-old Florida woman who FBI officials said was “infatuated with Columbine” and whose presence in Colorado triggered hundreds of schools to close, was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound off of a trail at the base of Mount Evans, Clear Creek County Sheriff Rick Albers said. Albers, who saw pictures of […]

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Denver police identify victim of shooting as teen, still looking for suspects
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Denver police are asking for the public’s help in finding suspects who shot and killed a 16-year-old boy Thursday. Bryan DeHerrera was killed at 9:20 a.m. Thursday in the 100 block of Yuma Street. He was wounded at the scene and taken to a hospital where he died of gunshot wounds, the Denver coroner said. […]

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Young black couple sues Aurora police after broken tail light leads to frisks, car search
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A young black couple has sued an Aurora police officer and the Aurora Police Department claiming the officer searched them and their car without probable cause after they were pulled over for a broken tail light. Angela Brown and her husband Keith Penny brought the lawsuit Monday in U.S. District Court in Denver against officer […]

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Robbers hit several Colorado Springs businesses, police say
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COLORADO SPRINGS — Police say they believe the same group of people was responsible for seven overnight armed robberies that included three Colorado Springs convenience stores, a motel and a gas station. Police say the string of crimes began when a person was robbed at about 10 p.m. Saturday. The robbers then hit the first […]

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Tushar Rae, Dean at Aurora West, arrested again Friday in Denver after posting bond
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Denver Police Department Tushar Rae The dean of instruction at Aurora West College Preparatory Academy arrested last week, accused of threatening school officials on campus with a gun, was arrested in Denver overnight. Jail records show Tushar Rae, 30, was arrested overnight in Denver on felony menacing and false imprisonment charges. He appeared in Denver […]

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Hunting bans for poachers who killed bear at Aspen landfill
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ASPEN, Colo. — A father and son who pleaded guilty to poaching a bear at a landfill in western Colorado have been banned from hunting and fishing in most of the United States. Related Articles Poachers banned from hunting after they killed bear at Colorado landfill The Aspen Times reports 56-year-old Dan Roe was banned […]

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Colorado man who pretended to be blind sentenced for defrauding VA out of nearly $1.3M
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DENVER — A Colorado man has been sentenced to a year in prison for defrauding the Department of Veterans Affairs out of nearly $1.3 million by pretending to be blind. Mike Blea, of Northglenn, was sentenced Wednesday and ordered to pay the VA $1,273,180 in restitution. Investigators say Blea is a Vietnam veteran who started […]

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6 wanted for burning swastika on playground near Denver elementary school
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Surveillance images of men suspected of burning a swastika on Monday, April 8, 2019, at Ellis Elementary School in Denver. Authorities released security camera images on Friday of six men wanted for a hate-related incident at Ellis Elementary School. Related Articles Columbine High School shooting focuses on “Trench Coat Mafia” Swastika burned into asphalt near […]

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No charges for RTD operator who caused derailment in Aurora that injured 9
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The driver of an RTD train will not face charges for a January derailment that injured nine passengers, including a woman who was ejected from the train and whose leg was severed. Aurora police investigated the operator, Jeremiah Hartzell, and recommended he face nine assault charges. However, prosecutors in the 18th Judicial District declined to […]

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Two people found dead in Aurora home; no suspects sought
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Aurora detectives are investigating the discovery early Friday morning of the bodies of two people inside an Aurora home after neighbors heard gunshots. The cause and manner of death of the two people have not been released. The Arapahoe County Coroner’s Office will make that determination. “We are not looking for anyone else in connection […]

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Former educator pleads guilty to taking upskirt videos of students at Castle Rock secondary school
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Castle Rock Police Department Steven Michael Jenkins A former staffer at a Castle Rock secondary school pleaded guilty Monday to secretly recording up-skirt videos of juvenile girls at the school. Steven Michael Jenkins, 56, a former instructional coach, pleaded guilty to one count of invasion of privacy for sexual gratification where the victim was under […]

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