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Armed bank robber strikes in Westminster, Aurora
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Investigators are looking for an armed bank robber, sporting a green Boston Celtics baseball cap, who struck twice this week on different ends of the metro area. The first robbery happened about 9:35 a.m. Tuesday at US Bank, 5211 W. 72nd Ave., Westminster, according to a news release. The robber, who was armed with a gun, fled […]

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Denver to expand gunshot-detection system into downtown, add officers in Ballpark neighborhood after uptick in crime
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More officers will walk Denver’s Ballpark neighborhood and police will expand their gunshot-detection technology into downtown after the city’s core saw an uptick in homicides and other crimes last year. Ten people were killed in the Central Business District and the Five Points neighborhood in 2018 — nearly as many as the number of homicides […]

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Lesson Plans Wednesday, March 20, 2019
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Beginner (A3) Punches-Left/Right combination Front Kick (groin) Knees Drill: Shared Tabata Round: 1 curved kick shield. Partner A strikes for the first 20 seconds with maximum effort, switch pad during 10 second rest, then Partner B performs same strikes to pad, in the following order: left right combination, front kick (groin), knees, sprawl to a […]

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Lesson Plans Monday, January 29, 2018
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BEGINNER CLASS (A1) Straight Punches Groin Kick Drill: A/B drill with straight punches or groin kicks Choke from the Side Drill: eyes closed, choke from either side Drill: eyes closed, choke from the side or strikes from any angle (hammer fist, straight punches, groin kicks)   INTERMEDIATE CLASS (A1) Hook Punch Uppercut Punch Combo #8 […]

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CSU hosts first northern Colorado human trafficking symposium
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Fighting the state’s sex trade industry will be the focus of northern Colorado’s first-ever Human Trafficking Symposium at Colorado State University on Feb. 22. The day-long event will cover the many facets of human trafficking to help northern Colorado professionals, community members, faculty, staff and students learn more and receive training to combat it, organizers […]

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Denver police investigate Friday morning homicide
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Denver police are investigating a man’s homicide that happened early Friday on the 1500 block of Perry Street. Police have not released the name of the victim or the circumstances of the homicide. “It’s still very early in the investigation. From here, investigators are going to work as hard as they can to piece together […]

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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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Colorado man pleads guilty to Wyoming wildfire burglaries
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LARAMIE, Wyo. — A 35-year-old Colorado man has pleaded guilty to burglarizing homes evacuated during a wildfire in southern Wyoming. The Laramie Boomerang reports that Jayce Peterson pleaded guilty to burglary and theft charges on Friday before District Judge Tori Kricken in a plea agreement with prosecutors. In exchange for the plea, prosecutors dropped an […]

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Intruders shoot service dog defending her owner in Wheat Ridge motel robbery
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A man and a woman broke into a Wheat Ridge motel room, pistol whipped a guest and shot the victim’s service dog, who was trying to protect her owner. The incident happened at about 11:30 p.m. Nov. 10 at the American Motel, just off Interstate 70 and Kipling Street, police said. The assailants stole personal belongings […]

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What school resource officers say: “They get the product from their parents or other family members”
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The Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area since 2015 has surveyed school resource officers regarding marijuana use in schools, and asks for anonymous written comments about what they see. Here is a sampling of those responses: Related Articles Police across Colorado questioning whether youths are using marijuana less Surveys state of Colorado relies on […]

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Greeley Stampede violated alcohol laws for more than a decade, authorities say
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Greeley Tribune file photo In this 2015 Tribune file photo, carnival-goers walk by the ferris wheel outside the Stampede Arena in Greeley. The Greeley Stampede has recently come under fire for flouting liquor laws, and faces a more formal event review process for this year’s event. Greeley Independence Stampede Inc. has for years violated state […]

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Evans man sentenced for tricking his girlfriend’s 87-year-old grandfather into signing over his home
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An Evans man was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison for tricking his girlfriend’s 87-year-old grandfather into signing his house over to him. Weld County District Attorney Jonny Stewart Jonny Stewart, 34, was arrested and charged for the incident in August of 2017, according to the Weld County District Attorney’s Office. The victim, who owned […]

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Boulder police launch internal investigation after officers confront black man picking up trash
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Boulder police on Monday launched an internal investigation after video surfaced of multiple officers confronting a black man who was picking up trash at his own house. According to a news release, a Boulder police officer observed a man sitting in a partially enclosed patio area behind a “private property” sign in the 2300 block […]

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Bill eliminating cash bail for minor crimes in Colorado awaits governor’s signature after unanimous support in legislature
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The poorest of Coloradans would no longer sit in jail for sleeping on a park bench or drinking in public because they can’t afford to pay bail for minor offenses if the governor signs a bill that cleared its final legislative hurdle Monday. The law would ban judges from setting monetary bail for traffic offenses […]

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