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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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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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Jefferson County Deputies Receive New Tips About Unsolved Nick Kunselman, Stephanie Hart-Grizzell Murders 20 Years Later
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JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – In the days following the 20th anniversary of what has long been known as the “Subway murders” in Jefferson County, deputies have received more than a dozen tips. It was Valentine’s Day in 2000 when Nick Kunselman and his girlfriend Stephanie Hart-Grizzell were shot to death. Nickolas Kunselman and Stephanie […]

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Kelsey Berreth murder case: Longtime friend of Patrick Frazee testifies about suspicious conversations he had after disappearance
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Investigators found a partial tooth in the dirt next to an area of melted plastic where prosecutors’ key witness said Patrick Frazee burned the body of his fiancé, Kelsey Berreth, after he killed her. But at the end of Friday’s testimony it remained unclear whether the tooth belonged to the 29-year-old instructor pilot. If it […]

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Death of unarmed 23-year-old in police custody prompts questions about increasingly common use of ketamine as sedative for agitated patients
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A Denver lawyer and the family of an Aurora man who died after a violent police encounter are questioning paramedics’ use of a strong sedative that is becoming an increasingly common way for Colorado first responders to treat extremely agitated people. Ninety fire departments and emergency medical service agencies across Colorado — including those in […]

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Someone stole this Fort Collins food truck, and the owner’s “crazy mad” about it
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Michelle Aldrich was just getting back to work this summer when, all of a sudden, her work was stolen. The owner of The Goodness food truck in Fort Collins said her mobile restaurant was taken early Monday morning from its spot in the American Legion parking lot. “I’m crazy mad,” Aldrich told The Denver Post. […]

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Lifetime plans to release television movie about the murders of Shanann Watts and her daughters
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Lifetime television channel plans to release a movie about the murders of Frederick mother Shanann Watts and her daughters. Colorado Bureau of Investigation via Twitter From left: Shanann Watts, Bella Watts and Celeste Watts The movie, slated to debut in 2020, will dramatize the horrific murders of the young mother, 3-year-old Celeste and 4-year-old Bella […]

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Man shot in west Denver boards RTD bus, rides about 5 miles before being taken to hospital
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A man shot in west Denver on Wednesday afternoon boarded an RTD bus and rode for about 5 miles before police were notified of the shooting. The shooting happened about 1:40 p.m. near the intersection of West Colfax Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard, said Doug Schepman, a police spokesman ALERT: #DPD is investigating a shooting in […]

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Chris Watts tells investigators more details about the murders of his wife, two daughters
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Christopher Watts provided local, state and federal investigators with more details about the murders of his wife, Shanann, and his daughters, Bella and Celeste, in interviews at the Wisconsin prison where he is being held, which were conducted last week. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation said Thursday that investigators from CBI, the Federal Bureau of […]

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Two injured in separate shootings in Denver about 12 minutes apart
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Two people were injured in two separate shootings early Sunday morning about 12 minutes apart in different neighborhoods. Denver police responded at 12:46 a.m. to the 700 block of Lipan Street in the Lincoln Park neighborhood to investigate a shooting, Denver police spokesman Tyrone Campbell said. One person was injured in the shooting and transported […]

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Five things to know about state Rep. Joe Salazar, one of two Democratic candidates for Colorado attorney general
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State Rep. Joe Salazar, a three-term member of the Colorado General Assembly and a civil rights attorney, is one of two Democrats running for Colorado attorney general in the June primary. He has worked as an investigator for the Colorado Civil Rights Division and as a criminal investigator for the Colorado Division of Insurance. With […]

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Sho Kosugi and the Ninja Warriors!
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The year was 2006, and it was my first visit to Hollywood. Whom did I choose to meet first on that day? The foremost name in ninja movies: Sho Kosugi. There I was, standing in his office in the heart of Tinseltown, having just wrapped an hourlong interview on the master movie ninja’s life, career […]

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Florida deputy fatally shot in the head after responding to dispute about a cat, police say
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Deputy William Gentry was only responding to a dispute over a cat. A homeowner in a Lake Placid, Florida, neighborhood had called 911 to complain that a neighbor shot her cat Sunday evening. Gentry arrived with a deputy-in-training to speak to the cat’s owner, then ventured over to the neighbor’s front door by himself to […]

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What you need to know about the search for Denver’s next police chief
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Denver’s top public safety official on Thursday offered more details on how the search for a new police chief will unfold. If all goes as planned, a new police chief should be chosen by mid-summer. Chief Robert White announced his retirement last month and has said he will remain on the job until a new […]

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