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Three masked, armed men rob cash from armored truck in Greenwood Village
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Three armed and masked men robbed an armored truck Wednesday afternoon in Greenwood Village startling a guard, ordering the victim to the ground with a weapon to her head as the truck was ransacked. The three robbers quickly fled in an SUV. The frightening, lightning-quick robbery happened at about 2:30 p.m. in a parking lot […]

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10 arrested in bust that yields drugs, guns, cash from northern Colorado crime ring
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Authorities this week seized heroin, meth, opioids, weed, cocaine, mushrooms and an assortment of firearms — and arrested 10 people — from a criminal ring operating along the northern Front Range, a news release from the Northern Colorado Drug Task Force stated Friday. Click to enlarge The task force conducted an eight-month probe, dubbed Operation […]

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Feds arrest dozens of people, seize millions in property and cash as part of black market marijuana investigation
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A two-year investigation into a black market marijuana operation has resulted in dozens of arrests and the seizure of more than $1 million, marijuana plants and luxury cars. Raids on the homes began early Wednesday morning as hundreds of federal, state and local law enforcement agents fanned across the Front Range suburbs to bust illegal […]

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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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Colorado lawmakers consider banning cash bail for petty crimes, joining national reform movement
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Coloradans facing petty charges would no longer have to pay money before being released from jail if a bill considered Thursday by state lawmakers becomes law. Joe Amon, The Denver Post State representative Leslie Herod, D-Denver, speaking in the house in 2017. Under current law, a municipal charge for trespassing or drinking in public can […]

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