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Former Aspen businessman found guilty of marijuana crime, securities fraud
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A former Aspen businessman was convicted Friday by an Arapahoe County jury on six felony counts involving illegally cultivating marijuana, shipping it out state and swindling investors, according to prosecutors. Scott Pack, 41, now a California resident, was indicted in June 2017, along with 19 other defendants, after an investigation that started in August 2016, […]

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Pair pleads guilty to transporting roosters through Colorado for cockfighting
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BRECKENRIDGE — Two men pleaded guilty to animal cruelty resulting from their arrest for illegally transporting roosters through Colorado. Cody Smith of Kentucky and Austin Clanton of Tennessee were caught driving the birds across state lines in May, Summit Daily News reported Monday. Authorities believed the 33 roosters found in an SUV on Interstate 70 […]

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STEM School shooting suspect Alec McKinney pleads guilty to murder, other charges
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A 16-year-old who shot multiple students inside STEM School Highlands Ranch, killing one classmate, pleaded guilty Friday to first-degree murder and 16 other charges, though he may spend less than 30 years in prison. Alec McKinney faces a minimum sentence of life imprisonment with the possibility of parole after 40 years and a maximum penalty […]

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Three men found guilty in gang-related murder of burned woman
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A Jefferson County jury found three men guilty Wednesday of murdering 28-year-old Cymone Duran and setting her body on fire in retaliation for her cooperation with police in early 2018. Abel Candy Gallegos, 36, , Alonso Quintana, 28, and Rene Francisco Rosales, 36, were each found guilty of multiple crimes after a three-week trial that […]

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Handyman found guilty of setting off 2018 Denver apartment explosion
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A Denver jury on Friday found a 57-year-old handyman guilty of blowing up a Denver apartment building in August 2018 after a week-long trial. Todd Perkins was found guilty on 16 counts, including arson, attempted first-degree murder and first-degree assault, for setting off an explosion at a Baker apartment building that seriously injured himself and […]

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Thornton man pleads guilty to fatally stabbing girlfriend, stashing body in trunk
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A Thornton man who stabbed his girlfriend to death, loaded her body into a car trunk and drove to Wyoming has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. Jonathan Eugene Akin, 23, entered the plea Wednesday in Adams County District Court in the 2018 death of 21-year-old Autumn Rivera, according to a news release from the 17th […]

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Denver jury finds man guilty in 25-year-old cold case, kidnapping and sex assault
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A Denver jury on Wednesday found a 51-year-old man guilty in a 25-year-old cold case, convicting the defendant of sexual assault and kidnapping. The jury deliberated for about an hour, finding Troy Fields guilty of a 1994 sex assault, according to the district attorney’s office. In May 2016, a DNA match identified Fields as a […]

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Man who ran tax prep business in Denver pleads guilty to obstructing IRS
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A 63-year-old Denver man who ran a tax preparation business has pleaded guilty to obstructing the Internal Revenue Service. Gerardo Herrera pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court in Denver before U.S. District Judge William J. Martinez, according to a news release from the U.S. attorney’s office in Colorado. From January 2011 to May 2017, Herrera […]

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Denver jury finds lacrosse club founder not guilty in child sex assault case
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The founder of the Denver Lacrosse Club, a longtime youth sports program, has been found not guilty of child sex assault charges. A Denver jury on Friday “acquitted” Robert Gormley, 57, “of all charges” in a child sex assault case, according to his attorney, Kathryn Stimson, in an email. The Denver District Attorney’s Office verified […]

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Former Aurora police officer pleads guilty to stealing thousands from department charity funds
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A former Aurora police officer has pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of dollars from two department charities, including a fund for orphans. Roland Thomas Albert, 39, pleaded guilty on Monday to theft between $20,000 and $100,000 before Arapahoe District Judge Ben Leutwyler, according to court records. Prosecutors charged Albert with stealing about $80,000 from the […]

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Uber driver Michael Hancock not guilty of first-degree murder in shooting death of passenger
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Provided by Denver Police Department Michael Hancock Denver Uber driver Michael Hancock is not guilty of first-degree murder, a 12-member Denver jury decided Thursday after nearly 12 hours of deliberation. Jurors were not given the option of convicting Hancock of a lesser charge. So they had to decide whether the driver shot his passenger, Hyun […]

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Denver doctor pleads guilty to prescribing dangerous “Holy Trinity” combination of drugs
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A Denver doctor pleaded guilty Wednesday to illegally dispensing a dangerous combination of controlled substances known as the “Holy Trinity.” Rick Bowmer, Associated Press file This July 6, 2017 file photo shows prescription drugs in a glass flask at the state crime lab in Taylorsville, Utah. Dr. Andrew Mark Ho, 54, who practices internal medicine […]

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Denver police officer not guilty of assault charges for beating teen with metal baton
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A Denver police sergeant charged with assaulting a teenager was found not guilty Wednesday by a Denver jury. Denver Police Department, supplied Joseph Rodarte Sgt. Joseph Rodarte faced two charges of second-degree assault for using a metal baton to beat an unarmed teen who attempted to run from police. The teen suffered a broken leg, […]

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Air Force Academy cadet found not guilty of sexual assault
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Glenn Asakawa, The Denver Post file In this 2004 file photo, cadets file past the chapel at the United States Air Force Academy north of Colorado Springs, the most recognizable landmark on the campus. AIR FORCE ACADEMY — A third-year cadet at the U.S. Air Force Academy has been found not guilty of sexual assault. […]

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