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Some face police interference charges in protest at Cory Gardner’s office; building manager ID’d

DENVER – The 10 disability advocates arrested Thursday evening at the Denver office of U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., were all in the process of being released from jail Friday afternoon, save one woman who was not admitted to Denver’s jail because of her medical condition. The Denver Police Department criminal complaints for those arrested all say […]

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Louisiana sex offender fugitive caught in Boulder County with 16-year-old runaway

BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. – A wanted sex offender out of Louisiana was found with a 16-year-old runaway Thursday off the Peak to Peak Highway in Boulder County. Stephen Broussard, 36, was wanted out of Louisiana on two felony warrants for failing to register as a sex offender and contributing to the delinquency of minors. The FBI, Boulder […]

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Teenager accused of killing 10-year-old Kiaya Campbell due in court Friday

ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. – The teenaged boy accused of killing a 10-year-old Thornton girl earlier this month will be back in an Adams County courtroom Friday. At the hearing, which is scheduled for 1:30 p.m., a judge will determine what bond will be set for the 15-year-old boy, who faces a first-degree murder charge and a murder of […]

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Man arrested on murder charge in death of Fort Collins woman found in lake

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Police arrested a man Wednesday on murder charges for the death of a young woman whose body was found floating in Sheldon Lake at Fort Collins City Park last week. Heather “Helena” Hoffmann’s body was found in the lake last Wednesday, and police said at the time that they were treating her death as suspicious. The […]

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Federal prosecutors appeal Uzbek terror suspect’s imminent release in Colorado

DENVER – U.S. Justice Department prosecutors on Monday appealed the granting of bail to Uzbek terrorism suspect Jamshid Muhtorov, and his release was postponed Monday to later this week in order to give the court more time to be sure that his home is an acceptable place for him to stay while he awaits trial on a terrorism charge. U.S. […]

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Undocumented Denver-area woman with 3 kids deported to Mexico

DENVER – The Denver-area mother of several children arrested by federal immigration agents last Wednesday during a routine check-in was deported to Mexico on Friday, a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesman said Sunday. Ilse Cristina Rodriguez-Sagarnaga, 30, (also known as Isle Christina by ICE) was removed to Juarez, Mexico via El Paso, Texas on Friday, said ICE […]

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Undocumented mother of 3 U.S. citizens in process of being deported

UPDATE: Rodriguez-Sagarnaga has been transported to Arizona where she is expected to be immediately deported to Mexico, according to her attorney. — DENVER – Another undocumented woman, who is the mother of three U.S.-citizen children, was arrested Wednesday by immigration agents in Denver and faces immediate deportation. Ilse Cristina Rodriguez-Sagarnaga, 30, was arrested by U.S. Immigration […]

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Uzbek terrorism suspect Jamshid Muhtorov ordered to be released from Colorado custody after 5+ years

DENVER – A federal judge in Denver on Friday ordered the release of a refugee from Uzbekistan first jailed in 2012 on suspicions he was providing support to an Islamic jihadist group overseas, and who has yet to face a trial on the charges. Jamshid Muhtorov will remain in U.S. Marshals custody until U.S. District […]

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Coloradan who shot neighbor over squirrel-feeding dispute found guilty of attempted murder, assault

BOULDER, Colo. – A Boulder County jury found the man accused of shooting his neighbor amid a dispute over squirrel-feeding guilty of attempted second-degree murder and first-degree assault Friday. Attorneys for 60-year-old Jon Barbour had argued he was acting in self-defense when he shot his neighbor, Jeffrey Browning, in the back in May 2016. Barbour […]

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Denver man convicted of lying about combat deployment, PTSD to get VA disability benefits

DENVER – A Denver man received disability pay from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for two years after claiming he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder from a deployment overseas, despite never having been deployed and being dishonorably discharged from the U.S. Army. Cameo Williams, 34, was found guilty by a federal jury on Monday […]

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