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Police notes: Dead animal found in Frederick park
Frederick police tooka report of a dead animal at Centennial Park on Oct. 8.The payment aconstruction company in Frederick made to a vendor was intercepted and sent to a fraudulent account on Oct. 9, according to police reports.Longmont police receiveda report of a trailer theft in the 700 block of
Aurora man sentenced to 6 months in jail for using dog for sex acts; dog likely to be euthanized
An Arapahoe County judge on Tuesday sentenced Frederick Manzanares, 51, to six months in jail and two years of supervised probation for participating in sex acts with the dog and his former girlfriend. Manzanarespleaded guilty to two counts of misdemeanor animal crueltyin September.
Crash on I-25 north of Denver has southbound lanes closed at Dacono
I-25 SB: Crash at Exit 232 – Dacono (Erie). Road closed. All southbound lanes blocked at Erie Parkway, traffic passing on left shoulder— CDOT (@ColoradoDOT)October 16, 2018
Woman charged with vehicular homicide for deadly Westminster crash that killed passenger
Cheryl Denise Medina, 52, is charged with vehicular homicide – DUI, vehicular homicide, driving without insurance and driving under restraint.
Bear caught on camera breaking into vehicle in west Boulder
“Delicate in the way he opens all the doors, brutal indifference in remembering to shut them,” Red Van Workshop wrote in the tweet.
Frozen teens rescued after overnight camping trip in western Boulder County
BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. -- Two teenage cousins who were on an overnight winter camping trip were found early Monday morning suffering from frostbite and their tent "shredded by the wind" after a more than 18-hour rescue effort, the Boulder County Sheriff's Office said.
Is something eerie and strange happening inside Erie town hall?
"The town's been doing well financially,” said trustee Dan Woog. “And with all these people leaving, it does beg the question: Are they concerned with a new direction? Do we have a new direction? Those are questions I don’t know. I'd like them answered. And I’m sure a lot of residents would, as well
Weld County coroner asks judge to keep autopsy reports sealed in Christopher Watts murder case
Christopher Watts, 33, of Frederick, is accused of killing his pregnant wife Shanann Watts, 34, along with their children Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3, in August. He is charged with five counts of first-degree murder, one count of first-degree unlawful termination of pregnancy and three counts of tamper
Boulder home security camera catches methodical bear opening multiple car doors during snowstorm
While many Front Range residents were snuggled in bed early Sunday morning during the first snowstorm of the season, one bear decided the moment was perfect for some minor trespassing.A couple in west Boulder woke Sunday morning to find three of their car’s doors open, allowing inches of snow to dri
2 Colorado Sears stores among 142 to close nationwide
It’s possible that more stores, or possibly all stores, could end up closing if the company isn’t able to restructure in bankruptcy.
Emergency railroad repairs to close section of Ken Pratt, Nelson Road in Longmont starting at 9 a.m. Tuesday
Work will start at 9 a.m. and is slated to last six hours; city advises alternate routesA section of Ken Pratt Boulevard and Nelson Road in Longmont will be closed at 9 a.m. Tuesday so a broken railroad line can be repaired. The public is urged to use alternate routes, according to a post on the cit
Longmont police notes: Hit and run driver arrested
Longmont police arresteda driver who crashed into a vehicle in the 1300 block of S. Coffman Street on Sunday and then fled the scene.Police are investigatinga disturbance that happened in the 600 block of Frontage Road on Sunday. So far, no arrests have been made.Two men weresummoned for a road rage
Firestone reservoir continuing trend of flooding former gravel, sand mining pits along St. Vrain River
Firestone's Board of Trustees unanimously approved a $663,000 contract Wednesday for designing a pump station for Firestone Reservoir No. 1, which could be among the first of the remaining empty gravel and sand mining sites along the St. Vrain to become a reservoir.
Lisa Calderón will enter Denver mayor’s race to challenge Michael Hancock, and she’s already suing him
Lisa Calderón, co-chair of the Colorado Latino Forum in Denver and a longtime community advocate in north Denver, will join the field of challengers to Mayor Michael Hancock in Denver’s May 2019 election.
Registered sex offender identified as suspect in attempted kidnapping of 11-year-old girl in Aurora
Tyler Christensen, 32, was arrested Friday afternoon. According the Colorado Bureau of Investigation's sex offender registry, Christensen is a registered sex offender. Police said he is a stranger to the girl.
Longmont United Hospital earns Primary Stroke Center designation
Longmont United Hospital it has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Heart-Check mark for Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers, according to a news release sent Monday. Achievement of certification demonstra
Both directions of Highway 6 closed near Highway 58 after semi rolls over
Both directions of U.S. Highway 6 were closed after a semi rolled over Monday morning in Clear Creek Canyon. The westbound lanes reopened around 11:22 a.m.The closure runs between Highway 119 and Highway 58.Trooper Josh Lewis said the report of a crash came in at 10:26 a.m. The driver had minor inju
Denver police officers help family targeted by rental scam
When a family moved into a new home in Denver they did not realize they had been targets of a rental scam until two police officers came knocking on the door.The officers, Gordon Seib and Elder Guillen-Peña, responded to a call about squatters illegally trespassing in a property on N. Grant St., acc
The Broncos dropped their fourth straight game, unable to keep pace with the high-powered Rams.
"I have faith. As a player when you hear talk about your coach, it's tough. I respect coach Joseph. I want to win, man. I will follow that guy. I don't think about stuff like, 'they need to fire the head coach and the D-coordinator,'^" Ray said. "We have to do better. We have to point the finger at
Same suspect wanted in bank robberies in Westminster, Aurora
The suspect robbed the U.S. Bank at 5211 West 72nd Avenue in Westminster at 9:37 a.m. on Tuesday, October 9 according to the FBI. Then on Friday, October 12 the same suspect robbed the Navy Federal Credit Union at 1105 South Tower Road in Aurora. That robbery happened at 11 a.m.