A brazen bandit singlehandedly swiped a 500-pound hot tub from a Front Range hot tub dealer last Wednesday morning as thousands of commuters whizzed by the hot tub store on Interstate 25.
A Denver police vice detective caught last week with a known prostitute had his pants down, was driving a police car, and the woman was in a compromising position, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the case.
A Denver police detective who led the investigation into alleged prostitution use by a federal judge is himself now under investigation for allegedly soliciting a prostitute in Lakewood, according to a CBS4 investigation.
Police in Longmont are looking for the person who provided the liquor after a 16-year-old who was found extremely drunk in the back of a limo last week.
The Denver Police Department is considering a new policy restricting officers’ tattoos and body art, according to a survey sent out to all officers this week.
Investigators from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, Department of Labor and Employment, Colorado Department of Revenue and the Internal Revenue Service believe they have uncovered a complex scheme that successfully scammed the government.
Trying to tell the difference between a marijuana edible and a traditional snack is nearly impossible once those nibbles are out of their packaging. Some state lawmakers are trying to change that.
An Adams County District Judge has ordered a former sheriff’s deputy released from prison after he served less than one year of a five-year prison sentence for second-degree assault and other charges.
More people are claiming they are being pulled over out of state to see if they have marijuana simply because they have Colorado license plates.
A Denver police technician who was ordered suspended last month for violating department rules had downloaded and stored 589 nude or semi-nude images of women on his department cellphone.