Brent Miller, a former civilian investigator for the Denver Sheriff Department, filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against Denver’s interim sheriff, manager of safety and other sheriff department commanders and safety officials.
The family of Harold Henthorn’s first wife, Lynn, now believe their sister’s death was murder, not an accident, which they articulated in their first interview with CBS4 Denver.
CBS4 has learned that an internal investigation is underway into the interim head of the Denver Sheriff Department and others after an internal affairs investigator blew the whistle, saying he was ordered to destroy a videotape that showed an inmate being humiliated and degraded.
A federal judge has ruled that prosecutors will be allowed to tell a jury about the death of Harold Henthorn’s first wife in 1995 when the Highlands Ranch man goes on trial for the death of his second wife.
A 23-year-old Littleton woman spent four days in jail without bail and is being charged with two felony forgery counts in what she, her mother, and a former FBI agent say is a case of mistaken identity.
Another death in Colorado has been listed as having “marijuana intoxication” as a factor, according to a CBS4 investigation.
CBS4 has learned that Jefferson County sheriff deputies arrested their own commander for DUI and careless driving earlier this month.
Towing companies working in Denver have been routinely overcharging drivers for years, according to a CBS4 investigation, a practice several companies say they will stop as a result of what CBS4 revealed.
The federal judge presiding over the murder case against Harold Henthorn termed the 1995 death of Henthorn’s first wife, Lynn, “pretty bizarre,” during court proceedings in Denver Tuesday morning.
Twenty-two of 116 federally subsidized routes feed into Denver International Airport, including flights from Alamosa, Cortez and Pueblo in Colorado — and many of those taxpayer subsidized flights have very few people on board.