A highly publicized investigation into the Berthoud Police Department is tied to a domestic dispute in which an officer’s ex-girlfriend allegedly threatened to do everything she could to have him lose his job, a source told CBS4.
An arbitration board is upholding the reorganization of the Denver Police Department.
An Adams County jury has acquitted former Brighton Police Officer Juston Henninger of assault and other charges stemming from a 2011 police call to a Brighton home where he was alleged to have used excessive force on a homeowner.
A tobacco store in Denver remains open despite several police raids and an arrest in the past year for allegedly selling illegal synthetic marijuana.
The distinction Dr. Joseph Montante now holds is something he does not welcome. He’s now convicted of prescribing medical marijuana without conducting a proper exam.
Kevin Devine, one of two Denver Police Officers fired over a 2009 incident at the Denver Diner, has taken some sizzling parting shots at the Denver Police Department and one of its top commanders in a letter obtained by CBS4.
The Denver Police Department is now getting citizen complaints on nearly a daily basis about disturbingly long response times to calls for help.
During critical legislative hearings into Colorado’s Corrections Department and Parole Division, one state senator was regularly tweeting, surfing the Web and updating her Facebook page with information that had nothing to do with the hearings.
Nearly 100 federal judges and their wives descended on the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, a five-star resort at the foot of the Rockies, for a judicial conference over the Labor Day weekend despite deep federal budget cuts.
Rick Raemisch, the new executive director of Colorado’s corrections department, today ripped his own parole and corrections departments for having ‘lax’ policies, misguided procedures and a recidivism rate he described as ‘embarrassingly high’.