A former employee of a Denver pot shop that’s accused of handing out marijuana-laced chocolate at a fair says he told the company the treat was tainted, but they gave it out anyway.
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Harold Henthorn to stand trial in May 2015 in connection with the 2012 death of his second wife, Toni Henthorn, during a fall in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Federal investigators in the Harold Henthorn case sought records of his phone calls, Google searches and information about previous injuries suffered by his wife, Toni Henthorn.
A Federal Judge set a trial date for May 4-15 for Harold Henthorn, the 58-year-old Highlands Ranch man charged with murdering his wife in Rocky Mountain National Park in 2012.
As one murder case with an insanity plea central to the defense concludes, another more high-profile one is lurching along.
Pamela Mackey, a high-profile Denver attorney who previously represented NBA star Kobe Bryant, has now entered the Harold Henthorn murder case, representing the suspect’s brother, Robert Henthorn.
CBS4 has learned that the FBI has been in contact with a 52-year-old California woman who met Harold Henthorn online and may have dated him for a brief time. She said Henthorn went by the name of “Buzz.”
There is no law against renting cars that are under recalls, but one car company CBS4 contacted in Denver was still renting them.
A man racked up more than $27,000 in hotel stays this fall, police allege, by telling the luxurious Denver spots to send the bills to the Denver arts organizations.
Newly-filed court documents show federal agents electronically eavesdropped and surreptitiously took pictures of murder suspect Harold Henthorn of Highlands Ranch.