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Copter4 image of the bulldozer knocking down Gambles department store, the longtime department store in Granby and the last place Heemeyer demolished. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 Copter4 image of the bulldozer knocking down Gambles department store, the longtime department store in Granby and the last place Heemeyer demolished. (image credit: CBS)
An image of The Drudge Report on June 4, 2004, showing Copter4's image of the bulldozer and linking to CBSDenver.com in its lead position.
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 An image of The Drudge Report on June 4, 2004, showing Copter4's image of the bulldozer and linking to CBSDenver.com in its lead position.
Images of Marvin Heemayer (credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 Images of Marvin Heemayer (credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
A giant landmover was unable to stop Heemayer and his bulldozer. (credit: CBS)
Granby Bulldozer Rampage A giant landmover was unable to stop Heemayer and his bulldozer. (credit: CBS)
Gable's Appliance (with the red sign) was the last building destroyed in the rampage. (credit: CBS)
Granby Bulldozer Rampage Gable's Appliance (with the red sign) was the last building destroyed in the rampage. (credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Residents in the small mountain town were shocked by what was unfolding. (credit: CBS)
Granby Bulldozer Rampage Residents in the small mountain town were shocked by what was unfolding. (credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Reporter Christina Yao reported from Granby on the evening of June 4, 2004.
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 Reporter Christina Yao reported from Granby on the evening of June 4, 2004.
CBS4's Brian Maass revealed the likely motive behind Marvin Heemayer's fury in a newscast that evening. Heemayer was mad at town officials for numerous land decisions.
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 CBS4's Brian Maass revealed the likely motive behind Marvin Heemayer's fury in a newscast that evening. Heemayer was mad at town officials for numerous land decisions.
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 To make the bulldozer, Marvin Heemeyer (not pictured) poured 4 inches of concrete between plates of steel, which he welded onto the Komatsu to armor it. Heemeyer rigged the bulldozer with video cameras equipped with air compressors to blow dust off the lenses. Images of the world outside appeared on monitors inside the enclosed cab so he could guide it without exposing himself, according to the Rocky Mountain News. He stuck three guns, including a .50-caliber rifle, out of portholes bored into the armor to keep authorities at bay. The Komatsu D355-A bulldozer had a 410-horsepower bulldozer engine and it was primed, fueled and protected by steel and concrete. It destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
Bulldozer Rampage In Granby, June 4, 2004 June 4, 2004, was the date of Marvin Heemayer's rampage through the town of Granby with an armored bulldozer. The Komatsu D355-A with a 410-horsepower engine destroyed or damaged 12 buildings and caused $5 million damage. CBS4's Copter4 helicopter was the only news helicopter to fly over Granby while the rampage was going on. Granby is a mountain town of 1,600 residents. Heemeyer rammed the 20-cubic-yard blade of his "MK Tank" into several town buildings, including the municipal center. Every round that SWAT teams and police fired at Marvin Heemeyer did little more than pockmark the steel-plated covering of the bulldozer. Heemayer killed himself inside the bulldozer after the 90 minute rampage came to a stop. The bulldozer was towed out of Granby and eventually dismantled. (image credit: CBS)
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