Bobby Ray Denton Police in Greeley arrested Bobby Ray Denton in February 2014. He and another man were accused of auto theft, armed robbery and fraud. (credit: Greeley Police)
Shelby Figueroa Police say Shelby Figueroa had alcohol and cocaine in her system when she allegedly stole a sheriff's department vehicle and crashed it on Interstate 70 in September 2012. She allegedly managed to steal the vehicle after slipping out of her handcuffs. (credit: Clear Creek County Sheriff)
Keidric Johnson Keidric Johnson was arrested following a February 2009 shooting incident in Denver's Montbello neighborhood. Police said Johnson, a juvenile and a man named Frank Blair got in an argument and then pulled out guns and fired at each other. Blair died and Johnson and the juvenile were shot in the face but not killed.
Eric Bowman Police in Oklahoma City said Eric Bowman, of Colorado, tried to run away after causing a deadly car accident in August 2012. Bowman was allegedly driving drunk at speeds over 100 mph when he crashed into an SUV. That driver and passenger died and three others were hospitalized. After being smashed by Bowman's pickup truck the SUV hit a power pole that fell and snapped a natural gas line. He's facing charges including second degree murder.
Ralph Barnhardt Ralph Barnhardt faced 19 counts of attempted murder, 14 counts of first-degree assault and other charges after a 6 hour standoff with police in Jefferson County in July 2013 in which Barnhardt fired at but didn't injure any SWAT officers.
Derrick Blake Derrick Blake faces murder charges following a February 2009 high speed chase in Lakewood. After the chase a body was found in the suspect's vehicle. The murder is believed to be gang related. Police didn't release details about exactly how Blake got the extensive cuts on his head.
Harry Mapps Harry Mapps was described as the prime suspect in the November 2013 slayings of three people in the town of Rye in Pueblo County. The U.S. Marshal’s Office arrested him a month after the killings. During the month he was missing he was one of the most sought-after fugitives in the country. (credit: US Marshals)
Isabella Guzman Isabella Guzman was arrested in August 2013 after police said she brutally stabbed her mother to death in Aurora.
Sydney Spies Sydney Spies was arrested in Durango in August 2012 along with her mother after the two were hosting a party that allegedly involved underage drinking. Spies was at the center of a story that made national news earlier in the year -- she tried to submit a photo for her senior yearbook at Durango High School but it was deemed too racy for the publication and rejected. Spies was arrested on a charge of obstructing and officer and her mother was arrested on a charge of contributing to the delinquence of a minor and obstruction. (credit: Durango Police)
Barbara West Barbara Mae West was arrested in February 2012 and was suspected of being the getaway driver in a Mesa County robbery the month before. A police report indicated that West borrowed an SUV from an acquaintance with an explanation that she needed to use it to get to church. According to documents, West was at the wheel of that SUV when it sped off from the scene of a burglary. Police drove after the vehicle and caught up with it when it got stuck at the dead end area of a street. Two men who were believed to be responsible for the burglary allegedly ran away from the car but West stayed at the wheel and “just sat there and looked forward, not acknowledging (a police officer) was talking to her,” the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel reported. Police said the men stole expensive electrical piping, and that it was found in the vehicle. (credit: Grand Junction Police)
Carrie McCandless Carrie McCandless, former Brighton Collegiate High School teacher, pleaded guilty to having a sexual relationship with a student in October 2006. McCandless, 29 at the time of the incident, was seen having sexual contact with a 17-year-old student during a school trip to the Estes Park area. She also gave alcohol to the student and friends of the student.
Michael Grover Michael Grover was arrested in February 2013 in Aurora after police say explosive devices were found inside his home. (credit: Aurora Police)
Tom Martino A Denver police officer arrested well known consumer advocate "Troubleshooter" Tom Martino at Interstate 25 and Auraria Parkway in December 2013. Court documents stated Martino hit his wife in the face after trying to keep her from getting out of a car. (credit: Denver Police)
Florentino Espejo Riveria Florentino Espejo Riveria was one of 15 illegal immigrants indicted in May 2009 by Colorado's attorney general on suspicion of operating a prostitution ring.
Todd Helton Todd Helton was wearing camouflage when he was arrested on DUI charges in Thornton in February 2013. The popular Colorado Rockies 1st baseman apologized for what he said was "poor judgement." The police report stated he seemed somewhat dazed when they arrested him at a gas station. When officers asked for his driver’s license, Helton searched inside his pickup on both the driver’s side and passenger side before officers asked if his ID was in the wallet on the driver’s side seat. Helton also made spontaneous statements about drinking two Igloo cups of red wine several hours before. (credit: Thornton Police)
Von Miller Denver Broncos player Von Miller was arrested in August 2013 in Centennial after failing to show up in court on misdemeanor traffic violations.
Charlie Sheen Charlie Sheen was arrested in Aspen on Christmas Day in 2009 after an alleged domestic violence dispute involving his wife Brooke Mueller Sheen. He was accused of holding a knife to Brooke's throat and threatening to kill her at his Aspen home. Prosecutors in February 2010 charged TV's "Two and a Half Men" star with felony menacing and misdemeanor charges of third-degree assault and criminal mischief. (credit: Eagle County Sheriff)
Brooke Mueller Brooke Mueller, actor Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife, pleaded guilty to a reduced cocaine drug charge in March 2012 after being arrested in Aspen in December 2011 after a woman reported being assaulted at a nightclub. (credit: Aspen Police Department via Getty Images)
Angela L. Dewar-Stirewalt Angela L. Dewar-Stirewalt was arrested in connection with a stabbing in Thornton in July 2007. Police said they were called to 1571 E. 88th Ave. and found three victims suffering from stab wounds. They found the victims in a backyard of a residence and they said the suspects came into the alley in a vehicle. A verbal exchange took place and it escalated into a physical altercation. Another woman was also arrested.
Brian Bonsall Brian Bonsall, who played Andy Keaton on the TV show "Family Ties," has had numerous run-ins with the law in Colorado. In April 2010 he pleaded guilty to felony menacing and third-degree assault and received 2 years of probation over a fight with a friend in Boulder in December 2009. At the time he also pleaded guilty to violating terms of his probation stemming from a 2007 assault on his girlfriend and was sentenced to five days in a work-release program and 40 hours of community service. Bonsall had tested positive for marijuana. His attorney told a judge Bonsall has substance abuse issues. In the 2007 case Bonsall's girlfriend told police he poured an alcoholic drink on her face while she slept, put her in a choke hold and threw her onto a bed when she tried to leave. Bonsall told investigators he pushed her down in self-defense after she cut his arm and face with a steak knife. (credit: Boulder Police)
Marcel Preece Greeley police arrested Marcel Preece in Evans on November 2011 on charges of buying guns while on parole. (photo credit: Greeley Police)
John Angerer John Angerer was serving time at a jail in Anchorage in March 2010 when news came out that he was a suspect in the death of Angela Josephine Wilds, whose body was found in the South St. Vrain Canyon, near Lyons, in 2006. Wilds and Angerer may have dated. Angerer was cleared in the case.
Darren Garcia Darren Garcia was charged with prostitution with knowledge of being infected with acquired immune deficiency syndrome as well as possession of a controlled substance in November 2009. The Denver District Attorney's Office said Garcia offered to perform sexual acts in exchange for $50. Investigators say Garcia had crack cocaine.
Yugondra Hudson The Denver District Attorney's office says Yugondra Hudson of Flint, Mich., tried to grab an 18-year-old woman in downtown Denver in August 2009. Hudson is a registered sex offender. He faces kidnapping and sexual assault charges.
James Rowe James Rowe was one of two men who were arrested on assault and obstruction of justice charges in December 2013 after a tangle with police in a dispute over pets left out in the cold. The incident happened in Canon City. A neighbor told police a dog was outside crying. Police say when they got there the dog was shivering in a dog house with a bowl full of frozen water. They say the owner, Rowe, refused to bring the animal inside. When the officer said he would arrest him for obstruction of justice there was a fight. (credit: El Paso Sheriff)
Eduardo Moncada Police in Longmont arrested Eduardo Moncada in September 2013 in a crime in which he allegedly fired a gun in the air and threatened to kill his girlfriend. Moncada, of Platteville, also allegedly stole a car.
Katherine Bennett Katherine Bennett (credit: Weld County Sheriff)
Omar Godinez Omar Ricardo Godinez is one of several man who kidnapped and then raped two different women in Aurora in late 2011. He was convicted in August 2013 after being tried as an adult despite the fact that he was 15 at the time of the crimes.
Joseph Rivas Joseph Rivas was arrested in May 2013 initially on charges of vandalizing Denver's public art piece commonly referred to as the Big Blue Bear at the Colorado Convention Center by pouring green paint all over it. He was released after the DA's office said they didn't have enough evidence to formally file charges in the case.
Donald Allen Citron Donald Allen Citron was arrested in March 2012 after investigators say he stole valuable parts from restrooms across the Denver metro area and then cashed in for money. Most of the crimes happened in just a few minutes, but police said Citron is a plumber and all he needed was a wrench and a screwdriver to steal pipes and the plumbing in toilets. That's how he got the nickname the "crapper scrapper." Jefferson County deputies say Citron stole toilet plumbing, pipes and flush valves at several businesses and restaurants in return for cash from local metal scrap yards. (credit: Jefferson Co. Sheriff)
Larry Gomez Police in the Denver metro area say Larry Lynn Gomez shot at officers in two different traffic stops in Westminster and Denver. He was arrested in November 2012 after a chase in which his car crashed and then he tried to run from police but was shot and captured. (credit: Denver Police)
Larry Gomez Another mug shot of Larry Lynn Gomez taken at a later date. (credit: Jefferson County DA)
Yukari Mihamae Yukari Mihamae spent a night in jail in July 2011after allegedly grabbing the breast of a TSA agent with both hands and twisting it. Mihamae, of Longmont, said she's a frequent traveler who often runs into problems with the TSA. She apparently got fed up at the airport in Phoenix, where the incident happened. (photo credit: Maricopa County Sheriff)
Burton Carpenter Burton Carpenter was allegedly drunk in September 2013 when he was driving the freshman football team from Mountain Range High School in Westminster home from a game in a a school bus. The bus side-swiped another vehicle.
Daniel Abeyta Daniel Abeyta was charged with first-degree murder, among other charges, after an August 2013 crime in Denver in which he allegedly shot and killed his neighbor and shot and wounded his wife. After the shootings, he was shot by a police officer after they say he shot at a propane tank with gunpowder on top that had been placed near his home.
Newton Lindsye Newton Lindsye was one of three people charged with assaulting an at-risk adult in LoDo in May 2013.
Wayne Sperling Wayne Sperling was arrested in October 2013 in a Denver child abuse case involving four children who were found living in filth in an apartment.
Felix Trujillo Felix Trujillo was sentenced to 10 years in prison for escaping from the Denver Jail in April 2013. Trujillo was aided by a Denver deputy who worked at the jail in the effort. In an exclusive jailhouse interview with CBS4, Trujillo said Deputy Matthew Andrews agreed to sneak him out of jail in exchange for $500,000, which Trujillo admits he didn't have. Trujillo turned himself in a few days later. It was the first jailbreak in the history of the facility. Police say Trujillo had been involved in a drug running operation.
Ty Lawson Denver Nuggets guard Ty Lawson was arrested in August 2013 on suspicion of charges including harassment in connection with an alleged domestic violence incident in Arapahoe County. (credit: Arapahoe County Sheriff)
Julius Thomas Officials in Arapahoe County arrested Denver Broncos player Julius Thomas in September 2013 after he didn't appear in court for a misdemeanor charge of failing to yield to an emergency vehicle.
Larsen, Robert Eagle County sheriff's investigators said Robert Larsen was "very intoxicated" in July 2013 when he went on a crime spree with a Glenwood Springs neighbor who he also had spent some time with in jail. The crime spree involved stealing and crashing vehicles, and even trying to light one on fire.
Alex J. Averett Police in Elbert County in February 2013 arrested Alex J. Averett, a volunteer firefighter from the Elbert Fire Protection District, on arson charges. He was charged with starting the County Road 102 Fire, which burned for 18 days and scorched hundreds of acres during the dry summer of 2012. Officials said Alvarett was first to call in the fire and first at the scene, and that he acted strangely. He allegedly at first he denied involvement but later admitted he lit grass on fire, wanting the experience, but wanted the fire to stay smaller. (credit: Elbert County Sheriff)
Audra Wimer, Curt Criter Audra Wimer and Curt Criter were among the dozen arrested in June 2013 on charges of defrauding investors and running an illegal medical marijuana growing operation after an indictment from a statewide grand jury.
Harold McKean Colorado Springs resident Harold McKean was arrested in June 2013 in a theft case in which coins and firearms were stolen in the Teller County area.
Abigail Suber Abigail Suber of Boulder was in a car accident in April 2011 with a driver who had no license. The other driver claimed Suber was at fault, but she threatened to call immigration authorities if the man didn't pay her $400. They other driver and his wife said Suber then demanded another $800 when they stopped payment on two checks after calling a lawyer. Suber also allegedly left a threatening voice mail demanding the money.
Louis Skelly Louis James Skelly died of multiple gunshot wounds in June 2013 after police say he used a semiautomatic rifle to open fire on Larimer County deputies who responded to a 911 call in which Skelly was complaining about a neighbor. This photo was taken from a previous criminal case.
Germaine "Jell-O" Wallace Germaine "Jell-O" Wallace was the alleged ringleader of a a Denver-area prostitution ring. He allegedly used a mansion in Douglas County as the base for a sophisticated ring, which had ties to strip clubs in the city. Police say he used proceeds from the prostitution to buy expensive cars and exotic pets. He allegedly lived in the mansion with four women who worked for him. They allegedly often raced mini bikes on the 35 acre property. The four women allegedly secured jobs as strippers at the clubs and enticed clients to pay as much as $500 in exchange for sex acts. (photo credit: Denver Police)
Denise Lynn Elliot Denise Lynn Elliot was arrested in December 2011 after the shooting death of her husband in Golden. (photo credit: Golden Police)
Jacob Carlock Jacob Carlock was arrested in Fort Collins in January 2013 after several viewers contacted police in Lakewood and identified him as the suspect seen in still photographs from surveillance footage from two armed liquor store robberies. (credit: Lakewood Police)
William Metzler Colorado State Trooper William Metzler was arrested in May 2013 and was accused of unlawful sexual contact with a woman. (credit: Lakewood Police)
Karl La Borde Karl La Borde was arrested in February 2013 in Fort Collins on a DUI charge. The 19-year-old CSU student was driving as a volunteer for Ram Ride, which gives safe rides to students, and admitted to smoking marijuana, which is illegal by state law to anyone 21. (Larimer County Sheriff)
Datha Nation Datha Nation allegedly tried to hold up a bank inside a grocery store in Longmont in May 2012. Longmont police say Nation also tried to rob the same bank two earlier times. In one of the robberies the suspect told tellers she had AIDS and would infect the teller if they didn't cooperate. (credit: Longmont Police)
Mary Essa and Thomas Cunningham Thomas Cunningham, right, pled guilty to giving brownies laced with marijuana to his classmates and professor in a history class at the University of Colorado in Boulder in December 2012. Mary Essa, left, is also accused in the case. Eight people reported feeling sick and three went to the hospital. (photo credit: Boulder Sheriff)
Yolanda Gonzales Yolanda Gonzales was accused in September 2012 of stealing $80,000 from the Green Mountain Westerra Credit Union while she was an employee there. (credit: Jefferson County DA)
Patrick Strawmatt Former police officer Patrick Strawmatt of Westminster was driving more than 100 mph and had more than three times the legal limit of alcohol in his system in March 2007 when his car hit the vehicle two Mesa State College students were riding in on Interstate 70 near Clifton. Jacob Brock of Eagle and Jennifer Kois of Brighton were killed. Strawmatt was later sentenced to 72 years in prison.
Andrew Stevens Jefferson County authorities arrested Andrew Stevens in May 2013 on charges of participating in an identity theft ring. He more than a dozen others allegedly used the information they stole from 65 victims to made fake IDs and checks and also to apply for credit cards. They then made purchases at stores in the metro area and allegedly used some money to feed drug habits. (credit: Jefferson County Sheriff)
Shaini Davenport Arvada resident Shaini Davenport turned herself in to police in May 2013 in a vehicle homicide case. Police say she was driving a pickup with five passengers in it after a Halloween party in 2012 at Interstate 70 and Wadsworth Boulevard and it crashed and rolled. A 29-year-old woman died and four were hurt, including Davenport.
Juan Carlos Chaparro-Salcido Juan Carlos Chaparro-Salcido was one of 20 people indicted in January 2013 after a 17-month long investigation into a cocaine ring. The ring operated in Boulder, Weld, Adams and Denver counties. Along with the drugs officials confiscated guns, money and vehicles. (credit: Boulder Sheriff)
Justin Hale Westminster resident Justin Hale was charged in June 2013 with the death of his girlfriend's 1-year-old child. Court records indicated Hale was caring for baby Brookelynn on May 18 at 9297 W. 98th Place while the child's mother was in the other room. The mom, Dorothy Palmer, says she heard a thump. Hale says the baby fell from a coffee table and hit her head. Doctors called the fatal injury "abusive head trauma" and Brookelynn was taken off life support.
John Martinez Jr. Police say an argument at a Denver bar on West Evans Avenue led to a crime in June 2013 in which John Martinez intentionally struck five people from behind the wheel. Three of the people who were hit had serious but non-life threatening injuries.
Charles Belcher Charles Belcher was one of three men charged in January 2013 with stealing a company's proprietary and customer information in Denver and selling it to a competitor. Denver's DA said Belcher was charged with theft, computer crimes and theft of trade secrets. The charges allege that he and two other men stole hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of computer information from their employer, Electric Power Systems International. The company provides electric testing services around the world. Prosecutors say the men also deleted tens of thousands of computer files from the victim's computers that were critical to the company's business. (credit: Denver DA)
Joel A. Nevarez Police said they were searching for Joel Nevarez in August 2012 after he allegedly told his pit bull to attack a bride at a wedding he was a guest at in North Denver. Nevarez allegedly said 'Sic her' to the dog and also began attacking the woman. Denver police released this mug shot of Nevarez that had been taken after an arrest in a separate incident.
Dennis Pratt Dennis Pratt of Pueblo says he was just trying to scare off some trespassers when he fired a shot at them in October 2012. One man was killed after Pratt allegedly spotted a flashlight and fired a warning shot. Three men had walked onto his property, and one of them was hit in the chest and died. Pratt has a history of intruders and has complained about thefts in the past. This time he says he was hiding out and hoping to catch the intruders. (credit: Pueblo County Sheriff)
Joseph B. Trujillo Joseph B. Trujillo of Denver told CBS4 he was sleepy and yawning when this mug shot of him was taken in November 2007. He said police nixxed his request to have the photo retaken. He was charged with beating a chihuahua to death with a shovel.
Zoey Ripple The Boulder County DA announced trespassing charges against Zoey Ripple in May 2012 after she allegedly was drunk when she walked into the home of two strangers in the middle of the night and awoke the couple while they were sleeping in their bedroom. The man in bed shot and injured the woman who police say was Ripple after she wouldn't identify herself when they asked her who she was. Ripple was charged after being discharged from the hospital. The homeowners faced no charges in the case.
Brett Harris Brett Harris was arrested in July 2012 in Colorado Springs on charges of committing a carjacking. Officers caught up to him as he allegedly tried to outrun them in a stolen car. Based on statements and evidence detectives were allegedly able to link Harris to four liquor store robberies and charge him. (credit: Colorado Springs Police)
Phillip Thomas Brown Arapahoe County sheriff’s deputies arrested Phillip Thomas Brown in January 2013 after they say he broke into a substation and tried to steal their weapons. Deputies arrived at the substation to find a broken windowpane and the suspect inside. When deputies called the substation, they say Brown answered the phone by saying, “Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office.” Police also say Brown was holding a department ballistic shield over this chest as he tried to open a gun safe. Investigators say Brown told them he broke into the building because he is homeless and has the flu. (credit: Arapahoe County Sheriff)
Jarrett Stoner Jefferson County Sheriff's deputies say Jarrett Stoner took a stolen moving truck on a wild ride in November 2012. Deputies were called to an area in the southern part of the county on reports of a domestic violence incident involving a man and a woman in the cab of a U-Haul truck. When they arrived the truck was gone but it was located a short time later in the Morrison area. Deputies stopped the truck at an intersection and the woman got out. Officials say Stoner then took off. Stoner allegedly rammed a deputy's patrol car head-on and then continued east into Denver where he collided with two more cars after running a stop sign. Deputies said Stoner continued about another block before abandoning the truck. He then ran into a 7-Eleven convenience store where he attempted to steal a truck. The occupants of the truck did not cooperate and after a brief struggle were able to hold him until police took him into custody. The U-Haul truck was stolen out of Denver. (credit: Jefferson County Sheriff)
Alicia Dean Ellis Alicia Dean Ellis was arrested in February 2012 in Colorado Springs connection with an identity theft case. The tattoo on her neck shows a starfish. (credit: Colorado Springs Police)
Jacinta Miller Jacinta Miller and two others were charged with charged in July 2012 with aggravated robbery and second degree assault after allegedly assaulting and robbing a man waiting at the bus stop at Colfax Avenue and Broadway. (credit: Denver DA)
Craig Dance Craig Dance was arrested in December 2011 after allegedly shooting several rounds at a sheriff’s deputy during a welface check near Glenwood Springs. No one was hurt. (photo credit: Garfield County Sheriff)
Dennis O'Dell Police in Colorado Springs say a May 2012 fight involving a methamphetamine led to a nearly fatal attack with a hammer. Dennis O'Dell was charged with attempted murder after allegedly hitting his uncle multiple times in the head with the hammer during a drug deal. Police say O'Dell admitted he used meth before the attack.
Dean Carlson Police in Boulder County arrested Dean Carlson in July 2012 after they say he was driving the wrong way down the Diagonal Highway between Boulder and Longmont and smashed into another car with two people inside. The driver was hurt but Daniel Mays, his passenger, was critically injured and remained in the hospital a month after the accident. Police suspect Carlson was driving drunk.
Carmen Tisch Carmen Tisch was charged with criminal mischief after allegedly vandalizing a painting at Denver's Clyfford Still Museum in January 2012. Prosecutors say Tisch scratched and leaned on a painting at the museum and then urinated nearby. The painting, “1957-J-No. 2,” is valued at between $30 million and $40 million and it cost about $10,000 to repair. (photo credit: Denver DA)
Stephanie Jenny Stephanie Jenny was arrested in January 2012 after allegedly assaulting a manager of a strip club in north Boulder. (credit: Boulder Police)
Shawn Forbes Shawn Forbes was charged with second degree assault after allegedly getting in a fight inside the Marriott Tech Center hotel on New Year's Day -- Jan. 1, 2012. CBS4 reported from the hotel after hundreds who attended a New Year's party in the hotel were locked out of their rooms after midnight in a technical glitch that affected room keys. Some guests said there were multiple fights, and that the blood that could be seen in the lobby was a result of one of them. Police said Forbes punched a victim in the face, causing him to fall and suffer a head injury. (credit: Denver DA)
Daryl Rasmussen Daryl Rasmussen was arrested at a bar in California six months after a double homicide in Denver. Authorities say Rasmussen, who is a cross dresser known as Ms. Puppy, lived in a home with two men who were found dead in February 2011. They died from blunt force trauma injuries. Rasmussen was described as a person of interest in the case.
Rollin Oliver Police shared the mugshot of Rollin Oliver in September 2012. He allegedly fired the shot that struck and killed Denver police Officer Celena Hollis. Oliver is charged with first degree murder with extreme indifference in the fatal shooting, which took place at City Park during a Jazz in the Park concert in June 2012.
Michael Cecil Denver police arrested Michael Cecil on July 17, 2008, and charged him in a deadly stabbing outside the Goosetown Tavern near Colfax and Adams Street that happened that morning.
Edward McMorris Edward McMorris was arrested in Boulder in August 2012 after allegedly kicking a puppy named Tater repeatedly. He faced an animal cruelty charge.
Stanley Paige Stanley Paige was arrested in January 2012 and was suspected of being the "Wig Out Bandit," suspected in a series of robberies in 2011 and 2012. The suspect was given the nickname because he wore an afro-style wig during his first robbery. (photo credit: Denver Police)
James Holmes James Holmes is charged in the Aurora mass shooting on July 20, 2012, at a movie theater that left 12 dead and 58 hurt. Holmes allegedly rigged his Aurora apartment with booby traps but authorities were able to disable the explosives. (credit: Arapahoe County DA)
Belinda Wells-Yates And Shane Garrett Belinda Wells-Yates and Shane Garrett were arrested in June 2012 in connection with the burglary of a home in a Colorado Springs subdivision that had been evacuated due to the Waldo Canyon Fire. The pair was also in possession of methamphetamine at the time they were arrested. (credit: El Paso County Sheriff)
Glenn Dodson Jefferson County authorities arrested Glenn Dodson in May 2013 on charges of participating in an identity theft ring. He more than a dozen others allegedly used the information they stole from 65 victims to made fake IDs and checks and also to apply for credit cards. They then made purchases at stores in the metro area and allegedly used some money to feed drug habits. (credit: Jefferson County Sheriff)
Manuel Hidalgo Manuel Hidalgo was arrested in September 2008 in Eagle County after he allegedly agreed to sell cocaine to an undercover officer. He tried to run away when police officers moved in but was caught.
Kyle Clouse Kyle Clouse is one of two teenagers arrested in November 2011 and suspected of trying to manufacture a drug called Dimethyltryptamine -- or DMT -- in a house in Broomfield. Clouse was 18 at the time of arrest and his friend was 16. The home was located close to an elementary school. DMT is a hallucinogen similiar to LSD or ecstasy that often gets laced with marijuana.
Becky Trujillo The grandmother of a 4-year-old Commerce City boy, Doris Becky Trujillo, was charged with first-degree murder and child abuse resulting in death after the boy's death in February 2011. (photo credit: Adams County Sheriff's Department)
Kobe Bryant Kobe Bryant was arrested in July 2003 in Eagle County for investigation of alleged sexual assault. A Colorado judge dismissed the charges in September 2004. (photo credit: Eagle County Sheriff/STR/AFP/Getty Images)
Matthew Bowen (left), Nicholas Mortimer (right) Matthew Bowen and Nicholas Mortimer were two of nine University of Colorado students (pledges from the Delta Chi fraternity) who were charged with underage drinking and felony criminal mischief in February 2008 after police found them amid a sea of destruction at a Super 8 Motel in Estes Park.
Dougherty Gang Lee Grace Dougherty, Dylan Dougherty Stanley (right) and Ryan Edward Dougherty (left) were captured in Pueblo County in August 2011 after nationwide manhunt. They face charges of attempted murder of a peace officer and assault on a peace officer. The charges stem from allegations that they shot rounds from an AK-47 at four patrol cars during a chase on Aug. 10 on Interstate 25 in Colorado. The chase ended when troopers deployed spike strips to puncture the tires of the trio's Subaru, and the vehicle rolled and crashed into a guardrail. The siblings also have no-bond warrants in Georgia and Florida on charges they robbed a bank in Georgia and shot at a police officer in Florida on Aug. 2. (photo credit: Pueblo County Sheriff)
Roberto Santistevan Roberto Santistevan was arrested for allegedly stabbing a woman to death in Denver in August 2011. (credit: Denver Police)
Abby Toll A jury in April 2010 found Abby Toll guilty of taping her boyfriend's 8-month-old puppy to a refrigerator in Boulder a year before. The puppy, a Shiba Inu, was placed in the care of the Boulder Valley Humane Society. Toll was convicted on felony animal cruelty charges. She told police she was upset with her boyfriend after the dog had bitten her and that she wanted to teach the dog a lesson.
Guadalupe Trujillo Police officers from Denver and Lakewood arrested Guadalupe Trujillo and several others in March 2009 and said they are tied to a local street gang. The police action followed a nine month investigation and included the seizure of a large amount of money and weapons. It's not clear if Trujillo was wearing a shirt -- or any clothes, for that matter -- in this mug shot.
Anthony Brandon Gonzales A tattoo on the upper lip of Anthony Brandon Gonzales led to his arrest in the home invasion of a Pueblo-area Elvis impersonator in May 2010.
Rory Cleveland In an operation called "Operation Bad Cowboy" Longmont police in August 2011 arrested Rory Cleveland along with seven others on drug charges and other charges. Methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine and marijuana were among the drugs that were obtained by Longmont police in their raid. (photo credit: Longmont Police)
Tanya Martin Tanya Martin pleaded guilty to aggravated animal cruelty in April 2009 to burning her Yorkshire terrier to death by tying it on top of a hot stove. Martin first pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity after the October 2008 death of her 6-year-old dog named Bobo but she changed her plea. She was sentenced to 45 days in jail and 10 years probation.
Roberto Santisteven Roberto Santisteven (credit: Denver DA)
Isela Reyes-Talamantes Isela Reyes-Talamantes and her boyfriend face charges in a November 2008 case of fatal child abuse. According to court documents Reyes-Talamantes waited about 10 hours before taking her child Elijah Archuleta, 2, to St. Anthony's Hospital. Doctors said the boy was not breathing, had no pulse and that he had a black eye. He had burns over 75 percent of his body.
Peggy Garcia Peggy Garcia, a veteran Denver Public Works employee, was arrested in July 2010 and charged with stalking a city prosecutor in the parking garage of the Wellington Webb municipal building. According to a police investigation, Garcia, a "vehicle control agent" for the city for 33 years, "confessed to writing obscenities and throwing coffee on" the victim's vehicle. In police documents, investigators say that the female prosecutor began noticing in May that when she parked her car in the garage, she would return to find it covered with obscenities written in the dirt on her windows. The obscenities included "Slut, F___ing Bitch, Whore," according to police. The car was also "keyed."
Amber Torrez Amber Torrez was charged with murdering of Colorado Free University founder John Hand and cab driver Masfin Gezahgn. They were stabbed on March 28 and March 29, 2004. Both were stabbed at least 30 times.
Nicole Sirbu Nicole Sirbu was under investigation in April 2008 on allegations of having a sexual relationship with a boy on the pole vaulting team that she coached at a Jefferson County school.
Vincent Margera Vincent Margera, the man known as "Don Vito" on the MTV show "Viva La Bam" collapsed onto the floor cursing and yelled "just kill me now" after a jury convicted him in October 2007 on two counts of sexual assault on a child. Margera was accused of groping three girls, ages 12 to 14, during a 2006 autograph signing event at skate park at a mall in Lakewood. Margera was sentenced to 10 years to life of intensive supervised probation. During his sentencing hearing a Jefferson County judge told Margera he can't portray his MTV character for 10 years as part of the sentence.
Shawna Nelson (left), Michelle Moore (right) On Jan. 23, 2007, Shawna Nelson donned a black mask, ordered her ex-lover's wife to her knees and shot her twice in the head in the parking lot of a credit union in Greeley. She was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole. Nelson, a Weld County sheriff's dispatcher at the time, had a long affair with victim Heather Garraus' husband, Ignacio, who was a Greeley police officer. They had a son together, but Ignacio Garraus broke off the relationship a month before the shooting. Witnesses said the masked killer, dressed in black, confronted Garraus in the parking lot of a Greeley credit union where Garraus worked and told her, "You ruined my life. Get on the ground" before shooting her. ... In April 2008 Michelle Moore was sentenced to 9 years in prison for her role in the murder of Heather Garraus in January 2007. Moore had entered a guilty plea to a charge of being an accessory to murder a month prior. She was accused of helping Shawna Nelson plot the Greeley killing. The April 2008 mug shot pictured shows Moore a few days before her sentencing. She was arrested on a drunk driving charge in Larimer County.
Douglas Rathbun Douglas Rathbun was arrested in December 2011 and was suspected of running a chop shop on West Alameda in Denver. It's believed that illegal sex, drug use and the stripping of stolen vehicles vehicles took place there. (photo credit: Denver Police)
Walter Bond Walter Bond of Utah was taken into custody in Denver by federal law enforcement authorities on July 23, 2010. He was wanted in connection in the April 30, 2010, arson fire at the Sheepskin Factory on Colorado Boulevard in Glendale.
Robert Whipkey The Rev. Robert Whipkey, a Catholic priest, was arrested in June 2007 in the northern Colorado town of Frederick after he went jogging in the nude an hour before sunrise. Whipkey allegedly told officers he had been running naked at a high school track and didn't think anyone would be around at that time of day. He was found guilty in June 2008 and sentenced to five years probation in November. He also has to register as a sex offender.
Carmelo Anthony Carmelo Anthony was arrested in April 2008 in Denver for driving under the influence. The star basketball player later issued an apology through his attorney. (credit: Denver Police)
Roberto Rodriguez Roberto Rodriguez is accused of having a sexual relationship with a middle school student in Denver. He was arrested and charged in March 2009 with sexual assault on a child. Rodiguez was a girls soccer coach and worked at the library at Lake Middle School.
Gary Faulkner Gary Faulkner of Greeley was arrested in Pakistan in June 2010 while trying to track down Osama Bin Laden. He has no military training and says God came to him in a dream and instructed him to enact vengeance for the 9/11 attacks. He appeared on David Letterman a few weeks after being released in Pakistan and demonstrated that he is a bit eccentric. He was then arrested in October 2010 near Georgetown on suspicion of domestic violence. Colorado State Patrol spokeswoman Heather Cobler says a trooper arrested Faulkner after a single-vehicle accident. The female driver of the vehicle had injuries that were inconsistent with a traffic accident. She was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving. Faulkner faces a charge of third-degree assault.
Molly and Alex Midyette Molly and Alex Midyette were both found guilty on different charges in separate trials following their 10-week-old son Jason's death in Louisville in March 2006. Molly was found guilty of child abuse resulting in death in December 2007 and sentenced to 16 years in prison. Jurors ruled she failed to seek help for her injured son. Alex was found guilty of criminally negligent child abuse in 2009 and was sentenced to 16 years in prison. He was acquitted of a more serious charge of knowingly or recklessly causing the injuries that led to the boy's death. The couple turned themselves on May 8, 2007.
John Mark Karr John Mark Karr was briefly a suspect in the JonBenet Ramsey slaying. Karr, a schoolteacher, was arrested Aug. 16, 2006, in Thailand after he made phone calls and wrote e-mails in which he claimed to have killed the 6-year-old in her Boulder home in December 1996. The case against him disintegrated when DNA tests showed Karr could not be the killer. A woman who has a restraining order against Karr said in June 2010 that he is living as a woman and trying to form a cult of little girls to have sex with him.
Morgan Nerim Morgan Nerim was involved in an identity-theft ring in the metro Denver area, according to a July 2008 Jefferson County grand jury indictment. Nerim, 29, faces identity theft charges after allegedly stealing personal and financial information in 2006 from both businesses and people.
Lance Hering (left), Steve Powers (right) Friends Lance Hering and Steve Powers worked together in Boulder in September 2006 to create a false story that masked Hering's intentional disappearance. Powers first lied to police, saying Hering was hurt in a climbing accident in Eldorado Canyon State Park. When Hering, a United States Marine at the time who was on leave from Iraq, couldn't be found it prompted the largest-ever search in Boulder County's history, a search that ended once Powers fessed up. After some time out of contact with friends and family Hering reconnected with his parents and began plans to get a psychiatric exam and turn himself in to authorities. However, in November 2008 Hering was with his father when he was arrested in Washington state. The next month the military ordered Hering pay $1,166 in back pay and issued no jail sentence at Camp Pendleton after he pleaded guilty to committing an unauthorized absence of more than 30 days. Hering was also discharged. In October 2009 Hering pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of false reporting in Boulder County and avoided jail time as part of his plea deal. His family has paid Boulder County back for the costs of the massive search. Powers was arrested for false reporting.
Katriece Trujillo Katriece Trujillo of Denver was charged with child abuse in April 2008 after her 3-month-old child was hospitalized and doctors discovered it had ingested methamphetamine.
Christopher Quintanilla Christopher Quintanilla was charged with with negligence resulting in serious bodily injury in August 2008 after his mother died in August 2008. Quintanilla, 43, allegedly physically abused Darlene Quintanilla, 65. His girlfriend, Catherine Nieto, was also charged with negligence.
David Arledge A jury found that David Arledge killed his father in Arvada in September 2011 by shooting him.
Phillip McCall Phillip McCall, 35, was one of six people arrested in June 2008, in an investigation into reports that drugs and guns were being sold from a Colorado Springs tattoo parlor.
Nanette LaFleur Nanette LaFleur pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and vehicular assault in a drunk driving collision which killed Samara Stricklen, 17, and seriously injured Seth Mutschler. Police say LaFleur was driving the wrong way on a street in Lakewood and crashed into the other car in March 2007. Her plea deal allows her to serve four years in youth offender services even though she entered her guilty plea as an adult. If she does not succeed in that program she could be sent to the Department of Corrections when she turns 21.
Todd Rowell Todd Rowell was arrested in Larimer County early June 17, 2008, on suspicion of making methamphetamine.
Stephen Polk Stephen Polk is one of three men who was charged with criminal mischief after allegedly jumping on and damaging a Denver police patrol car on Oct. 16 after the Rockies clinched the National League Championship Series.
Lawrence Trujillo (left), Eric Snell (right) Lawrence Trujillo, left, and Eric Snell, right, were in a vehicle that struck and killed the family of Frank Bingham in a downtown Denver hit-and-run in November 2006. Trujillo, the driver, was sentenced to 48 years in prison and Eric Snell got a suspended sentence.
Tyson Cole Police arrested Tyson Cole in August 2008 after he allegedly sent pornographic images to and arranged a meeting for sex with what he thought was a 14-year-old girl on the Internet. Cole, 24, had actually been communicating with a police officer pretending to be a girl. He was charged with internet luring of a child, internet sexual exploitation of a child and presenting obscenity to a minor.
Scott Kimball Scott Lee Kimball was sentenced to 70 years in prison in October 2009 in Boulder County court after he pleaded guilty in the deaths of his uncle Terry Kimball and acquaintances Jennifer Marcum, LeAnn Emry and Kaysi McLeod, who all disappeared in 2003 and 2004. Kimball led authorities to the remains of his uncle and Emry, and McLeod's body was found in northwest Colorado. Marcum's remains to date have not been found. Kimball lived in Broomfield and Lafayette and was a habitual criminal and at one point an informant for the FBI. He won't be eligible for parole until 2044. The CBS News program 48 Hours Mystery featured his case in an episode titled "Hannibal Unmasked" in April 2010.
Karla Hansen CBS4 reported in July 2010 that Denver Public Works employee Karla Kay Hansen was ordered to stand trial for allegedly stealing city computers then trying to resell them. She allegedly stole $7,264 worth of laptops, desktop computers and a computer monitor from public works offices at the Webb building. The items were reported stolen in January 2009. In April 2010 one of the computers was recovered from a Federal Heights pawn shop. Police say a buyer bought the computer but returned it to the pawn shop because it was locked and displayed a "City and County of Denver" insignia. Police tracked the stolen computers back to Hansen.
Richard Heene Richard Heene wound up with a 90-day jail sentence in Larimer County after pleading guilty to a false reporting charge after the "balloon boy" saga in October 2009. Although he still tried to deny it after his guilty plea, officials say Heene knowingly lied to authorities, telling them he and his wife thought one of their three sons was up in a UFO-shaped helium weather balloon that took flight and traveled from their Fort Collins-area home to a field near Denver International Airport. The scare prompted a major media circus to the first degree. The Heene family moved from Colorado to Florida in September 2010.
Kalani Opana Police said Kalani Opana told police in Lakewood he had shot and killed his roommate in August 2009 after an argument.
Bryan Grove (left), Tess Damm (center), Jared Sajal Guy (right) Tess Damm, a Lafayette teen who planned the February 2006 stabbing death of her mother, was sentenced to 23 years in prison in May 2007. Damm's boyfriend at the time, Bryan Grove, was sentenced to 40 years in prison. Prosecutors said he stabbed Linda Damm to death at her home. Police found Linda Damm's body in the trunk of her car at her home on Feb. 28 after receiving a tip. The body had been in the car for about 3 weeks and an autopsy showed she had been stabbed 18 times in the neck. Authorities said Linda Damm was stabbed 18 times and then left in the trunk of her car for weeks. Prosecutors said Damm's daughter, Tess, told Grove to kill her mother. Grove had been charged with first-degree murder, but prosecutors reduced the charge in exchange for his guilty plea in November 2007. Jared Sajal Guy pleaded guilty to helping his friends Grove and Damm in their attempt to dispose of Damm's mother's body and was sentenced to six months of work release followed by six months of electronic surveillance and 3 years of probation.
Alex Pacheco Shortly after the body of a 13-year-old girl was found in a ditch in Broomfield, police arrested Alex Pacheco on suspicion of murder. (The arrest was made in January 2009 and Pacheco was 18 at the time.) Kelsey Shannon was dating Pacheco prior to her disappearance in October 2008. Pacheco pleaded guilty in April 2010 to the crime and was sentenced to 48 years in prison. He also made a strange, rambling statement in court, saying he still loved Shannon.
Mitch Cozad Mitch Cozad, a former backup punter for the University of Northern Colorado football team, was sentenced to 7 years in prison for stabbing a rival teammate in September 2006. A jury found Cozad guilty of second degree assault for stabbing the starting punter, Rafael Mendosa, in his kicking leg.
Alfonzo Castro Alfonzo Castro of Denver and his brother Aaron are accused of being the ringleaders of an extensive Denver metro area meth ring and laundering the money through the purchase of expensive collector's comic books. Some of the seized comic books were first edition Superman and Batman publications. A total of 41 people were indicted in the case in August 2009 and arrested in a one-day takedown. The brothers allegedly moved the meth from Mexico into Arizona and then to Colorado. Women acting as "mules" would insert the drugs into their vaginal cavities to ferry the drugs to houses throughout the Denver metro area.
Jason Lee McRoberts Jason Lee McRoberts of Castle Rock in September 2008 faced a felony charge of obscenity after allegedly having sex with a dog and forcing a 7-year-old boy to watch. Police say the alleged incident occurred between December 2007 and June 2008 when McRoberts lived in Grand Junction. Authorities said he had since moved to Castle Rock.
James Bondsteel James Bondsteel was found guilty in 2011 of attacking two hikers in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Yan De Yang Yan De Yang, the owner of Chopsticks and Sushi, was arrested the day after an October 2009 murder that happened at his restaurant, located at 16th and Welton in downtown Denver.
Brent Brents Brent J. Brents was sentenced in July 2005 to 1,509 years behind bars for multiple rapes in the Denver metro area and the beating of a woman. He admitted he assaulted at least 10 women and children between October 2004 and February 2005.
Ken Childress Kenneth Childress, of Aurora, was sentenced to 36 years in prison for being in the back seat of a car that was driven by his 17-year-old son, whom he had given alcohol to. He was hitting his son on the back of his head and telling him to speed up when the November 2007 Lakewood crash occurred. The car rammed a Jeep after running red lights and a 3-year-old boy who had been sitting with Childress but was not in a child restraint was ejected from the back seat and seriously injured. The driver and his girlfriend were also hurt but not as badly. Childress was convicted of child abuse, vehicular assault, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, reckless driving and reckless endangerment. Jefferson County District Attorney Scott Storey said it may be the first time in Colorado that a passenger was convicted of vehicular assault. Childress had two prior felony convictions and was on probation for an alcohol-related driving offense at the time of the crash.
Christopher Steelman (left), Herbert Paul Beck (right) Herbert Paul Beck and Christopher Steelman allegedly plotted to kill a Wheat Ridge poker tour operator by putting his feet in a box full of rattlesnakes. They were arrested by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation in August 2007. Beck was accused of coming up with the deadly plan because he said a man owed him $60,000.
Delphie Leroy The Denver district attorney said in September 2009 Leroy Delphie was facing assault and child abuse charges after an incident in which he allegedly fought with police officers and tried to ram them with a car when they were responding to a domestic violence call Delphie was involved in.
Jeffrey Hawn A Park County judge ordered Jeffrey Scott Hawn to spend 10 days in jail for cruelty to animals in January 2009 after he admitted responsibility in a plea deal for the slaughter of 32 bison in early 2008. Some or all of the animals had strayed onto his Park County ranch, and he was apparently among those who shot the animals, who belonged to a neighboring rancher. Authorities estimated the value of the slain animals at $77,000. Hawn is CEO of global software company Attachmate Corp., based in Seattle. He lives in Austin, Texas.
Alex Kabelis Police in Boulder in May 2009 said Alexander Kabelis admitted to slashing tires on 46 vehicles. Officer allegedly spotted Kabelis crouched behind a police SUV, went to investigate and discovered a tire leaking air. Kabelis indicated he was frustrated over his relationship with his mother and blamed radiation from the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant near Golden. He also said his desire to slash tires stemmed from his getting braces in the 1990s. He faces tentative charges of criminal mischief and carrying a concealed weapon.
Aaron Thompson Aaron Thompson of Aurora was convicted in September 2009 of fatal child abuse, false reporting to authorities, concealing a death and conspiracy to conceal a death, among other charges. A judge gave him an 114 year jail sentence two months later. He told police for years that his daughter Aarone ran away because of an argument over a cookie but during his 2009 trial that lasted 6 weeks his lawyers acknowledged that Aarone was already dead when he reported her missing in November 2005. They tried to pin the blame on Thompson's live-in girlfriend Shely Lowe, who died in 2006 from heart problems. A grand jury indictment released publicly in April 2008 stated Aarone died because she was undernourished, suffered cruel punishment and was denied medical care.
Homaidan Al-Turki A trial court judge convicted Homaidan Al-Turki of Saudi Arabia in 2006 of sexually assaulting and enslaving his Indonesian maid in his Aurora home. He was sentenced to 20 years to life in prison. The Colorado Court of Appeals in January 2009 upheld Al-Turki's conviction on charges of false imprisonment, conspiracy, criminal extortion, theft and unlawful sexual contact.
Raul Gomez-Garcia Raul Gomez-Garcia was convicted of shooting and killing Denver police Det. Donald Young and shooting and wounding his partner, Jack Bishop on May 8, 2005, as the officer provided security at the Salon Ocampo social hall on W. Mississippi Avenue. Gomez-Garcia, an illegal immigrant, fled to Mexico and was arrested a month later (this photo was taken then by Mexican authorities). He was brought back to Colorado after Denver's DA promised the Mexican government he wouldn't seek the death penalty or file a charge that carries a life sentence. He was sentenced in October 2006 to 80 years in prison.
Sophia Nicole Alsept A judge sentenced Sophia Nicole Alsept to 2 years in prison in June 2009 for her role in an attempted murder case in which Alsept's boyfriend tried to have his mother killed. Nikita Lee Weis, Alsept's boyfriend at the time, was sentenced earlier for what the Colorado Springs Gazette called "hiring two men to kill his mother so that he could sell her car on the Internet and use the money to pay for Alsept's rent and a 'boob job,' according to the arrest affidavit." When attackers took on the Weis' mother in September 2008 she set off her car alarm and scared the attackers away.
Bruco Eastwood Bruco Strongeagle Eastwood is suspected in the shooting at Deer Creek Middle School in unincorporated Jefferson County on Feb. 23, 2010. (credit: Jefferson Co. Sheriff)
Jillian Fischer Jillian Fischer was arrested in July 2009 and accused of stealing narcotics. She allegedly took Dilaudid, Fentanyl, Vicodin, Ativan, morphine and Valium from Denver's St. Anthony Central Hospital. An arrest affidavit said Fischer told co-workers she injected herself with Dilaudid, a form of morphine.
Daniel Abeyta Daniel Abeyta was charged with first-degree murder, among other charges, after an August 2013 crime in Denver in which he allegedly shot and killed his neighbor and shot and wounded his wife. After the shootings, he was shot by a police officer after they say he shot at a propane tank with gunpowder on top that had been placed near his home.
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You Have Reached The End Of This CBS4 Gallery This gallery was created by CBSDenver.com staff. In some cases the people photographed were cleared of the crimes they were accused of commiting.