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Animal Cruelty

Chloe was shot to death by a Commerce City police officer in November of 2012  (credit: CBS)

Man Suing For Damages After Police Shot His Dog

The owner of a dog shot and killed by Commerce City police is suing the city and three officers.

11/14/2013

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Dozens Of Dogs Removed From Hoarder Home

Four people face charges in a new case of animal hoarding in the Denver metro area.

10/02/2013

One of the 118 Havanese dogs up for adoption after being rescued from a home in Watkins (credit: CBS)

Man Found With 121 Dogs Gets 2 Years Probation

A man who admitted he couldn’t part with his Havanese puppies will spend 2 years on probation.

09/20/2013

An image of the deer (credit: Parker Police Department)

Buck Spotted With Arrow Sticking Out Of Back In Parker

Police are looking for the person who shot a buck with an arrow in Parker.

07/02/2013

Tami Carrasco (credit; CBS)

Fort Collins Dog Trainer Headed To Trial On Animal Cruelty Charges

The owner of a Fort Collins dog training and boarding facility is headed for trial on animal cruelty charges.

06/29/2013

A rescued horse in Jefferson County (credit: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office)

18 Horses In Poor Health Seized From Property In Morrison

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office investigators and animal control officers seized 18 horses from owners of a property in Morrison.

05/22/2013

Randy and Dottie Sloan's dogs (credit: CBS)

Legislators Find a Cause That They Can All Agree On

Some may think in this day and age that our elected leaders cannot come together and agree on anything. However, Colorado lawmakers proved them wrong this week on a very important issue.

04/23/2013

Chunie Smith (credit: Denver Police Department)

Denver Man Accused Of Animal Cruelty Formally Charged

A man accused of animal cruelty has been formally charged.

04/08/2013

(credit: Larimer Co. Sheriff)

Livermore Man Cited With Cruelty To Horses

Larimer County sheriff’s officials say a Livermore man has been cited with 20 counts of animal cruelty over accusations that his horses didn’t have water.

03/08/2013

Boulder Police Officer Sam Carter poses with the elk he shot with his service gun while on duty. (credit: CBS)

Police vs. Animals: Are We Seeing a Trend?

After the third questionable animal shooting by a police officer in the metro area in three months, it’s time to hear from police departments and our elected leaders that these are anomalies and not a tragic trend. Without some response, we’re left to assume the worst.

01/15/2013

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