CBS4 has learned that for two days this week, police investigators working on the Jessica Ridgeway murder case thought they might have their man. They were heavily focused on Ari Misha Liggett as the likely suspect.
CBS4 has learned that an independent arbitrator has ruled against the Denver police union and in favor of the City of Denver over the length of a new police contract and pay raises for officers.
Investigators in Douglas County are now examining a woman’s body that was buried nearly 20 years ago, but was pulled from the ground on Friday.
For nearly 20 years she has been known as “Jane Doe;” a teenager found dead at a Douglas County campground. With no identification found at the scene, no certain cause of death and no leads, she was buried in Castle Rock with her identity unknown.
The popularity of medical marijuana in Colorado has had an unintended side effect — dogs getting stoned, sometimes with deadly results.
A Jefferson County judge has harshly slapped down requests for mercy from a terminally ill inmate and his family who requested he be allowed to return home to die.
The best-laid plans of Colorado’s Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division have backfired, leading to what one lawmaker is calling gross government excess.
Former Arapahoe County Sheriff Pat Sullivan waived his right to a preliminary hearing on Monday. CBS4 Investigator Brian Maass has reported that lawyers for Sullivan and prosecutors are discussing possible plea bargain scenarios.
“Scoop” Daniel, the Breckenridge lawyer who disappeared in 2007 and was being sought by police for the next 4 1/2 years, apparently applied for and received federal Social Security benefit payments during the time he was being sought.
Westminster Police have charged Tony Streno, the athletic director at Westminster High School, with false reporting for calling police on his boss for drinking and driving.