Charles Garcia

An image of the meeting on Monday (credit: CBS)

Recreational Pot Regulation Work Begins In Colorado

A 24-member task force appointed to set up marijuana rules meets Monday for the first time.


An image from the security camera of the arrest. (credit: city of Denver)

City Allowed To Fire Officers In Police Beating

The Civil Service Commission ruled Monday that two officers can be terminated for a high-profile, videotaped beating in a case that cost one top-ranking city official his job and sparked calls for a federal civil rights investigation.


Denver Diner incident caught on camera in July 2009. (credit: CBS)

2 Fired Denver Cops Can Have Their Jobs Back

Two Denver Police Officers who were fired after scuffling with customers outside the Denver Diner and then accused of lying about it, can have their jobs back.


Michael Deherrera on Tuesday (credit: CBS)

Reversal Of Firing In DPD Beating Case Comes As A Shock

Two Denver police officers have their jobs back after being fired in March over an aggressive arrest in LoDo.


Michael DeHerrera (credit: Denver Police Department)

Firings Of Officers In LoDo Beating Case Overturned

It’s been ordered that two Denver police officers fired in a highly publicized case for beating up a young man in LoDo get their jobs back.


Charles Garcia resigned his position as Denver Safety Manager on Wednesday. (credit: CBS)

Denver’s Manager Of Safety Resigns

Denver’s Manager of Safety has resigned after six months on the job. During that time, Charles Garcia fired eight Denver police officers for lying or excessive force.


(credit: CBS)

Denver Officer Fired Over Unauthorized Ammunition Use

A Denver police officer who used unauthorized, military ammunition in a shooting that left a bystander wounded has been terminated.


Det. Jay Estrada (credit: CBS)

Second DPD Officer Fired In 2 Days Announced

Denver’s manager of safety fired yet another police detective Wednesday for lying during the course of a hit-and-run accident investigation.


Kenneth Briggle (credit: CBS)

Manager Of Safety Fires Another Denver Police Officer

CBS4 learned that on May 25, Manager of Safety Charles Garcia signed orders terminating Officer Kenneth Briggle, who had been with the department for 19 years.


Images from the security video showing Marvin Booker's death (credit: CBS)

No Discipline Against Deputies In Marvin Booker Death, Video Shown

There will be no disciplinary action against five Denver Sheriff’s deputies who were involved in restraining inmate Marvin Booker before he died.



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