The man who admitted to shooting a Loveland Police officer with a shotgun was sentenced to 40 years in prison on Wednesday.
A man who shot a police officer with a shotgun during a traffic stop pleaded guilty on Thursday to attempted first-degree murder charges.
The man accused of shooting a police officer in Loveland has been officially charged. Cody Powell has been charged with attempted murder and assault in the shooting of officer Garret Osilka.
If you read between the lines in this week’s Loveland officer shooting case, it sounds like police might have all of the suspects in custody.
Despite requests from the Larimer County District Attorney to set the bond for the man arrested in connection to the shooting of a Loveland Police officer at $1 million, a Larimer County magistrate set the suspect’s bond at half that while police question a second person of interest in the shooting.
Police arrested a man they called a person of interest who turned himself in saying he was involved in the shooting of a Loveland police officer.