Dave Joly

Denver Police, FBI Investigating Bank Robbery

Authorities are asking for the public’s help in finding a man who robbed a bank in south Denver.

09/09/2014

Police in Littleton in August investigate reports of a shooting at an office building in the 1200 block of W. Mineral that turned out to be a case of "swatting." (credit: Alison Betts)

FBI Investigating Prank Colorado SWAT Call

Federal authorities are helping investigate a prank that spawned a SWAT response in Littleton last week.

09/02/2014

(credit: FBI)

‘Good Grammar’ Bandit Suspected In 7 Bank Robberies

Investigators believe the man dubbed the “Good Grammar Bandit” has struck seven banks in recent months. He earned the nickname because of the typed and grammatically-correct demand notes used during the robberies.

07/31/2014

Sharp shooters on the scene of an active shooter exercise in Broomfield. (credit: CBS)

Law Enforcement Hold Active Shooter Exercise In Broomfield

Teams of law enforcement officers in full tactical gear descended on Flatiron Crossing Shopping Center on Sunday for an active shooter exercise.

05/19/2014

(credit: CBS/FBI)

FBI Wants Help Finding Armed & Dangerous Bank Robbers

The FBI would like the public’s help finding two bank robbers who struck a Wells Fargo Bank in Westminster.

01/23/2014

CBS4's Kelly Werthmann talks with Kellie Bohrer. (Credit: CBS)

Doggie Deception: Thieves Target Dog Lovers

Coloradans love their pets. Now a teen contacted CBS4 after she fell in love with a puppy and lost thousands of dollars.

01/20/2014

(credit: CBS)

FBI Concerned About Sex Trafficking At Broncos Game

The FBI has been concerned with big sporting events bringing in sex traffickers exploiting women forced into prostitution.

01/17/2014

(credit: fbi.gov)

FBI Conducting Search At Grand Junction Airport

FBI agents are conducting a search at the Grand Junction airport as part of an investigation into alleged fraud by airport administration.

11/06/2013

Harold and Toni Henthorn (credit CBS)

Highlands Ranch Man Under Investigation After Freak Accidents Kill 2 Wives

Local and federal authorities are investigating the deaths of a Highlands Ranch man’s two wives which took place 18 years apart from each other.

10/31/2013

CBS4 Investigator Brian Mass opening an envelope containing a large check as part of the scam (credit: CBS)

Widespread Scam Targets CBS4 Investigator Brian Maass

Maass just wanted to sell a couple of used kids bikes on Craigslist for $35 apiece. Little did he know the ad would lead to a 6-week online scam attempt, the type of hustle that has defrauded many Americans out of billions of dollars.

10/28/2013

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