Denver District Attorney
An error at the Denver Police Crime Lab linked the wrong DNA evidence to the wrong crimes.
The two brothers arrested in the “Milli Vanilli” bandits case now face multiple charges.
The charge against Colorado Avalanche goalie Semyon Varlamov that stemmed from a domestic violence incident has been dropped.
Less expensive home security systems are capturing more and more crimes on video, but are the cameras leading to more convictions? Alan Gionet asks the Good Question, “Are cameras cracking crimes?”
Denver police say two men arrested for attempted sexual assault and burglary admitted they tried to break into homes in Park Hill looking for women to sexually assault.
The arrest by federal officials of 150 pimps across the country and in Denver in a three-day sweep highlights what the Denver district attorney says is a growing problem: child prostitution.
The Denver District Attorney will not file any criminal charges in relation to last week’s deadly shooting at a home in Southeast Denver.
Deadly hit-and-run crashes have risen dramatically in Denver over the past three years. In 2010, five people were killed in hit-and-run crashes. By 2012, that number more than doubled to 13 deaths.
One Denver psychic has been convicted of theft, a second was arrested this month in California and Denver prosecutors are still seeking to arrest a third psychic accused of convincing clients she was a “witch doctor.”
It’s headed for a tough fight in the Legislature, but the man behind the plan to require anyone convicted of any crime in Colorado to provide a sample of DNA says it would be a great tool for fighting crime.