Judge Overturns Rape Conviction, DA Weighs Whether To Retry CaseAfter 28 years behind bars, a Denver man could be released from prison for a crime he’s always proclaimed he didn’t commit. Earlier this week, a judge overturned Clarence Moses-EL’s rape and assault convictions from 1987 and ordered a new trial.
New Trial Ordered For Man Imprisoned For 28 Years, Woman Dreamed He Raped HerA man imprisoned for 28 years after a woman said she dreamed that he raped her could be freed after a Denver judge overturned his conviction, saying he would likely be acquitted at a new trial because someone else confessed to the crime.
Denver DA Morrissey Praises Katie's Law, Wants It For Misdemeanor ConvictionsDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey is once again praising the passing of Katie's Law, which took effect in 2010 and requires DNA to be taken from all adults convicted for new felony offenses. But he also wants it to include misdemeanor convictions.
Korean War POW Finally Laid To RestIt’s been 65 years since anyone last heard from Cpl. Grant H. Ewing, but on Monday he was finally laid to rest in his home town of Fort Lupton on what would have been his 93rd birthday. But the road home hasn’t been easy.
Remains Found Of Man Who Survived Driving Into Dillon Reservoir But Went MissingThe remains of a Summit County man who disappeared last year have been found.
DNA Helps Identify Possible Murder Victim In Cold CaseThe cold case disappearance of Beverly England turned active this week after new DNA samplings confirmed bones found in the nearby mountains in 1992 were those of the missing Salida woman who was last seen in 1980.
Dirty Shorts Lead To Burglary ChargesDNA linked investigators to a burglary suspect after he left behind a pair of shorts with fecal matter inside.
Aurora Police Searching For DognapperPolice in Aurora say someone stole a 4-month-old English bulldog from a home near 13th Avenue and Scranton Street.
Support Group Rallies To Call Attention To Unsolved MurdersFamilies connected to dozens of Colorado cold cases gathered in a Jefferson County park over the weekend to with a goal of keeping hope alive.
500th DNA Hit Reached In Katie's LawThe Denver District Attorney is celebrating Colorado's 500th "hit" and the way the 2010 law has changed prosecuting criminals.
Serial Burglar 'A Menace In This Community For 3 Decades' Gets 48 YearsA convicted serial burglar and habitual criminal who was tracked down by DNA was sentenced to 48 years in prison on Wednesday.
Investigators In Utah Say Body Found In The 1970s Could Be Missing Colorado ManDeputies in Utah think a body found nearly four decades ago is that of a Colorado man.