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Sam Carter and Brent Curnow (credit: Boulder Sheriff)

Boulder Officers Resign 4 Days After Being Charged In Elk Shooting Case

The two police officers involved in the killing of an elk in a Boulder neighborhood have resigned, four days after the district attorney filed charges against them.

01/22/2013

Former Boulder Police Officer Sam Carter poses with the elk he shot with his service gun while on duty. (credit: CBS)

2 Boulder Officers Face Felony Charges After Shooting Of Elk

The district attorney in Boulder on Friday announced that his office is filing multiple charges against the two police officers involved in the killing of an elk in a neighborhood, an incident that led to an outcry from angered residents.

01/18/2013

An image from the walk (credit: CBS)

Boulder Residents Hold Silent Walk To Remember Elk Shot By Officer

The Boulder County district attorney is expected to file charges this week against the police officer who killed a neighborhood elk.

01/13/2013

Former Boulder Police Officer Sam Carter poses with the elk he shot with his service gun while on duty. (credit: CBS)

Decision On Charges Against Officer Who Shot Elk Could Come Friday

The Boulder County district attorney says he should have a decision on Friday if criminal charges will be filed against a police officer who shot an elk.

01/09/2013

Boulder Police Chief Mark Beckner (credit: CBS)

Boulder Police Chief Meets Residents Over Elk Shooting

Boulder’s police chief on Monday met with neighbors very upset by an officer’s actions after he shot and killed a bull elk last week.

01/07/2013

An image from a candlelight vigil held for the elk Sunday evening (credit: CBS)

Candlelight Vigil Held For Elk Killed By Police Officer In Boulder

A candlelight vigil was held in Boulder Sunday evening for an elk that was shot by a police officer last Tuesday.

01/06/2013

Former Boulder Police Officer Sam Carter poses with the elk he shot with his service gun while on duty. (credit: CBS)

Boulder Police Officer Investigated In Elk Shooting On New Year’s Day

The Boulder Police Department confirms that one of its officers is responsible for shooting and killing an elk on New Year’s Day. Colorado Wildlife officials are investigating.

01/03/2013

The bear in Evergreen (credit: CBS)

Bears, Elk Get Close To Schools

The students at a middle school in Jefferson County got an unusual lesson in wildlife on Tuesday as the school was locked down because of a bear camped out nearby.

09/11/2012

An image of the elk (credit: CBS)

Wildlife Officials Remove Hammock From Elk’s Antlers

An elk is back in the wild after getting itself in quite the predicament in Snowmass Village on Thursday.

08/31/2012

(credit: ThinkStock)

Panel Approves Big Game Hunting License Numbers

The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission has approved lowering the number of licenses available for hunting mule deer, elk and pronghorn.

05/11/2012

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