Officer Adsit Believes His Bike Helmet Saved His LifeOfficer John Adsit was nearly killed when he was run over while trying to protect high school students who were protesting police violence in December 2014. Now, he's sharing his recovery journey with CBS4's Alan Gionet.
Former Denver City Council Candidate Charged With Allegedly Forging Petition SignaturesA former candidate for Denver City Council District 2 has been formally charged following allegations of forged petition signatures.
Construction Company Owner Accused Of Stealing Nearly $500,000 From Clients, SubcontractorsA 70-count indictment has been returned by a grand jury against a man accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from property owners and subcontractors.
Dueling Pianos Founder Charged With 122 Counts Of Financial CrimesHe is alleged to have gotten away with hundreds of thousands of dollars from seven identified victims, all detailed in a 122-count indictment.
Cellphone Clears Woman Charged With ForgeryA year after Taylor Brookshire was arrested, jailed for four days without bond, and charged with felony forgery, Denver prosecutors have dismissed all charges against the Littleton nursing student saying cellphone technology indicates they likely arrested and prosecuted the wrong person.
Littleton Woman Jailed, Charged: Calls It Mistaken IdentityA 23-year-old Littleton woman spent four days in jail without bail and is being charged with two felony forgery counts in what she, her mother, and a former FBI agent say is a case of mistaken identity.
Former Caseworker Pleads Guilty In Misconduct CaseA former human services caseworker who was charged with official misconduct following accusations that she falsified reports, has pleaded guilty and been sentenced in the case.
Woman Charged With Forging Checks Of Retirement Home Residents A woman has been charged in connection with forging several checks from three assisted living residents she worked with.
Driver Who Hit Officer John Adsit Still In Custody After Last Week's Bond HearingThe Denver man who drove into four police officers, severely injuring one of them, while the officers were escorting hundreds of high school students who were marching for a protest, appeared before a judge on Wednesday.
Driver Who Critically Injured Officer John Adsit Formally ChargedThe Denver man who drove into four police officers, severely injuring one of them, while the officers were escorting hundreds of East High School students who were marching down East Colfax Avenue for a protest, was formally charged on Friday.
$50,000 Bond Set For Driver Who Critically Injured Officer John AdsitA judge set bond for the Denver man who drove into four police officers, severely injuring one of them, while the officers were escorting hundreds of East High School students who were marching down East Colfax Avenue for a protest.
Grand Jury: Phony Tow Company Took Cars, Didn't Return ThemA Denver grand jury has indicted a former NFL player for allegedly stealing cars by posing as a towing company.