Reward money being offered for information leading to a suspect in a poisoned meatball case in Boulder County will now go to charity since no suspects were found.
The small mountain community of Jamestown commemorated the devastating flood of last September with blown-up posters of typewritten notes hung on the ceiling of the town hall.
The third case of intentionally poisoned meatballs in a month may have killed one dog.
Authorities have issued a warning for pet owners in a Longmont neighborhood after someone planted poisoned meatballs in the 400 block of Collyer Street.
The reward is growing for information leading to the arrest of the person who put poison in meatballs and then left them for dogs to eat.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation says DNA test results are inconclusive in efforts to track down the person who left tainted meatballs in a Boulder County Park.
Two more tainted meatballs have been found Sunday in a Boulder County park.
More dogs are getting sick from poisoned meatballs left in a park in Boulder County and authorities still have no idea who is responsible.
There’s now a $4,500 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case of poisoned meatballs in a Boulder County park.
Researchers at Colorado State University are trying to figure out exactly what was used to lace poisonous meatballs left in a Boulder County park.