The double murder suspect called “Ms. Puppy” appeared in court in Denver on Friday morning. Daryl Rasmussen is accused of murdering two men at their Denver home in 2011.
Colorado motorists would no longer have to sign their vehicle registration cards under an identity-theft measure advancing in the state Legislature.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department has released surveillance pictures of a group suspected in a metro area wide string of identity thefts.
Police are sending out a warning for drivers not to leave cars running unattended in the bitterly cold conditions in Colorado this week.
Target announced today the data breach that occurred at its stores during the holiday shopping season is more widespread than initially thought.
Personal information could be at risk for gamblers who used credit cards at any of three casinos in Black Hawk earlier this year.
A state employee lost a USB drive with the Social Security numbers and home addresses of nearly 19,000 workers while transporting it between work locations.
A grand jury has returned a multiple count indictment against a man accused of murdering two men in 2011.
Denver police are searching for two men accused of stealing credit cards and camera equipment from cars in Lower Downtown.
Authorities have busted an identity theft ring that they say cast a wide net and caught the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders organization among its victims.