A police officer in Englewood is recovering after a drunk driver crashed into her cruiser late Thursday night.
“Pay attention”– that’s the message to drivers from Colorado State Patrol after several crashes involving state troopers and highway workers.
There’s an effort to change Colorado’s law in cases where a driver kills or seriously injures someone. Right now many times the driver is just sentenced to probation. That may soon change.
The man who struck and killed a police officer over the Memorial Day weekend in 2012 has been sentenced to a total of 10 years behind bars.
Five law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in Colorado last year are being honored.
The man who struck and killed a police officer over the Memorial Day weekend in 2012 pleaded guilty on Friday.
The man accused of driving drunk and killing an Englewood police officer pleaded not guilty in court on Friday.
More than 100 motorcyclists, some of them from law enforcement, went riding Sunday in honor of a fallen officer and to raise money for another.
A judge has determined there is enough evidence for a man accused in a hit and run that left an Englewood police dead, to stand trial.
The driver suspected of hitting and killing an Englewood police officer is now free on bond.