A key witness in a death penalty case in Denver has refused to testify.
Opening statements began Monday in the murder trial of Dexter Lewis, who is charged with stabbing five people to death in a Denver bar, marking the start of a rare death penalty case in Denver.
For the first time since 1999, prosecutors in Denver are seeking the death penalty.
Denver prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty against the final man accused of killing five people at a Denver bar during a robbery and setting a fire to cover it up.
The final man accused of killing five people at a Denver bar during a robbery appears in court Thursday.
Two men charged in a deadly rampage at a Denver bar last fall pleaded guilty on Tuesday.
Three men accused of fatally stabbing five people at a Denver bar and then setting the bar on fire to cover up the killings have pleaded not guilty.
Three men accused of robbing and killing people got away with just $170. That information was revealed in the first part of the preliminary hearing for the suspects in Fero’s Bar murders.
The five people who were found dead inside a Denver bar last month were stabbed to death.
The question of whether a crime scene was accessible before it should have been could play a role into an arson homicide case that left five people dead and three suspects in jail.