A controversial Denver towing company has infuriated some Denver police officers with its latest move: towing a car belonging to witnesses who were assisting Denver police officers with an accident investigation.
A woman’s car broke down on the side of the interstate, so she called a mechanic to have it towed to a garage. But instead of getting fixed the car was taken to a salvage yard and crushed.
After a deadly shooting, while the victim was on the phone with emergency dispatchers, Denver ordered its independent audit committee to look at how long it takes police officers to respond.
A Denver police officer has pleaded guilty to a DUI charge for a bizarre drunk-driving accident in which he claimed the actual driver of his car was a mystery man named “Good buddy.”
The Adams County district attorney has charged Denver Police Officer Timothy J. Kelley with sexual exploitation of a child, a felony, for allegedly downloading and keeping videos and files deemed “sexually exploitative material.”
A female patrol officer has been fired in the latest of a growing number of Denver Police Department personnel recently found to be focused on sexual pursuits when they were supposed to be chasing crime.
The dispatcher involved in a 911 call that ended with a woman shot to death allegedly by her husband is being disciplined.
The Denver Police Department has revised its policies to give officers more authority to decide how to respond to calls in which a person is in imminent danger.
A Denver police vice detective caught last week with a known prostitute had his pants down, was driving a police car, and the woman was in a compromising position, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the case.
A Denver police detective who led the investigation into alleged prostitution use by a federal judge is himself now under investigation for allegedly soliciting a prostitute in Lakewood, according to a CBS4 investigation.