Mitch Morrissey

Christopher Booker (credit: Denver Police)

$50,000 Bond Set For Driver Who Critically Injured Officer John Adsit

A judge set bond for the Denver man who drove into four police officers, severely injuring one of them, while the officers were escorting hundreds of East High School students who were marching down East Colfax Avenue for a protest.

03/26/2015

Christopher Booker (credit: CBS)

Denver DA: Driver Who Critically Injured Officer John Adsit Lied To Get License

The Denver Police Fugitive Unit has arrested the Denver man who drove into four police officers, severely injuring one of them, while the officers were escorting hundreds of East High School students who were marching for a protest.

03/25/2015

Matt Anckner gets a hug from his mom (credit: CBS)

Denver Hopes To Break Cycle Of Sexual Abuse With New Awareness Campaign

Denver wants to break the cycle of sexual abuse by encouraging everyone to believe victims who confide in others.

03/18/2015

Sharod Kindell (credit: Facebook)

No Charges For Denver Officer Who Shot Man During SUV Stop

Prosecutors won’t file criminal charges against a Denver police officer who shot a man who struck him with a stolen SUV during a traffic stop.

03/06/2015

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Red-Light Camera Ban Passes 1st Test In Colorado

A ban on red-light cameras and speed-van enforcement passed its first test Wednesday in the Colorado Legislature.

02/25/2015

Jessie Hernandez (credit: CBS)

Hundreds At Funeral For Teen Girl Killed By Denver Police

Hundreds of friends and relatives gathered to say goodbye to a 17-year-old girl shot to death by Denver police officers, recalling her big heart.

02/07/2015

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Denver District Attorney Rips Manager of Safety For ‘Irresponsible’ Actions

In a nearly unheard of move, Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has blasted Denver’s manager of safety for what the veteran prosecutor calls “irresponsible” behavior.

02/03/2015

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After Cold Case Is Solved, Neighbor Wonders Why It Took So Long

Friday’s announcement that a 1997 cold case is solved was relieving as well as a bit frustrating for neighbors in Denver’s Crestmoor neighborhood.

01/30/2015

Surle Goldfogel (credit: Denver Police)

Denver Police Announces 1997 Cold Case Is Solved

Eighteen years after a woman was beaten to death in her home in Denver, police announced on Friday that they know who killed her.

01/30/2015

The protest Tuesday morning (credit: CBS)

Group Demands Special Prosecutor To Investigate Teen’s Death By Police

Friends and family of a teenager shot and killed by Denver police have asked for a special prosecutor to investigate the case.

01/27/2015

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