A Westminster man who pleaded guilty to threatening President Barack Obama and Colorado children made a plea deal to get out of federal custody and will only serve probation.
A man accused of threatening President Barack Obama and Colorado children has made a plea deal to get out of federal custody.
A Westminster man accused of threatening to kill schoolchildren and the president is scheduled to change his not guilty plea Wednesday.
Federal prosecutors have reached a plea agreement with a former Colorado Mesa University student accused of threatening President Barack Obama last fall.
There has been a delay in the hearing for a man accused of threatening President Obama and school children in the Denver metro area.
A judge has denied bail for a Colorado man accused of telling his therapist he wanted to kill President Barack Obama and shoot schoolchildren despite objections from his defense attorney.
A judge will hear arguments about whether to grant bail to a man accused of telling his therapist that he wanted to shoot children and kill President Barack Obama.
There is a line when therapists must observe doctor-patient privilege and when they are legally required to contact police about a client. When therapists are required to contact police about a client if that person is a danger to the public.
The therapist for a man who said he planned to shoot children during a Halloween event said he isn’t a hero and was only doing his job when he called authorities.
A Westminster man is facing similar charges on a federal level and in Jefferson County for allegedly threatening the president and plotting to kill students at a trick-or-treat event.