Mental Health Experts: More Time Needed To Examine Richard KirkThe state mental hospital says it needs more time to examine a Denver man, accused of eating marijuana-infused candy he bought at a legal pot shop and then killing his wife.
Tom Fallis Found Not Guilty In Murder TrialJurors on Thursday found a former sheriff's deputy not guilty of killing his wife in 2012.
Lawyers Say Man Who Allegedly Shot Wife While On Pot Edibles Was InsaneRichard Kirk, 48, has changed his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity in the death of his wife.
Murder Suspect Changes Plea To Not Guilty By Reason Of InsanityA Denver man accused of eating marijuana-infused candy he bought at a legal pot shop and then killing his wife while she described her husband's erratic behavior on a 911 call has changed his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity.
RMNP Rangers: Area Where Henthorn Took Wife ‘Obscure… Unusual’Two National Park Rangers testified Wednesday that the spot in Rocky Mountain National Park where Harold Henthorn took his wife and where she fell to her death in 2012 was "obscure" according to one and ‘unusual’ according to a second ranger.
Ranger: Woman's Diamond Missing From Ring After Cliff FallA ranger says a woman whose husband is charged with pushing her from a cliff in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park was wearing her wedding ring but the diamond was missing.
Ranger: Man Could Not Explain 'X' On Map Where Wife FellA man charged with pushing his wife to her death off a cliff as they hiked in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park struggled to explain to investigators why he had a park map with an "X'' drawn at the spot where she fell.
Henthorn Dispatcher: ‘Didn’t Feel Like He Was Doing CPR’On the opening day of the murder trial for Harold Henthorn, a 911 dispatcher testified that after Henthorn’s wife Toni fell nearly 140 feet, and as the dispatcher was walking him through doing CPR, she came to the conclusion he wasn’t actually trying to save his wife’s life at all.
Opening Statements Begin In Murder Trial Of Man Accused Of Pushing Wife Off CliffTestimony began on Tuesday in the murder trial of a Highlands Ranch man accused of pushing his second wife to her death off a cliff in Rocky Mountain National Park on their wedding anniversary.
Jury Seated In Trial Of Man Accused In Wife's Cliff FallA jury has been seated in the trial of a man accused of shoving his second wife to her death off a cliff in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Henthorn Judge Says Murder Trial Will Be ‘A Doozy’On the first day of jury selection for Harold Henthorn, the Highlands Ranch man charged with killing his second wife, Federal Judge R. Brooke Jackson told about fifty prospective jurors the upcoming trial "will be a doozy."
Henthorn Judge Rules Jury Can Hear About First Wife's DeathA federal judge has ruled that prosecutors will be allowed to tell a jury about the death of Harold Henthorn's first wife in 1995 when the Highlands Ranch man goes on trial for the death of his second wife.