If you read between the lines in this week’s Loveland officer shooting case, it sounds like police might have all of the suspects in custody.
Despite requests from the Larimer County District Attorney to set the bond for the man arrested in connection to the shooting of a Loveland Police officer at $1 million, a Larimer County magistrate set the suspect’s bond at half that while police question a second person of interest in the shooting.
Police arrested a man they called a person of interest who turned himself in saying he was involved in the shooting of a Loveland police officer.
A Loveland police officer is recovering in the hospital as his fellow officers try to track down the person who shot him during a traffic stop.
LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4/AP) — Three schools in Loveland were put on lockdown and residents were evacuated after police received a tip about the location of a suspect or suspects in a shooting the left a […]
Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Loveland.
Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has decided an officer-involved shooting that left a suspect in a hostage situation dead was justified.
Family members of a career criminal who held a teen hostage and was killed by police on Tuesday say his death didn’t have to happen.
Authorities have released the identity of a man shot by a deputy along Interstate 70 last Friday.
A shooting involving police and a motorist backed up heavy weekend ski traffic on westbound Interstate 70 Friday evening.