An officer-involved shooting of a man accused of leading police in Aurora on a chase that ended up with the suspect ramming a patrol car has been ruled justified by Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey.
A home invasion in Jefferson County led to a hostage situation and police chase that ended in Denver early Saturday morning.
The man accused of leading police in Aurora on a chase that ended up with him ramming a patrol car appeared in a Denver courtroom.
Police in Aurora captured the suspect involved in an officer-involved shooting that happened just after 11 p.m. Friday night.
A man accused of stealing an Adams County sheriff’s cruiser made his first court appearance Tuesday morning.
A man was taken into custody on Monday morning after a police pursuit.
Wednesday morning’s wild police chase included many close calls, and it continued for so long that the Copter4 crew covering it from the air was worried about running out of fuel.
The suspect in Wednesday morning’s dramatic car chase has a long criminal history that includes drugs and assault.
Police in Longmont have identified the suspect in Wednesday morning’s dramatic car chase and he has a long criminal history.
Two Fountain police cars were hit while officers were chasing a reported stolen vehicle on Friday, but no serious injuries have been reported.