Racketeering Laws Used To Indict 8 Gang MembersA tactic never used before by law enforcement is targeting the illegal use of guns by organized crime.
Construction Company Owner Accused Of Stealing Nearly $500,000 From Clients, SubcontractorsA 70-count indictment has been returned by a grand jury against a man accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from property owners and subcontractors.
Separate Racketeering Cases Bring Lengthy Prison Sentences In DenverLengthy prison sentences have been handed down in two separate racketeering cases indicted last year.
Marijuana Opponents Using Racketeering Law To Fight IndustryA federal law crafted to fight the mob is giving marijuana opponents a new strategy in their battle to stop the expanding industry: racketeering lawsuits.
Trio Indicted On Numerous Racketeering Charges A 53-count indictment has been issued to three people accused in racketeering schemes.
Three Accused In Racketeering Operation In CustodyThree women accused in a massive racketeering operation are in custody.
Police Round Up Drug Dealing Suspects In 'Operation Tattletale'A major suspect roundup is taking place Thursday following a nine month investigation by the North Metro Drug Task Force. The crime ring involves some suspects whose names have been in the news recently.
Former Denver Attorney Accused Of Bilking More Than $2M From ClientsA former Denver attorney accused of stealing more than $2 million from clients has been charged with theft and racketeering.
Reputed Head Of Montreal Mafia Released In ColoradoThe reputed head of the Montreal Mafia was released Friday from a federal prison in Colorado after serving half of a 10-year sentence in a racketeering case, authorities said.
After Case Spans 7 Years, Man Convicted Of Racketeering In DenverA man accused of scamming individuals and businesses out of hundreds of thousands of dollars was sentenced on Monday.
Scheme: Grow Pot, Avoid ForeclosureProsecutors say a scheme preyed on people desperate to stay in their homes. Now five suspects are charged with offering to help, but only if those people grow marijuana in their homes.