Rocky Mountain National Park
After days of searching there is still no sign of a missing Broomfield man who was overdue from a mountaineering trek in the Longs Peak area.
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Harold Henthorn to stand trial in May 2015 in connection with the 2012 death of his second wife, Toni Henthorn, during a fall in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Federal investigators in the Harold Henthorn case sought records of his phone calls, Google searches and information about previous injuries suffered by his wife, Toni Henthorn.
A Federal Judge set a trial date for May 4-15 for Harold Henthorn, the 58-year-old Highlands Ranch man charged with murdering his wife in Rocky Mountain National Park in 2012.
Teams were facing extremely harsh weather Tuesday morning during their search for a missing Broomfield man who was overdue from a mountaineering trek in the Longs Peak area.
Pamela Mackey, a high-profile Denver attorney who previously represented NBA star Kobe Bryant, has now entered the Harold Henthorn murder case, representing the suspect’s brother, Robert Henthorn.
DENVER (AP/CBS4) – A judge will not unseal search warrants in the case of a man accused of pushing his wife to her death off a cliff in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park. U.S. District […]
Visitation to Rocky Mountain National Park this year has topped the 3.2 million mark, the highest the park has ever received.
CBS4 has learned that the FBI has been in contact with a 52-year-old California woman who met Harold Henthorn online and may have dated him for a brief time. She said Henthorn went by the name of “Buzz.”
Harold Henthorn, the 58-year-old Highlands Ranch man arrested and charged last week in connection with the death of his second wife, has virtually no criminal record except for a bizarre case of underwear theft.