A former Boulder police officer accused of illegally killing an elk was convicted on all nine counts on Tuesday and could face six years in prison.
Attorneys will present closing arguments Tuesday in the case of a former Boulder police officer accused of illegally killing an elk.
Testimony is underway in the trial of a former Boulder Police officer involved in the killing of a trophy elk while he was on duty.
A former police officer who shot and killed an elk while on duty is going on trial in Boulder.
A former Boulder police officer charged with killing a trophy elk within the city limits may have tried to shoot another trapped animal back in 2008.
Elk, bear, moose, coyotes, deer, horses, dogs and even a rhinoceros make the list for top animal stories in Colorado in 2013.
The trial of a former Boulder police officer accused of shooting and killing an elk will not be moved out of Boulder.
Brent Curnow was accused of plotting to kill the elk with another officer. Now he will plead guilty in an agreement with prosecutors.
Prosecutors are offering a former Boulder police officer accused in the illegal shooting of an elk on New Year’s Day a deal.
A trial date is now set for two former Boulder police officers. Both men are accused of killing a popular elk in a Boulder neighborhood.