The final Boulder Police Department’s internal investigation report on two ex-Boulder cops accused of illegally killing an elk in the city reveals new details.
Formal charges were filed Thursday against two former Boulder police officers in the shooting death of an elk that outraged a neighborhood.
The Chief of Boulder Police and Boulder District Attorney said the resignation of two officers following charges over the killing of an elk will not impact the criminal investigation.
The two police officers involved in the killing of an elk in a Boulder neighborhood have resigned, four days after the district attorney filed charges against them.
The district attorney in Boulder on Friday announced that his office is filing multiple charges against the two police officers involved in the killing of an elk in a neighborhood, an incident that led to an outcry from angered residents.
The Boulder County district attorney is expected to file charges this week against the police officer who killed a neighborhood elk.
The Boulder County district attorney says he should have a decision on Friday if criminal charges will be filed against a police officer who shot an elk.
Boulder’s police chief on Monday met with neighbors very upset by an officer’s actions after he shot and killed a bull elk last week.
A candlelight vigil was held in Boulder Sunday evening for an elk that was shot by a police officer last Tuesday.
Two police officers who were involved in the shooting of an elk have been placed on administrative leave with pay while the Boulder Police Department investigates the incident.