The task force investigating three shootings, two deadly, in Northern Colorado and the mysterious cases of shattered windows along Interstate 25 has released more details on their progress.
Within about two-and-a-half hours during the early morning Wednesday, three cars had their passenger windows shattered in Aurora.
Police on Tuesday were investigating another vehicle’s shattered window on Interstate 25.
The surviving victim in one of two roadside shootings that have been linked says the most frightening thing for her is the fact that it seems random.
New developments in the series of car window shatterings that occurred in Weld County last month.
Law enforcement has added extra patrols along Interstate 25 where shattered windows have been reported. Investigators continue to be baffled by the mystery of what’s causing the shattered windows.
For the first time a woman shot in the neck as she drove along Interstate 25 talked about her ordeal. She was caught up in what appears to be a series of attacks on drivers.
Authorities in Northern Colorado are investigating three more cases of shattered windows, bringing the total number to eight since April 21.
Five times now a vehicle’s window has been shattered while traveling in Northern Colorado. The latest happened Tuesday morning on Interstate 25 in Fort Collins.
A young woman who is recovering after she was shot in the neck while driving on Interstate 25 told her family that she can forgive the gunman.