Standley Lake High School
A Westminster man who pleaded guilty to threatening President Barack Obama and Colorado children made a plea deal to get out of federal custody and will only serve probation.
A man accused of threatening President Barack Obama and Colorado children has made a plea deal to get out of federal custody.
Five teenaged suspects have now all pleaded guilty in a burglary that included guns stolen from a home near Standley Lake High School.
Five juveniles believed to be connected to guns that were found on the grounds of Standley Lake High School have been charged.
Police in Westminster have arrested five juveniles in connection with weapons found near the athletic fields of Standley Lake High School by campus security last week.
Some weapons were found near the soccer field at Standley Lake High School on Wednesday.
A judge has denied bail for a Colorado man accused of telling his therapist he wanted to kill President Barack Obama and shoot schoolchildren despite objections from his defense attorney.
A judge will hear arguments about whether to grant bail to a man accused of telling his therapist that he wanted to shoot children and kill President Barack Obama.
A Westminster man is facing similar charges on a federal level and in Jefferson County for allegedly threatening the president and plotting to kill students at a trick-or-treat event.
A Westminster man faces charges of threatening the president, and prosecutors say he also wanted to kill local students at a trick-or-treat event.