The trial of a woman accused of buying the gun used to kill Colorado corrections chief Tom Clements was delayed until December on Monday but there’s a chance she could plead guilty before then.
The head of Colorado prisons told lawmakers his department needs to improve the monitoring of parolees, and that officials are considering using cell phones instead of electronic bracelets to do so.
A Saudi man convicted of sexual assaulting his housekeeper and treating her as a virtual slave was moved from a Colorado state prison to a federal prison outside Denver with little explanation Friday.
An outside review says the Colorado prison system doesn’t have clear guidelines for how officers should respond when electronic alarms indicate a parolee is breaking the rules.
El Paso County security officials say a Colorado judge received threats related to the 211 Crew, a prison gang that has been investigated in connection with the killing of the state corrections chief earlier this year.
The woman accused of providing the gun used to kill Colorado’s prisons chief will be held behind bars as she awaits trial in federal court.
Nearly 300 prison sentences have been changed as a result of a state audit that was initiated after a man who killed the Colorado prisons chief was let out too soon.
Colorado judges have declined to change prison sentences in more than 1,200 cases that officials said may have mistakenly allowed convicts to reduce their time.
A woman accused of providing the gun used to kill Colorado’s prisons chief and a Denver-area man was arrested Friday after she was indicted on a federal charge.
Colorado lawmakers will question prison officials about how they’re supervising inmates on parole in light of cases where former inmates slipped out of monitoring bracelets, including a man suspected of killing the state’s corrections chief.