Colorado Ponzi Schemer Dan Rudden Continued Lying Until The EndDan Rudden admitted to running a Ponzi scheme that cost investors in Colorado and around the country millions of dollars.
Confessed Ponzi Perp Charged With Wire FraudThe Greenwood Village businessman who confessed to running a Ponzi scheme for the last seven years, costing investors millions, turned himself in to federal authorities Tuesday.
Feds Charge Colorado Confessed Ponzi SchemerFederal prosecutors in Denver have arrested Greenwood Village businessman Dan Rudden a week after he confessed to a massive Ponzi scheme that defrauded investors of what Rudden estimates was $55 million.
Dancing FBI Agent Not Alone: Second Officer Faces Charges For Weapon DischargeA police officer whose gun accidentally fired at a youth baseball tournament in Steamboat Springs last month is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday to face multiple criminal charges.
Ponzi Scheme Ensnares Car Dealer ‘Dealin’ Doug’Doug Moreland, better known around Colorado as car pitchman “Dealin’ Doug,” admits he is one of the victims of a massive Ponzi scheme first reported this week by CBS4.
Taser Listed As Factor In Green Beret’s DeathThe police use of a Taser on a man in Elbert County in April is now being listed as one of the causes of his death, according to a CBS4 Investigation.
Businessman Confesses To $55M Ponzi Scheme: 'I'm Ashamed Of What I’ve Done'A Greenwood Village businessman has confessed to CBS4 that he has been running a Ponzi scheme for the last seven years, bilking investors of $55 million.
Walker Stapleton Talking Points RevealedShortly before Republican gubernatorial candidate Walker Stapleton announced his pick for Lt. Gov., his campaign manager tried to control the narrative on social media.
Mayor Hancock Accuser Suspended Over Faulty WarrantLeslie Branch-Wise, the Denver Police Detective who sparked major controversy when she accused Denver Mayor Michael Hancock of sexual harassment, will be suspended for four days without pay later this month.
Former Colorado Education Department Employee Sentenced To Prison For 'Upskirting' ColleaguesCalling what Thanh Ta did “horrible, horrendous,” a Denver District Court Judge on Friday sentenced the former state worker to 12 years in prison followed by decades of sex offender probation for taking “upskirt” pictures of his female co- workers.
DPD Chief Committee Recommends Cmdr. Paul Pazen To MayorWith a decision on Denver's next police chief expected soon, CBS4 has learned a 17-member search committee ranked the five finalists after interviewing each of them. The committee told Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's office that District One Police Commander Paul Pazen finished first, in their informal voting.
DPD Chief Candidates List Same Professional ReferenceTwo candidates to be Denver’s next Chief of Police listed the same person as a professional reference in their application packets.