Karen Garner Arrest: 3 Loveland Police Officers Who Were Involved Lose Their Jobs, Chief ApologizesThree officers who were involved in the arrest of Karen Garner last year have resigned from the Loveland Police Department.
'Did You Hear That Pop?': New Jailhouse Video Allegedly Records Loveland Officer Recounting Forceful Arrest Of 73-Year-Old With DementiaNewly released jail security footage obtained by CBS4 allegedly shows a Loveland police officer recounting the moment he felt a 73-year-old's shoulder "pop" during an arrest.
Separate Investigations Launched Into Controversial Arrest By Loveland Police OfficersA team of outside law enforcement agencies and city officials are launching separate investigations into the forceful arrest of a 73-year-old Colorado woman with dementia.
District Attorney's Office Calls For Official Review Of Controversial Arrest Of Karen GarnerThe 8th Judicial District Attorney's Office says it is calling for an official review of the arrest of Karen Garner on June 26, 2020.
'We Are Concerned': Loveland Police Chief Responds To Forceful Arrest Of 73-Year-Old With DementiaAttorneys representing Karen Garner, who suffers from dementia and sensory aphasia, say the fragile woman experienced a broken arm, dislocated shoulder and sprained wrist following an altercation with Loveland police in June.
Loveland Police Respond To Federal Lawsuit Claiming 'Excessive Use Of Force' During Arrest Of 73-Year-Old WomanThe Loveland Police Department is responding to a federal lawsuit that alleges "excessive use of force" and serious injury during an arrest of a woman in her 70s.
Aurora Police Officer Robert Rosen Fired For Using Excessive ForceAurora Police Officer Robert Rosen was fired Thursday after using what the police chief called "excessive force" during an arrest last summer. Video shows Rosen repeatedly tasing the suspect while he is on the ground.
Man Files Excessive Force Lawsuit Against Denver Police, Claims Officers Broke His Nose & RibsA man is suing the Denver Police Department for possible excessive force.
Officer Resigns After Video Shows Him Hitting Shoplifting Suspect Dozens Of TimesA Fort Collins police officer has resigned after surveillance camera video showed him hitting a shoplifting suspect more than 60 times.
Nearly All Recommendations From Denver Sheriff's Department Review AccomplishedThe Denver Sheriff's Department says it is closer to changing the culture of the agency.
Lawyer: Video Shows Excessive Force By PoliceA woman has filed a lawsuit against the Aurora Police Department saying several of their officers used excessive force against her.