Commerce City Agrees To 6 Figure Settlement With Fired CopCommerce City has agreed to pay a former police officer $150,000 to settle a federal lawsuit he filed after he was terminated for filing a Colorado Open Records Act Request.
Neighbors Stand Behind Officer Accused Of Unlawful Sexual ContactA former Commerce City police officer has been accused of molesting women during traffic stops and his neighbors in Brighton are in disbelief.
Former Commerce City Police Officer Charged With Unlawful Sexual ContactA former police officer with Commerce City has been charged with unlawful sexual contact. Investigators have set up a tip line for the possibility that there may be more victims who have not come forward.
Officer Accused Of Staging His Own Shooting Resigns From ForceA Commerce City police officer accused of staging his own shooting is no longer with the department.
Details Emerge In Arrest Of Commerce City Police Officer After ShootingCommerce City Police Officer Kevin Lord, charged with lying about being shot during a traffic stop, was tripped up by his own statements and ballistics testing according to sources familiar with the case.
Commerce City Officer Arrested In Shooting, False Reporting CasePolice in Commerce City have arrested a police officer for false reporting in connection with a shooting the occurred on Sunday.
Commerce City Officer Fired After Filing Info RequestA Commerce City police officer fired after he filed a Colorado Open Records Act Request has now filed a federal lawsuit suggesting his termination violated his First Amendment rights.
After Another Dog Killed, Animal Training Begins For PolicePolice across Colorado will learn how to deal with aggressive dogs and other animals next week as part of training mandated by state law.
After Another Dog Is Shot & Killed, Commerce City Police Share ConcernsPolice in Commerce City say they are dealing with a sharp increase in problems with vicious dogs in their city.
Adams County Safety Agencies To Change Emergency Alert SystemAdams County police and fire agencies have voted to change a key facet of their “First Call” emergency alert system after a CBS4 Investigation revealed one agency was regularly using the system to notify residents about non- emergency community meetings.