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Aurora Police Detain Person Of Interest In Woman's DeathPolice in Aurora are investigating a deadly shooting that left one adult male dead. The shooting happened in the 640 block of N. Potomac Street on Monday morning.
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Denver Fights Human Trafficking With Financial Crime ChargesPolice in Denver hope to fight well-organized human trafficking rings.
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