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On February 24, 2013 at approximately 1:30 AM, Thornton Police Officers were dispatched to a report of a disturbance where shots were fired at Chamucos Bar located in the 8600 block of Washington Street. Officers found a 40 year old male at that location that sustained a gunshot wound. The male was transported to the hospital for medical treatment for serious injuries.
Former Eagle Ridge Academy executive director Robert Hughes has been charged with theft and embezzlement, accused of stealing almost $20,000 from a federal grant intended for the Brighton charter school. According to an arrest affidavit, the startup grant was to be used to purchase about 350 Netbook computers for students as well as software and other program materials. (FOR COMPLETE ARTICLE SEE LINK BELOW)...
Commerce City Police have found a 14-year-old boy who had been missing since Monday night. Christian Rasmussen, spokesman for Commerce City Police, said the boy was spotted at a gas station near Interstate 76 and 88th Avenue by a driver who called police. The boy was picked up by police and is now safe at home. (FOR COMPLETE STORY CLICK LINK BELOW) ...
A suspected drunk driver allegedly pulled a gun on an Adams County sheriff's deputy Monday and the deputy shot and killed him. His name has not been released. The deputy was not injured, Terrance O'Neill, a spokesman for the Adams County Sheriff's Department, said. (FOR COMPLETE ARTICLE CLICK LINK BELOW)...
The Commerce City resident who was missing in the last 48 hours has been found alive. The Commerce City Police Department received a report from a citizen of a male in the area of the 10700 block of Chambers Dr. The Denver Police helicopter was in the area assisting with the search, and was able to locate Sanders in a field west of Chambers Dr. Officers and medical personal were able to make contact with the individual who was then transported to a local hospital for treatment related to exposure to the cold. No additional information is available at this time. ...
A car stolen from a couple at gunpoint in Denver Saturday night was spotted in Adams County Sunday morning, but was not apprehended by police. [CLICK BELOW FOR LINK TO COMPLETE ARTICLE]...
A man confessed late Sunday to killing a 14-year-old girl and leaving her body somewhere along a trash-strewn road in Commerce City, police said. [SEE LINK BELOW FOR FULL DENVER POST ARTICLE] ...
By Editor Kathy McIntyre / Photos by Dustie McIntyre. Commerce City – Forty-nine local children with Christmas wishes for Santa to fulfill. Twenty-nine families whose lives have had challenges too much to overcome this last year. What is one Santa Claus supposed to do? What else could Santa do but reach out to the Commerce City Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 19 to assist. Not only do these 94 brave officers serve and protect all year long, 365, 24/7, but on Saturday, December 22, they donated, shopped, volunteered, wrapped, decorated, smiled, laughed, hugged, cooked, and cleaned. The most important activity of the day, the life changing activity, was they made dreams come true and they gave HOPE that life can be better, even if for only a short time. (SEE ARTICLE BELOW AND FULL PHOTO GALLERY)...
As they do every year, officers with the Brighton Police Department have been busy spreading a little holiday cheer to those who might face a dismal Christmas otherwise....
According to the Adams County District Attorney's Office, a Commerce City Police Officer has been charged with a felony count of animal cruelty in the much-publicized shooting of a Commerce City dog in weeks past. Allegedly, and as apparently demonstrated through a home video, the police officer shot a dog while it was in the garage of a homeowner after having tazed the dog. The DA's release is attached.
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