25, May 2013 - El Paso, CO Besides Evan Ebel, many more parolees committed murder in Colorado
Parolee Evan Ebel ditched his ankle monitor and investigators say he went on to murder Colorado Prison Chief Tom Clements and Nate Leon of Denver. We've now learned nearly 30 other parolees have been convicted of murder in Colorado, just since 2002. Other parolees await trial, accused of murder. Seven of those parolees turned murderers are from southern Colorado. One of them, Aaron Wilkerson ...
25, May 2013 - After six years of eluding police, man facing sex crime charges extradited to Maine
Posted May 14, 2013, at 1:14 p.m. Last modified May 14, 2013, at 2:10 p.m. ELLSWORTH, Maine â€” A man indicted nearly six years ago on three felony charges after allegedly forcing sexual contact on a preteen girl is finally back in Maine after he was apprehended in Colorado.
25, May 2013 - Grand, CO Clementsâ€™ Murder Suspect Practiced Controversial Religion In Prison
New documents released by the Colorado Department of Corrections show the man believed to have killed Colorado Prison Chief Tom Clements practiced a controversial form of religion behind bars.
25, May 2013 - Summit, CO Colorado murderer gets 24 years
Confessed murderer Jesus Reyna has been sentenced to 24 years in prison after pleading guilty to killing a man near Georgetown.
25, May 2013 - Colorado man sentenced for sexual abuse
MUSCATINE, Iowa â€” A Colorado man was sentenced Friday on six counts of second-degree sexual abuse, a class C felony.
25, May 2013 - El Paso, CO Officials investigate tie between 211 Crew prison gang and Saudi man
Federal and state investigators pursuing leads in the killing of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements are exploring possible links between a prison gang and a Saudi man whose petition to be sent back home was denied by Clements just one week before his death.
25, May 2013 - Four of five men guilty in Zetas money laundering trial
AUSTIN â€” Jurors here found the brother of the man who leads the Zetas drug cartel guilty of money laundering after a weeks-long trial that followed the gang's violent activities in Mexico and their involvement in the U.S. quarter horse industry. Family members of JosÃ© TreviÃ±o Morales, brother of Zetas leader Miguel TreviÃ±o Morales; Mexican businessman Francisco Colorado Cessa and quarter horse ...
25, May 2013 - Pot smokers can be fired, Colorado court rules
Pot smokers can be fired even if it was used for medical purposes and off duty. While marijuana use is legal in Colorado, appeals court says pot smokers can still be fired because the drug is still barred by federal law.
25, May 2013 - Colorado Court: Employers Have Right To Fire Employees for Smoking Marijuana
Even though Colorado may be a pot-smokerâ€™s haven, failing a drug test at work can still get employees fired. A Colorado Court of Appeals ruling announced Thursday that there is no legal protection for employees who smoke medical marijuana because the drug is still outlawed by the federal government. "For an activity to be lawful in Colorado, it must be permitted by, and not contrary to, both ...
25, May 2013 - Judge sets $10,000 bond for CU football player accused of assault
DENVER â€” A Boulder judge set bond at $10,000 for a University of Colorado football player, and one former player,...
25, May 2013 - Colorado Springs, CO Spectranetics Finalizes EXCITE ISR Adjunct Analysis Plan
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- The Spectranetics Corporation today announced the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) approval of its adjunct analysis plan associated with the EXCITE ISR clinical trial, studying ...
25, May 2013 - Denver, CO U.S. Attorney For Colorado: â€˜Epidemicâ€™ Abuse Of Prescription Drugs
The U.S. Attorney for Colorado has called the abuse of prescription drugs an "epidemic."
25, May 2013 - Boulder, CO Woman accused of DUI, hitting CU student while on way to AA meeting pleads guilty
The Boulder woman accused of clipping a food truck with her SUV, driving into a University of Colorado student eating lunch and then striking the church where she had planned to attend an Alcoholic Anonymous meeting has pleaded guilty to all of the charges against her, according to court officials.
25, May 2013 - Denver, CO Bank exec sentenced in Colorado bank failure
DENVERâ€”A senior executive of a failed Colorado bank has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for making improper loans to prop up the institution.
25, May 2013 - Court says pot smokers can be fired even in Colo.
Medical and recreational marijuana may be legal in Colorado, but employers in the state can lawfully fire workers who test positive for the drug, even if it was used off duty, according to a court ruling ...