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December 2015 Archives

Veteran facing serious charges after hit-and-run accident

A lot is at stake for a retired Army colonel who currently faces some rather hefty accusations. His charges include multiple counts of drunk driving, vehicular homicide and other fairly serious charges that could lead to decades spent behind bars. Currently out on $500,000 bail, he is set to return to court soon in order to attend a preliminary hearing regarding his charges.

Domestic assault charges keep some families apart for holidays

Being with family is one of the most important parts of the holiday season. Sadly, for some people in Colorado who have been charged with a domestic violence offense, being with loved ones is not an option. We understand the intense emotional and legal toll that facing domestic assault charges can take on an individual and on a family.

Colorado Springs bank robbery suspect located and jailed

The week of Thanksgiving, a branch of Herring Bank located on North Nevada Avenue was robbed. Police believe they identified the person responsible, but he was not in the state by the time they reached that determination. However, the man accused of the bank robbery was brought back to Colorado Springs, and at last report, was in jail there.

Murder charge follow incidents in 2 Colorado cities

A police investigation is often like putting together a puzzle. However, officers do not always have all the pieces of the puzzle, leaving them to speculate regarding missing details. As a result, innocent people could ultimately be accused of crimes they did not commit. One man may have to fight against a murder charge in two different Colorado cities, including Denver.

Woman suspected of drunk driving after landing in Loveland Lake

In the time leading up to the end of another year, the number of drivers on Colorado roadways increases, and, unfortunately, so does the number of intoxicated drivers. During the holidays, there are just so many different reasons for consuming alcohol, and some people fail to appoint designated drivers to get them home safely. A woman who is suspected of drunk driving was recently arrested after being rescued from Loveland Lake.

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