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February 2017 Archives

Criminal conviction leads to woman's arrest on fugitive warrant

The long hand of the law extends further than some of us may think. That seems to be true with respect to the apprehension of a woman in another state recently for a shoplifting criminal conviction out of Colorado from 2014. If the authorities have the right person, it appears that she may not have appeared for sentencing or otherwise violated the terms of her probation.

Felony charges have ex-student facing prison on bomb threat

Disgruntled students have said a lot of uncomplimentary things when they are unsatisfied with their college grades, but such anger rarely goes to the extreme of calling in a bomb threat against the school. That is what a 32-year-old man allegedly did recently when he threatened a bomb attack at Colorado Mountain College if his grades were not raised. He was charged with the felony of false reporting of an explosive device and numerous other serious charges.

Criminal charge of felony menacing filed against man with gun

In Colorado, can a person be arrested for walking near a middle school with a loaded rifle and wearing a hat and camouflage pants? The police in Florence seem to think so because they recently arrested such a person on a criminal charge of felony menacing. The man was apparently walking and not making any stops or threatening gestures. The police started to get calls about him and some observed that he periodically tried to hide the rifle.

Colorado high court decision may have long-term consequences

A potential crisis in the licensing of pot growers in Colorado has been created by a recent decision of the Colorado Supreme Court. In a decision that may have long\-term consequences, the Court ruled last week that law enforcement agencies are not required to return marijuana seized during an arrest, even if the defendants are acquitted on the charges. According to some experts, the ruling flies in the face of years of practice and is in direct opposition to Amendment 64, which legalizes marijuana in the state.

Man charged with threatening co-workers, faces criminal charge

Initial press reports of an alleged crime in Colorado may be difficult to understand if the police have released few facts about the events or if the press provides too little space for reporting the facts in detail. These may be factors in getting the full picture of what was behind the arrest of a 46-year-old-man in Colorado Springs recently for allegedly threatening co-workers with a handgun. The man was eventually captured, but police did not reveal the precise criminal charge filed against him.

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