February 2016 Archives

Colorado man faces attempted murder charge following dispute

Owning a house is one of many parts of the American dream. Many in Colorado dream of living lives of peace on plots of land that they own. Unfortunately, even those who live in houses they own find that they are unable to live peacefully due to the actions of their neighbors. Disputes often arise for a variety of reasons but rarely result in criminal charges. That was not the case for one man after a recent argument with his neighbors; he is now facing an attempted murder charge.

Colorado reality star Richard Wyatt facing serious allegations

Reality show fans in Colorado might already be familiar with Richard Wyatt, star of the American Guns show that aired for approximately one year. Although Wyatt made a name for himself on the popular reality show, he made headlines more recently when he voluntarily surrendered to police. He has since been indicted on multiple criminal allegations.

Number of DUI charges likely skyrocketed over Super Bowl weekend

Football fans in Colorado recently celebrated the Super Bowl, and a good percentage of viewers likely drank alcohol during the celebrations. Because of increased alcohol consumption, police were out in force over the big weekend with their eyes peeled for possible drunk drivers. However, with so many additional officers on the streets specifically looking for people to charge with a DUI, it is possible that some charges might be unfounded.

Colorado homeowner could face murder charge after robbery

The victim of a terrifying robbery could possibly have to contend with criminal charges in the near future. Colorado police are considering filing a murder charge against the victim, who they say shot the man who tied him up inside of his home. While community reaction has been largely in support of the victim, some believe that the language of the law might not be quite as sympathetic to his actions.

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