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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.

Mother, son face felonies for elderly man's death

What began as an investigation into an elderly man's death ultimately led to criminal charges filed against two people. The felonies filed against the two allege that the victim did not die of any natural causes, but instead because of trauma caused by a blunt force object. The mother and son duo were allegedly supposed to be caring for the elderly man in question, prompting Colorado authorities to cite accusations of elder neglect in their arrest affidavit.

Felony charge could land Colorado women behind bars

Multiple banks were allegedly scammed out of thousands of dollars by two women in Colorado. At least one felony charge has been filed in addition to other criminal allegations, including identity theft and criminal impersonation. Authorities believe that the suspected operation might have been going on for some time.

Criminal justice is too often unjust when it comes to sex offenses

Our nation's Constitution guarantees equal protection under the law. This also applies to fair treatment for anyone accused of a crime. The importance of context cannot be overstated. Sadly, context and common sense are often disregarded when it comes to prosecuting sex offenses.

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