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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

‘Crime and Justice’ Archives

Colorado woman pleads guilty to conspiracy to provide

WASHINGTON – Jamie Paulin Ramirez, 32, a U.S. citizen and former resident of Colorado, pleaded guilty today to one count of conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Ramirez faces a potential maximum penalty of 15 years in prison and a $250,000 fine at sentencing. The guilty plea, which was entered today before U.S. District Court Judge Petrese B. Tucker in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, was announced by Todd Hinnen, acting Assistant Attorney General for National ... Full Story

Weld Count Case Tracking Summary

Weld County District Attorney's Office Case Tracking Summary March 7, 2011

Top Consumer Complaints in Colorado

Attorney General unveils top 2010 consumer complaints During the 2010 calendar year, Colorado consumers filed 6,462 complaints with the Office of the Attorney General — a nearly 37 percent increase over 2009’s total of 4,723 complaints and a 117 percent increase over 2008’s total of 2,969 complaints.  

Sentence for man involved in investment, securities

Attorney General announces 10-year community corrections sentence for man involved in investment, securities fraud scam   DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced that a Douglas County District Court judge sentenced Adam Kelepolo (DOB: 2/10/1973) to a 10-year community corrections sentence for his part in defrauding investors between September 2002 and March 2007 as part of a securities fraud scheme. Kelepolo also was ordered to pay $820,000 in restitution to his ... Full Story

Case against suspected serial burglar of Front Range

Case against suspected serial burglar of Front Range golf courses

Attorney General tees off case against suspected serial burglar of Front Range golf courses DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today that his office, in conjunction with the Broomfield Police Department, have arrested a Lakewood  man suspected of stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth of items from numerous individuals and golf courses along the Front Range. According to the 20-count indictment, Marc Pierre Friel (DOB: 7/4/1966) stole more than $93,000 worth ... Full Story

16-year prison sentence for ringleader

Attorney General announces 16-year prison sentence for ringleader of multimillion-dollar commercial Ponzi scheme   DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today that a Denver judge has sentenced John Reinholdt II (DOB: 1/10/1972) to 16 years in prison and ordered him to pay $2.5 million in restitution for his role in running a commercial Ponzi scheme. “Criminals that defraud Colorado banks drive up the cost of home loans and other credit for all consumers,” ... Full Story

Arson Investigation, Larimer County Sheriff

Arson Investigation March 1, 2011   Larimer County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to Vern's Trailer Park at 4220 West County Road 54G at approximately 10:30 p. m. on Sunday, February 27 on the report of a burning structure.  Deputies worked with the Poudre Fire Authority who extinguished the blaze; however, the trailer was a total loss.  No one was in the home at the time of the fire. Larimer County Sheriff's Office investigators are working with Poudre Fire Authority ... Full Story

Missing 4 year old, Found

Missing 4 year old, Found

  Missing Girl Found March 1, 2011 4-year-old Shariden Holland who investigators have been searching for was located safely in Larimer County today.  Larimer County Sheriff's Office investigators received a call from the girl's mother, Aubrey Holland, this morning to arrange a meeting after she saw news reports looking for them.  Shariden Holland was taken into protective custody by officials. Investigators also located and spoke with Richard Davis who was also being sought in ... Full Story

Jail Crowding

Due to overcrowding at the Larimer County Jail, officials were recently forced to reconfigure several housing areas to accommodate the growing number of female inmates. Jail officials converted a special male housing area over to female housing to relieve some of the overcrowding and insure the safety and care of the inmates.  The male inmates in this housing area were either moved to the general population or to other areas that could accommodate their special needs, i.e. medical ... Full Story

Vehicle Break-Ins at Trailhead

The Larimer County Sheriff's Office has been receiving an increasing number of reports of vehicles parked at the Lion Gulch Trailhead parking lot being forcibly entered and items stolen by unknown individuals.  Stolen items include firearms, computers, iPods and wallets. LCSO deputies are looking for two, possibly suspicious, vehicles that were reportedly seen in the area.  One is a Ford Escort, or similar vehicle, white in color with blue window tinting.  The second vehicle is a ... Full Story

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