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‘Crime and Justice’ Archives

Final Suspect in March 2010 Shooting Arrested

Final Suspect in March 2010 Shooting Arrested

    Press Release: December 6, 2011     On December 5, 2011, Gordon Rae Reed, DOB: 093089, of Aurora, was arrested on suspicion of Aggravated Robbery (Felony 3).  Mr. Reed was the final suspect of four individuals arrested as a result of a drug deal gone bad that occurred on March 29, 2010 at a home in the Horsetooth Reservoir area. On March 29, 2010, the Larimer County Sheriff's Office received a report from Poudre Valley Hospital, that a 19-year-old ... Full Story

Parker man pleads guilty to a false statement in

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE NEWS RELEASE John F. Walsh United States Attorney, District of Colorado December 5, 2011 PARKER MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO A FALSE STATEMENT IN BANKRUPTCY HEARING DENVER – Hubert B. Aguirre, Sr., age 57, of Parker, Colorado, pled guilty on November 29, 2011 to making a false statement under oath in relation to a bankruptcy case, U.S. Attorney John F. Walsh, IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge Sean P. Sowards, and Social Security Administration ... Full Story

Colorado Springs Couple Sentenced For Obstruction And

  DENVER – Gary Neuger, age 56, and Beth Neuger, age 54, of Colorado Springs, Colorado were sentenced last week by U.S. District Court Judge Marcia S. Krieger for criminal obstruction and filing false income tax returns, United States Attorney John Walsh and Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge Sean P. Sowards announced.  Gary Neuger was sentenced to serve 24 months in federal prison, followed by 1 year of supervised release, along ... Full Story

DEA Takes Down Cortez Area Methamphetamine Trafficking

  DENVER – Earlier this week the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) led Southwest Drug Task Force and the 22nd Judicial District Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force arrested five people responsible for trafficking highly pure methamphetamine in the Cortez area, U.S. Attorney John Walsh and Acting Special Agent in Charge Kevin Merrill announced today.  Five of the eight defendants were arrested yesterday without incident.  The other three defendants were already in custody ... Full Story

Guilty pleas from Aurora couple

Attorney General announces guilty pleas from Aurora couple who perpetrated an elaborate workers compensation fraud scheme DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today that his office has secured guilty pleas from two Aurora residents who stole $120,000 worth of workers’ compensation funds from Pinnacol Assurance. Martin Lobatos (DOB: 8/26/1971) pleaded guilty to theft, a class-three felony, and making a false statement on a worker’s comp claim, a class-five ... Full Story

435 Arrests during Thanksgiving DUI Crackdown

435 Arrests during Thanksgiving DUI Crackdown

    Heat is On Holiday Crackdown Continues through January 2   Denver, CO (December 02, 2011) – Heavy DUI enforcement in Colorado over Thanksgiving week netted 435 drivers suspected of drinking and driving. The arrest numbers are up this holiday season, compared with the same time period last year when 363 drivers were arrested for DUI. According to preliminary reports, there were five people killed in crashes in the state over the Thanksgiving weekend and four of ... Full Story

Man Sentenced For Sex Trafficking Of A Child

  Former Denver Man Sentenced For Sex Trafficking Of A Child And Aiding And Abetting Department of Justice Press Release Denver – Timothy Wayne Lee, age 45, formerly of Denver, was sentenced late today to serve 180 months (15 years) in federal prison by U.S. District Court Judge Robert E. Blackburn for sex trafficking of a child and aiding and abetting, United States Attorney John Walsh and FBI Special Agent in Charge James Yacone announced. Following his 15 year sentence, Lee ... Full Story

GOP wants to kill Smokey the Bear

GOP wants to kill Smokey the Bear

        Smokey Bear up in smoke? House GOP takes aim By Emily Heil Is nothing sacred? We get that House Republicans are dead serious in their efforts to trim federal spending and cut the national debt, but we had no idea how far they were willing to go...until now. They may be proposing giving the axe to none other than the beloved icons Smokey Bear and Woodsy Owl. Yes, that’s Smokey of “only you can prevent forest fires” fame and Woodsy, ... Full Story

Health Executives Receive Only Nine Months In Prison

Health Executives Receive Only Nine Months In Prison For Killing Three People   By Ian Millhiser Nov 22, 2011 at 9:50 am Last week, ThinkProgress reported on a Mississippi woman who received three years in federal prison because she lied on a series of forms in order to obtain $4,367 in food stamps she needed to feed herself and her two children. Meanwhile, this happened: According to U.S. District Judge Legrome D. Davis, the Synthes officials wanted to beat their competitors ... Full Story

No charges in officer involved shooting in Greeley

  District Attorney Investigation of the shooting of Jason Collins at the Fairfield Inn, Greeley, Colorado on October 28, 2011 SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATION On October 28, 2011, Jason Collins was shot and killed by officers of the Greeley Police Department SWAT team. Department of Homeland Security/ICE (DHS) agents had arranged for an undercover agent to meet with Collins at the Fairfield Inn Hotel located at 2401 29th Street, Greeley, Colorado. Agents of DHS had identified ... Full Story

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