Surveillance footage showing Anderson Lee Aldrich pulling up to the Colorado Springs nightclub in an SUV and opening fire inside will be shown in court, 4th Judicial District Attorney Michael Allen has previously said.
Anderson Lee Aldrich
Judge denies request to postpone preliminary hearing for Club Q shooting suspect
More than 5,000 pages and a terabyte of evidence, including surveillance footage, 911 audio and photographs have been collected in the case against Anderson Lee Aldrich.
Prosecutors file motion to add 12 more charges against Club Q shooting suspect
A dozen more charges involve two more victims in the Nov. 19 attack on the LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs.
Silverman: Club Q victims deserve better law enforcement and criminal justice. Let the feds take over.
El Paso County law enforcement bears responsibility for enormous errors with the Club Q gunman
Littwin: The more we know about Club Q suspect, the less we know about why red flag law wasn’t invoked
Whatever the El Paso County DA and sheriff say, the measure was passed to address cases just like the Club Q suspect’s earlier arrest
2021 case against Club Q suspect, who threatened to become “next mass killer,” was dismissed by court
District Attorney Michael Allen said prosecutors were unable to serve subpoenas on witnesses, namely Anderson Aldrich’s mother and grandparents
Nicolais: The Club Q monster began life in a volatile family
While an unstable, troubled family raised a killer, our society cannot escape condemnation for its role in creating one
El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, which arrested alleged Club Q shooter in 2021, has never initiated a red flag gun seizure
In June 2021, the sheriff’s office arrested the alleged shooter, Anderson Aldrich, on felony menacing and kidnapping charges. Formal charges weren’t pursued and the case was sealed.
Club Q shooting suspect appears bruised, battered during subdued first court hearing
The alleged shooter faces first-degree murder charges, which carry a penalty of life in prison without the possibility of parole