The National Transportation Safety Board said the plane was a Nanchang CJ-6A, which is a Chinese military training aircraft
El Paso County law enforcement bears responsibility for enormous errors with the Club Q gunman
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
What the law’s opponents don’t seem to get is that the red flag law was designed to keep guns away from those with mental health issues.
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.
MONUMENT — Two children and two adults were killed in what appears to be a murder-suicide at a home near Monument, the El Paso County Sheriff’s office said Sunday. Deputies were called to the home on Pleier Drive just after 10 a.m. Saturday for a report of “someone on scene who was seriously injured and […]
Colorado’s largest jails are becoming more crowded after population levels dropped to historic lows last year as officials made efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 behind bars. Now, as the world returns to a version of “normal” and court hearings have resumed, numbers are creeping closer to pre-pandemic levels at many of Colorado’s largest […]
Ryan Partridge had a number of run-ins with the Boulder County Sheriff’s Department in 2016. At the time, he suffered from paranoia, delusions and psychosis, and was in and out of jail for minor charges. While in jail, Ryan Partridge was often placed in a restraint chair or kept in solitary confinement for several days […]
When the Colorado Supreme Court issued twin pre-Christmas rulings denying political subdivisions government immunity from anti-discrimination laws, I really thought I would be writing a column lauding the outcome. I thought I would be cheering the court’s decision to close a loophole through which organizations like Denver Health and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office […]
By Allison Sherry, CPR News Nine months into the coronavirus pandemic and amid the state’s largest surge in critical cases, how much protection jail inmates get from the virus depends a lot on where they’re incarcerated. CPR News has found that jails across the state have varying policies on both supplying masks and requiring inmates […]