No charges to be filed against officer who killed good Samaritan in Olde Town Arvada shooting
The Arvada officer, Kraig Brownlow, was legally justified when he shot Johnny Hurley, who was armed, in June as police responded to a shooting that also left Officer Gordon Beesley dead, 1st Judicial District Attorney Alexis King said Monday.
Slain Arvada officer Gordon Beesley had “fundamental goodness”
Gordon Beesley hated writing traffic tickets as motorcycle cop, but found his true calling when he was assigned to work with students as a school resource officer.
Littwin: The tragedy in Arvada — the death of both the cop and the good Samaritan — is even worse than we imagined
Johnny Hurley shoots and kills the man who had shot and killed Officer Gordon Beesley. And then a cop arriving at the scene shoots and kills Hurley, who was holding the killer’s gun. Tragedy piled upon tragedy piled upon tragedy.
Good Samaritan was killed by officer responding to “unspeakable tragedy” in Olde Town Arvada Square, police say
In a video statement Arvada’s police chief calls Hurley’s actions “decisive, courageous and effective in stopping further loss of life”
Arvada Army Navy Surplus store customer confronted gunman who ambushed officer, witness says
Police still say the gunman who fired on Officer Gordon Beesley left behind a note threatening cops.