It's one of the most shocking crimes in the Denver music community over the past decade -- the slaying of 21-year-old Kurt Levias during a melee outside a Bluebird Theater hip-hop show in 2004. Now, finally, an arrest has been made in the case: George Allen IV, who reportedly went under the nom de ... More >>
Update: On Sunday, as we note in our original coverage below, Wayne Lufkin, 74, disappeared from an assisted-care facility, after which authorities discovered he had warrants on him in Colorado and Oregon. Now comes word that Lufkin has been found in Denver and is currently cooling his heels in anot ... More >>
Big pic below.Update: We're getting more information about the arrest of Richard Paul Stewart, a person of interest in the slaying of his ex-wife, Norma Stewart, at the Edward Jones branch in Westminster. Granted, some of that info is a bit garbled. However, it's clear that Stewart is current ... More >>
Roderick Elias and the DNA on Kristen Kay Swanson were a match.Another day, another cold case belatedly moved forward by DNA. Yesterday, we told you about Kevin LeWayne McKinney, who's been charged in the 1998 murder of Diane Caldwell. Today, it's Roderick Elias, formally accused of murderin ... More >>
Miguel Angel Caro-Quintero once sold weed by the ton. Yes, the ton.Miguel Angel Caro-Quintero, 46, who entered a guilty plea Friday in regard to charges against him in Colorado and Arizona, isn't just any drug peddler. As one of the reputed leaders of Mexico's Sonora cartel, he became the stu ... More >>
David McCoy's reported request of job applicants: "May I watch you shower?"You remember David McCoy, right? According to the Boulder Police Department, McCoy says he operated a media business called (I'm not making this up) Zeus Pegasus International, and a while back, he advertised for a cam ... More >>
Norman Williams.According to the Aurora Police Department, teamwork helped ensnare a man accused of a murder that took place the better part of a year ago. Last November, Angela Ball, 33, was found dead at the Winsor Court Apartments, 10990 East 16th Avenue. Breaks in the case were rare unti ... More >>
Traveling with private extradition companies is no joy ride -- particularly for female prisoners.
From the week of June 14, 2001
A fugitive makes her way back to Denver.
It took sixteen years and international extradition, but the Colorado Attorney Generalís Office finally got its man.
Transported by private companies, wayward inmates discover that their journey to prison can be a long, strange trip.
When Paula Larsen feels wronged, she sues--and she never lets go.
THE DOCTOR'S IN JAIL AND MOST BOARDMEMBERS HAVE QUIT--BUT BILL COORS VOWS TO PRESS ON.
A MEXICAN AIRLINE PURSUES ITS EX-CHAIRMAN TO A VAIL CONDO.