As we all know, Colorado has been shaken by some extraordinarily startling crimes in 2012 -- and they're reflected in the mug shots that accompanied our coverage of these stories. Below, we've assembled the images associated with the best known among them, as well as other tales that give us just as ... More >>
Better late than never. Our roundup of this past month's most memorable mug shots includes two Denver Broncos, a CEO, a high school grad turned media star and all manner of people accused or convicted of crimes ranging from the strange to the heinous.
Check out the entire collection below, and chec ... More >>
In February 2011, Boulder-based Sunflower Farmers Market was still dealing with bad PR over the arrest of a New Mexico employee for allegedly putting semen in someone's yogurt when company CEO Michael Gilliland was busted on suspicion of child prostitution in an Arizona sting operation. A year and a ... More >>
The end is not only near. It's here. Our annual mug-shot-a-palooza, which has included collections focusing on hairstyles, tattoos, intimidation, celebrities and notables, weirdness, baby faces and women who got crossways with John Law, led to yesterday, when we published part one of the year's top ... More >>
Photos below.Our 2011 mug shot showcase rolls on. Yesterday, we shared our picks for the year's ten most intimidating images. Now, cast your eyes on celebrities and notables who earned booking photos of their own, featuring several past and present Denver Broncos (what would Timmy say?), a Ho ... More >>
As we reported yesterday, downtown Denver will finally get a full-service grocery store thanks to a new development at 20th Street and Chestnut Place. But other than hints that it will be a "national brand," there's no word yet as to which grocery store we're gonna get.
Here are ten grocery ... More >>
Big pics below.A prostitute with AIDS who's still turning tricks, a group of party-goers who allegedly doused a fellow attendee with lighter fluid and set him ablaze, a Sunflower clerk who may have mixed yogurt with semen, and the Sunflower CEO, suspected of felony child prostitution: They're ... More >>
It's a bit of cheeky coincidence that the man who co-founded Wild Oats Markets in Boulder twenty years ago has been accused of attempting to sow those oats with an underage prostitute in New Mexico. Turns out that one of the first stores Michael Gilliland purchased en route to building his he ... More >>
Michael GillilandSunflower Farmers Market founder and CEO Michael Gilliland was always a "big-picture guy," says the man who replaced him this week at the Boulder-based company.
But according to the Arizona law enforcement officers who took Gilliland into custody on February 10, he isn't muc ... More >>
Big pic below.As of last week, the worst PR Boulder-based Sunflower Farmers Market faced had to do with New Mexico employee Anthony Garcia allegedly putting semen into a customer's yogurt. But that's a minor hit compared to the resignation of company founder and CEO Michael C. Gilliland's fol ... More >>