Yesterday, an Internal Affairs Review Panel was set to issue findings regarding Boulder Police officer Christian McCracken, charged with attempted first-degree murder in a case that allegedly involved him stalking and harassing his ex-girlfriend. McCracken apparently realized the results wouldn't be ... More >>
Update: The troubles faced by head-injured Boulder Police officer Christian McCracken continue to mount. Now, in addition to charges (including attempted first-degree murder) related to his alleged stalking of a Boulder dispatcher, he's facing drug allegations related to Schedule III narcotics conc ... More >>
The secret behind long sentences handed out to repeat offenders in the 18th Judicial District
This week's cover story, "Welcome to Arapahell," examines Arapahoe County District Attorney Carol Chambers's frequent filing of habitual criminal charges against repeat offenders, which can triple or quadruple the length of a prison sentence. While other district attorneys use the habitual criminal ... More >>
Aaron Million.Back in 2009, Westword's Joel Warner profiled Fort Collins entrepreneur Aaron Million's plan to pump thousands of gallons of Wyoming water into Colorado -- a scheme that raised plenty of hackles north of the border. But today, he's got a more immediate concern. He was arrested ... More >>
The Children's HospitalLouis Hampers.In April, Denver Judge Herbert Galchinsky granted 9News reporter Deborah Sherman a permanent restraining order against Dr. Louis Hampers, the head of emergency medicine at The Children's Hospital in Aurora and the subject of this week's feature story, "Whe ... More >>
From the Office of the District Attorney, July 1, 2004
You'd have to go a fur piece to find bigger embarrassments.
For some victims, there's no such thing as a "rush to justice."