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The 31 busted suspects among Denver's fifty most wanted, part one

The number of at-large suspects on a list of the fifty most wanted, assembled by the Denver Police Department and other metro-area law-enforcement agencies, is getting smaller. In the six months since the original roster was circulated, 31 have been brought in from the cold, or the hot, or the whatever, including Nickie N. Rico, seen here, who took the bronze back in March. To check out the nineteen still on the loose, click here. Look below to see the first batch of photos featuring the captured crew, complete with descriptions of the offenses for which they were sought; there are several cyber-pages' worth. For the second half, click here.

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