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Tara Perry and the Clemency Six: Where are they now?

7 years ago by Alan Prendergast
It was almost three years ago that I first got interested in the case of Tara Perry, subject of this week's feature, "The Girl Who Fell to Earth." Perry was among several inmates considered strong candidates for clemency -- all of whom were serving disproportionately long sentences and appeared to...
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Video: Tara Perry on boyfriend Randy Miller's rampage and suicide

7 years ago by Alan Prendergast
Tara Perry, the subject of this week's cover story, "The Girl Who Fell to Earth," has made a remarkable turnaround since she was first incarcerated thirteen years ago, at the age of sixteen. Corrections staff, teachers and others view her as a model of rehabilitation, one who's tried to transform...
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Tara Perry on how her involvement in a crime spree ended

8 years ago
As a juvenile, Tara Perry -- now 29 -- was sentenced to 40 years in prison for attempted murder, robbery, assault and other crimes. Her sentence is the longest of any juvenile in the state of Colorado who didn't actually kill or maim anyone. In this video she tells the story of how her involvement in a crime spree ended, to Alan Prendergast of...
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Sixteen-year-old Tara Perry followed her man into crime and madness

7 years ago by Alan Prendergast
They know how to make an entrance, these bad boys. They strut into the King Soopers on Smoky Hill Road on a Friday evening in May like it's fight night in Vegas and they've got ringside seats, their every move radiating heat and menace. There are four of them, all...
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Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Tara Rynders

5 years ago by Susan Froyd
#88: Tara Rynders Dancer Tara Rynders is on a global mission to bring her moves right out into the streets, and she's been doing it, country by country, since 2011, when she launched You & Me, an ongoing series of site-specific interactive performances that's been on the road ever since...
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Thirteen Things for Art Lovers to See and Do on First Friday Weekend

7 months ago by Susan Froyd
Looking for holiday gift ideas? Want to see what Denver's First Friday festivities have in store? Here is your guide.
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Could 14-Year-Old DSST Cole Shooting Suspect Still Be Charged as an Adult?

10 months ago by Michael Roberts
The Denver District Attorney's Office has announced that the fourteen-year-old suspect in the August 28 shooting of a student outside the DSST Cole Middle School has been charged with felony first-degree assault and a misdemeanor gun-possession count in juvenile court. But with the victim still in critical condition more than a week after the incident, a spokesperson for Denver DA Beth McCann is non-committal about a possible transfer to adult court should the situation change.
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The Quest to Charge Kiaya Campbell's 15-Year-Old Killer as an Adult

1 year ago by Michael Roberts
Today, January 17, a hearing continues in Adams County court to determine if a fifteen-year-old accused of killing ten-year-old Kiaya Campbell in June 2017 will be tried as an adult. Such efforts have been attempted at least fourteen times in Colorado over recent decades, and the results are decidedly mixed no matter what decision was ultimately made.
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Kiaya Campbell Murder: 14 Other Times Colorado Has Tried Juvie Killers as Adults

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
Adams County District Attorney Dave Young has announced his intention to charge the fifteen-year-old suspected of murdering Thornton's Kiaya Campbell, age ten, earlier this month as an adult. By doing so, he's following in the footsteps of many previous Colorado prosecutors who've taken alleged juvenile killers to adult court. Below, see fourteen examples of what happened when they did.
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