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8 Suspects, 3 Cops Killed in 42 Days During 14 CO Officer-Involved Shootings

...stop the vehicle, but he disregarded with a pursuit ensuing. Stop Sticks were deployed near E. 4th and Hudson in an attempt to stop the suspect vehicle that was continuing to elude and drive...

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10:59 p.m.: DPD provides update on officer-involved shooting in the 4500 block of Paris Street.

...at approximately 7:30 p.m., officers were dispatched to a domestic situation in the 7300 block of 82nd Way. Officers learned that [suspect Adrian] Valdez had violated a restraining order in the domestic. He...

At approximately 8:50 p.m., officers were dispatched to a separate suspicious person call in a nearby apartment complex (6900 block of W. 84th Way). The description of that person was similar to the description given to officers in reference to Valdez from the earlier domestic call.

7:17 p.m.: #BREAKING: #DPD in the 1800 block of S. Alcott on an officer-involved shooting. No officers injured. Suspect transported to the hospital, condition unknown. PIO en route.

...at approximately 11:28 p.m., officers conducted a traffic stop near the intersection of East Smoky Hill Road and South Mobile Way. Officers at the scene contacted an adult male subject in the vehicle. A short time...

    8 Suspects, 3 Cops Killed in 42 Days During 14 CO Officer-Involved Shootings
    Counting the New Year's Eve gun battle that killed Douglas County Deputy Zackari Parrish, there have been fourteen officer-involved shootings along Colorado's Front Range over a span of 42 days. This total includes a traffic stop on Saturday, February 10 in Aurora during which an adult male was killed by a member or members of the Aurora Police Department - the fifth OIS in less than a week....
    http://www.westword.com

Feb 06

  • Carson Elementary School reviewed by a parent

    Carson WAS a fantastic school until the new principal came in two years ago. She doesn't have the creativity or frankly the experience to ensure the needs are met of all the different tracks within the school community -and she's never taught in the classroom which feels like a huge miss. Additionally, she's an extremely poor communicator who tries to exclude parents from the educational process. She's intimidated by the neighborhood parents who want nothing more to help and support the school - so she keeps them at arm's length. It's extremely sad. It once was a great place. Now, all the classrooms are over crowded and resources are in short supply. The school as the potential to be so much more, but not under the current leadership. Thankfully, the teachers are fantastic and power through despite the circumstances.

    Carson Elementary School (5420 East 1st Avenue) Published on GreatSchools February 5, 2018 Comment

Feb 06

  • Larceny

Jan 05

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