Tag Archives: Colorado

CO Man Charged With Death Threats Over Face Masks

Denver’s Fox News affiliate reports: A Steamboat Springs man who was apparently upset over mask mandates now faces multiple felonies for death threats. David Caddell, 48, has been charged with attempting to influence a public servant and three counts of stalking. The charges are all connected to Tim Corrigan, the chairman of the Routt County Commission. Detectives said Caddell has …

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Gun Shop: Boulder Shooter Passed Background Check

The Denver Post reports: The Eagles Nest Armory in Arvada confirmed Thursday night that it sold the Boulder mass-shooting suspect a gun and that he passed the required background check, leading the Colorado Bureau of Investigation to clear him to buy the weapon. The purchase by Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, 21, from the shop at 12371 W. 64th Ave. — …

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QAnon Rep Removes Assault Weapons From Shelves Before Interview On Mass Shooting In Her Home State

Raw Story reports: Sharp-eyed critics of Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) noticed a none-too-subtle change in her decor on Tuesday night after she posted an interview she did with Newsmax on the mass shooting in her state on Monday. In a previous question and answer Zoom session she did weeks ago, she had a full display of her personal armory haphazardly …

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Nutbag QAnon Rep Lies About Colorado’s Gun Laws

Newsweek reports: Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said in the wake of Monday’s mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado, that the state “has everything the left has asked for” in terms of gun legislation but left out Democrats’ push for a ban on assault weapons. The shooting at the King Soopers supermarket left 10 people dead, including one police officer. Just days …

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Boulder Suspect’s Family Describes Him As “Paranoid”

The Daily Beast reports: Ali Aliwi Alissa, the suspect’s 34-year-old brother, told The Daily Beast that authorities searched his house all night after the shooting. Alissa said his brother was “very anti-social” and paranoid, adding that, in high school, he would describe “being chased, someone is behind him, someone is looking for him.” “When he was having lunch with my …

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Police Name 21-Year-Old Man As Boulder Suspect

The Metro reports: A gunman who killed 10 people at a Colorado supermarket on Monday afternoon has been identified by authorities as Ahmad Al Issa, 21. He was named by Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold during a press conference on Tuesday morning and charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder. The suspect opened fire at the crowded King Scoopers grocery …

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LIVE VIDEO: Boulder Police Hold Press Conference

CNN reports: Law enforcement officials will hold a news conference this morning in Boulder, Colorado, at 8:30 a.m. MT (10:30 a.m. ET). Ten people, including a Boulder police officer, were killed Monday when a gunman attacked a King Soopers grocery store in Colorado. A suspect, who had been injured, was taken into custody, the authorities said. Videos showed a handcuffed …

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10 Dead In Boulder Shooting, Killer Not Yet Named

ABC News reports: At least 10 people, including a police officer, were killed in Boulder, Colorado, on Monday afternoon when a gunman opened fire at a King Soopers grocery store, police said. The slain officer has been identified by police as 51-year-old Eric Talley. He had been a member of the Boulder Police Department since 2010. Boulder Police Chief Maris …

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BREAKING: Multiple Dead In Colorado Mass Shooting

Denver’s CBS News affiliate reports: Boulder Police rushed to an active shooter call at a King Soopers on Table Mesa Drive near South Broadway. The call came in at around 2:30 p.m. One man without a shirt on was walked out of the store in handcuffs about an hour after the first call. It appears his right leg was covered …

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Catholic Church Opposes Colorado Bill That Lifts Time Limit On Lawsuits Against Accused Child Molesters

The Denver Post reports: For decades, survivors of childhood sexual abuse and their advocates have urged states to let them hold abusers accountable in civil court, no matter how long it’s been since the abuse. A bipartisan bill in the Colorado Legislature to do just that so far appears to have widespread approval, but it’s not without opposition from the …

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Dem Colorado Gov. Jared Polis Gets Engaged [VIDEO]

The Colorado Sun reports: First Gentleman Marlon Reis was feeling crummy the day it happened. His condition was deteriorating after battling a coronavirus infection for more than a week. His oxygen saturation levels had dropped to a concerning level. A doctor told him it was time to go to the hospital. “I was getting my things ready. My daughter was …

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Covidiot Sought For Slapping Grocery Worker [VIDEO]

Denver’s Fox News affiliate reports: Police are searching for the female suspect who was caught on camera slapping a grocery store worker in the face at the King Soopers location near South Parker Road and E-470. The store told police a customer was asked to wear a mask. Instead, surveillance video shows the woman slapping the employee. The victim told …

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First US Case Of Mutated COVID Found In Colorado

The Denver Post reports: Colorado public health officials on Tuesday confirmed the presence of the new variant of COVID-19 first discovered in the United Kingdom, saying the state is the first to identify the strain in the United States. The variant is believed to be as much as 70% more contagious, but not more severe in symptoms, than previous strains …

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Partner Of CO Gov Hospitalized With COVID [VIDEO]

Colorado Public Radio reports: Gov. Jared Polis’ office announced Sunday evening that first gentleman Marlon Reis has entered the hospital because his COVID-19 infection appears to be growing more severe. The press release said that in the previous 24 hours, Reis experienced shortness of breath and a worsening cough. Polis drove him to the hospital in his personal vehicle. The …

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Dem Colorado Gov And Partner Test COVID Positive

CBS News reports: Colorado Governor Jared Polis on Saturday announced that he and his partner, Marlon Reis, have both tested positive for the coronavirus. As of Saturday night, both the governor and the first gentleman were asymptomatic, according to a statement from the governor’s office. “Marlon and I are feeling well so far, and are in good spirits,” Polis said. …

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CO Hospitals Allowed To Stop Admitting New Patients

Denver’s NBC News affiliate reports: Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed an executive order Monday that grants the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) extraordinary ability over patient care within the state’s already-taxed hospital system. Executive Order 260 authorizes CDPHE to order hospitals and freestanding emergency rooms to transfer or cease the admission of patients should those facilities reach …

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Colorado Cop Suspended For Threat To “Beat The Hell Out Of” Democrats: “Now’s The True Time To Be Afraid”

“If for some reason we lose do we get to be little bitches and beat the hell out of the other party like they did. Because they don’t believe in what we do. In fact in case we actually let Biden win. “There will be far fewer results than this year because we’ll help them find God. Democrats you were …

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Fox Projects Hickenlooper Has Unseated Cory Gardner

Patch Denver reports: Voting for the general election in Colorado has ended, with former Gov. John Hickenlooper looking to unseat incumbent Sen. Cory Gardner in our state. Colorado is one of several states that have pivotal U.S. Senate races — if Democrats can flip those seats, they can take control of the Senate. Colorado has a 6-year history of successful …

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Trailer Park To Tenants: Rent Will Double If Biden Wins

Denver’s NBC News affiliate reports: The landlord of a trailer park in Fort Morgan allegedly sent a note to residents warning rent would most likely double in price if Joe Biden becomes President. 9NEWS received several emails from Fort Morgan residents concerned about the legality of the letter, calling it a form of voter suppression. The Colorado Secretary of State’s …

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Confident Dems Pulls Ads From Colorado Senate Race

The Associated Press reports: A major Democratic group on Friday pulled its last remaining ads from Colorado’s closely watched U.S. Senate race, a sign that the party thinks its nominee has the crucial race in the bag. Senate Majority PAC said it will cancel $1.2 million in television ads and spend the money elsewhere as Democrats press a newly expanded …

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