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Colorado fire chief accused of theft of department funds

Everyone makes mistakes. Sometimes these mistakes are small and only cause minor problems; sometimes these mistakes are more serious in nature and come with more serious consequences. Regardless, when a Colorado resident makes a mistake in judgment and is then accused of theft, it is time for that individual to seek assistance.

Colorado law enforcement on alert for drunk driving over holidays

Over the Thanksgiving holidays, many will travel to visit friends and family throughout Colorado. The air will be filled with celebration as everyone gathers together to enjoy each other's company. As friends and family share their holiday feast, it is likely that many will also share a drink or two. If this is the case, it would be wise to keep in mind the fact that Colorado law enforcement will be on the lookout for those whom they believe are drunk driving.

Charges of drunk driving serious matter for Colorado driver

Traffic accidents occur on a regular basis along Colorado roadways. Something happens and a driver misjudges a situation or becomes distracted and there is a collision. Along with such an unfortunate incident comes the damage to the cars and the possible injury to the drivers and passengers involved in the accident. In many cases, police investigate the accident in an attempt to determine exactly what happened and if drunk driving was involved.

Police investigation into gunshots leads to drug offenses arrest

During the course of a normal investigation, Colorado police may knock on doors to question residents. If home, the average individual will answer the door and perhaps invite the officers inside. It is also possible that the resident may prefer to discuss the situation outside the home. The purpose of such visits are to determine if the occupant of the home heard or saw anything related to the police investigation; it is not to determine if the occupant may have something hidden in the home so that he or she can be accused of drug offenses.

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