In a letter to Aurora police Chief Nick Metz, Arapahoe County prosecutors said the officers acted appropriately May 11 when they opened fire on Steven “Lucifer” Schuster on South Quemoy Street.
Police then advanced toward the vehicle, firing a stun gun at Schuster because he was still holding the weapon and was not obeying commands.
He was convicted of the 1995 killing of 18-year-old Sadie Frost and the shooting of another woman. Prosecutors at the time said Cain shot the women as part of a robbery.
James Anthony Draper, 33, went on a shooting rampage along the Denver and Aurora border the day after police said he allegedly shot his wife at an apartment on South Memphis Way.
Prosecutors said at today’s arraignment that they will seek the death penalty against a man who alleged to have killed his 6-year-old son and raped his ex-girlfriend earlier this year. “He raped me and said he was going to kill his kids,” the ex-girlfriend told 911 dispatchers on the night of the incident.
Laber died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, but The Denver Post reports police stopped short of calling the case a murder-suicide. Still, Beals says there are no suspects, and investigators have not provided any other explanation for how the three died
Law enforcement representatives from around the state are expected to attend Trooper Cody Donahue’s funeral at Denver First Church of the Nazarene in Englewood following a long procession. Gov. John Hickenlooper has also ordered flags around the state to be lowered in remembrance of Donahue, who leaves behind a wife and two daughters
The suspect left empty handed and was caught on surveillance video.
Lempert was one of dozens of students from across Aurora who helped assemble the “Empowering” booklet, a nearly 40-page handbook designed to help young people better understand relevant laws and how to properly interact with law enforcement