Police say they responded to a call around 7 p.m. Saturday and found the victim inside a home. The man was taken to a hospital where he later died.
Organizer Santino Walter has said the trash was bagged and ready to be picked up the morning after the April 20 event, and that people in the park overnight may have ripped open the bags looking for cans or food.
“This was a question of justice,” Hickenlooper told an afternoon news conference. “This was a pretty clear example of someone who’s done all the work necessary to earn a second chance.”
A police affidavit says James Lowell Pennington, 57, removed the testicles and sutured the opening while the woman’s wife witnessed the 90-minute procedure.
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced his decision Friday, about a week after lawmakers concluded their annual session with modest advancements on road funding, energy and health care. He had warned them not to make any vacation plans for May.
On Day 120 of the 2017 session, the Democrat-led House sent a signature bill that spares rural hospitals drastic budget cuts and provides $1.8 billion for transportation to Gov. John Hickenlooper, who’s expected to sign it
Jeanette Vizguerra left the First Unitarian Church near the state Capitol surrounded by her children and supporters. Speaking to the crowd while holding her daughter’s hand, she said she is happy to be with her family for Mother’s Day but sad that Ingrid Encalada Latorre is still living in a Quaker meeting house in Denver because she’s facing removal from the United States
Colorado’s governor isn’t happy with the modest advancements lawmakers made this year on road funding, energy and health care