AURORA | The FBI and Aurora police are looking for a man they say robbed a bank near East Hampden Avenue and Tower Road Monday evening. The robbery happened at the US Bank at 18101 E. Hampden Ave., according to a statement from the FBI. Investigators described the suspect as a white man in his […]
The FBI described the suspect as a Hispanic male, 35 to 40 years old and, standing 5 feet 8 inches tall, with a medium build. The suspect was wearing a red “Tabasco” t-shirt, a tan baseball cap, and dark pants, the FBI said
“The decision of the Aurora City Attorney’s Office to fairly and promptly resolve this matter stands in stark contrast to the actions of the Aurora Police Department, which at every turn has refused to acknowledge any wrongdoing or need for policy change even in the face of public outrage and irrefutable video evidence of misconduct,” Silverstein said.
Aurora police are searching for a 13-year-old boy who was last seen around noon near East Colfax Avenue and Hanover
Lt. Leland Anthony Silver was charged July 12 with one count of first-degree official misconduct, according to court documents.
When officers arrived they heard what they believed was a gunshot from inside a mobile home. A man had barricaded inside the home and refused numerous commands to come out, police said
Police said the incident is suspicious and they are investigating it as possible vandalism
“Officers at the scene were able to get a good description of the shooter and located him a short distance from the scene on an RTD bus,” police said.
Aurora police spokesman Sgt. Chris Amsler said in a statement that police are investigating the incident as a “bias-motivated crime,” the department’s term for incidents often referred to as hate crimes. No information about a potential suspect has been released.