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According to city documents, the total number of summonses issued for marijuana jumped from 67 to 121 — an 80-percent increase — from 2013 to 2014. The total annual fines the city issued for residential marijuana grows also doubled from around $52,000 to more than $100,00 in the same years.


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AURORA | A man robbed an Aurora Key Bank branch about 10 a.m. Friday, making off with an undisclosed amount of cash. Police said a man in an Oakley T-shirt, black sunglasses and a backward ballcap entered the Key Bank at 603 Peoria St. and demanded money. Surveillance images from the bank have been released […]


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AURORA | A parole officer was justified when she shot and wounded a man who pulled a gun on her last month at an Aurora apartment, Adams County prosecutors said Thursday. In a letter to the Colorado Department of Corrections, District Attorney Dave Young said parole officer Laurie Strong acted appropriately when she shot Michael […]


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Nick Metz discusses his role as Aurora's new police chief after serving more than three decades with Seattle police, March 11 at the Aurora Police Department. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

AURORA | A plan by Aurora police Chief Nick Metz to add a high-ranking officer to oversee the Internal Affairs section got initial from city council this week. The plan, which would bring the number of commanders in the department — the third-highest rank in APD — from four to five. Three commanders are tasked with […]


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AURORA | Two young boys were seriously hurt in a crash Friday evening at East 17th Place and Interstate 225, Aurora police said. The crash happened around 4:30 p.m. when a man driving a red Jeep Cherokee ran a red light and was broadsided by a Ford F-150 pick up truck. Police said a 2-year-old […]


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An artist’s rendering of the exterior of the new City of Aurora Public Safety Training Center facility under construction in Aurora. Provided by Adolfson & Peterson Construction

The campus will serve as a joint-training facility for the city’s fire and police departments, which will allow the two units to train and operate together. It will also be close to Arapahoe County’s driving track and sheriff’s office for future collaborative training opportunities with other agencies.


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