Aurora police

Innocent motorists are handcuffed near their cars on Iliff Avenue between Buckley and Chambers roads June 2 at about 4 p.m. Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates defended the mass detainment as police looked for a robbery suspect.

Fourteen people filed the suit, which was filed May 16 in the Colorado District Court, against the city and its attorneys, saying the two-and-a-half hour detention near East Iliff Avenue and South Buckley Road was unconstitutional search and seizur

Paetsch’s robbery of an Aurora Wells Fargo on June 2, 2012, gained national attention after Aurora police stopped at least 25 vehicles at an intersection and held them at gunpoint for almost an hour during their search for the robber.

AURORA | A man detained after a standoff with police Friday near a home where a woman was killed is not being charged in connection with the slaying, police said. The man, whose name has not been released, was taken into custody after a brief standoff at a home in the 2300 block of Emporia […]

AURORA | Aurora police are puzzled after a hit-and-run driver stopped to pick up a 14-year-old victim and took her to a convenience store where he dropped her off. Authorities say the girl was trying to cross a busy street on Thursday when she was hit by a car. The driver stopped, picked the girl […]