Pedro Reynaldo Tun, 40, had been convicted of driving drunk four times before Aurora police arrested him once again in October 2015 for driving under the influence near East Sixth Avenue and Interstate 225, Arapahoe County prosecutors said in a statement.
The coroner’s office said in a statement that an autopsy showed no signs of trauma to David Puckett’s body. His cause and manner of death will be announced at a later date, the coroner’s statement said.
“Aurora mall has to be the worst place in Colorado,” read one tweet.
“It feels to us that, since the election, it would not be an overstatement to say it has been a deluge,” said Scott Levin, director of the ADL’s Mountain States Regional Office in Denver.
“First and foremost, we respect, honor and appreciate every police department in the country. The regrettable events of Friday night in no way reflect the values or principles that are core to the Smashburger brand,” the statement said.
Police staff have already filed much of the required paperwork to launch the nonprofit foundation, and are now just waiting on approval from the IRS so they can start accepting donations.
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.
In a statement on the department’s Facebook page, Metz said the department has received several questions since the election last week about whether they are tweaking their immigration policies.