Larimer County judge rules there is probable cause in assault charge against former Loveland police officer Austin Hopp

Eighth Judicial District Judge Michelle Brinegar has ruled there is probable cause for the assault charge in the criminal case against Austin Hopp, the former Loveland Police Department officer who arrested Karen Garner in 2020. The parties involved in the case will return to court in late September for an arraignment hearing to decide how to move forward. Hopp was

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Weld County sheriff warns of police impersonator targeting women – The Denver Post

The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is warning of a police impersonator after numerous incidents in the last several weeks near Erie in both Boulder and Weld counties. According to officials, the impersonator is described as a clean-shaven man with an average build, standing around 6 feet tall with brown hair. He has been seen wearing a black button-down short-sleeve shirt

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Larimer County deputies, suspected drunk driver exchange gunfire in Berthoud

Larimer County sheriff’s deputies and a suspected drunk driver exchanged gunfire in Berthoud on Wednesday night. The deputies were unharmed, and the driver was taken to a hospital for treatment, according to a sheriff’s office spokesperson. Authorities say that around 10 p.m. Wednesday, a report came into the sheriff’s office that there was a possible drunk driver in Berthoud. Ten

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LA County increases police funding by $36 million after defund movement backfires

Los Angeles school board overhauls police force Unhyphenated America Executive Director Christopher Harris provides insight on ‘Fox and Friends First.’ The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority voted Thursday to boost its contracts with law enforcement by $36 million through the end of this year amid a spike in crime across the city. The move will increase funding from $645,675,758

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CA sheriff: county won’t be ‘used as muscle’ against residents

Originally Published by: San Mateo County waits to impose Newsom stay-at-home order, as rest of Bay Area takes early approach LA County sheriff: Deputies won't enforce Newsom's stay-at-home order Gov. Gavin Newsom threatens 'drastic' new lockdown order Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco on Friday said that his office will not be “blackmailed, bullied, or used as muscle” against county residents to

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Weld County concert and rodeo raises pandemic health concerns, prompting Colorado to dispatch emergency official – The Denver Post

A Mexican rodeo and concert Sunday afternoon that drew about 2,000 participants to private land in southeastern Weld County, apparently without ensuring distancing and mask-wearing, raised pandemic health concerns and state authorities dispatched an emergency official with the power to order a shutdown. Weld County Sheriff deputies said they tried to prevent this event last Friday but failed. The deputies

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Arapahoe County shuts down CentrePoint Plaza Saturday over safety concerns.

The Arapahoe County Board of Commissioners voted Friday night to close the county’s CentrePoint Plaza on Saturday because of concerns about “demonstrations,” according to a news release. The Saturday closure includes the Voter Service and Polling Center in the plaza. “The Board made this decision out of an abundance of caution for voters, elections staff and volunteers who were scheduled

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North Dakota county to vote on whether to stop accepting refugees

Fox News Flash top headlines for Dec. 8 Fox News Flash top headlines for Dec. 8 are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com A county in North Dakota is set to decide Monday whether it will stop accepting refugees, potentially becoming the first since President Trump issued an executive order making it possible. Burleigh County, home to nearly 100,000 people

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Florida county to revisit its rejection of digital New York Times for libraries

Responding to a public furor, a Florida county board on Tuesday said it would revisit its decision to reject its library system’s request for a digital subscription to the New York Times, whose reporting one member had called “fake news.” The Oct. 24 decision by the Citrus County commissioners drew sharp opposition as well as national attention when it came

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Derby County crash: Shock new footage shows players filmed drunkenly slumped in a chair hours before drink-drive smash arrest

SHOCKING footage shows boozed-up Derby County players slumped in chairs hours before a drink-drive horror smash. Five footballers were reportedly caught up in the crash, which left captain Richard Keogh, 33, with a career-threatening knee injury. Striker Mason Bennett, 23, and teammate Tom Lawrence, 25, were both charged with drink driving following the collision. The millionaire footballers snubbed lifts home

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