District Attorney

Caregiver caveat to grow?



PETER ROPER, JON POMPIA, 09/13/2015 A Pueblo man who surrendered his state marijuana licenses earlier this year because of violations at his Pueblo County stores is back in business growing pot as a “caregiver” — although Pueblo County Sheriff’s investigators believe the 463 plants Hank Borunda is growing on 27th Lane are an illegal grow and they’ve referred the case to the district attorney.

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Parker teen pleads guilty in Black Forest crash that killed two



Lance Benzel 08/08/2015 Dabbing at tears, an 18-year-old Parker man pleaded guilty Friday to killing two close friends in a Labor Day drunk-driving crash in Black Forest. Testing found his blood alcohol content was .10 percent, exceeding the legal limit for adult drivers of .08 percent.

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Huerfano Commissioners approve another marijuana conditional use permit



Brian Orr 06/04/2015 WALSENBURG - Stating, “I’m not sure I’m doing you any favors by approving this,” Huerfano County Commissioner Max Vezzani made the motion at Tuesday’s meeting to approve a Conditional Use Permit for Acme Growers, LLC.

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Judge orders Zimmerman homicide court records to be unsealed



Matt Stensland 06/02/2015 Steamboat Springs - Judge Shelley Hill on Tuesday ordered that affidavits related to the Edward Zimmerman homicide case be made available to the public.

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John Suthers chosen as new Colorado Springs mayor over Mary Lou Makepeace



05/20/2015 COLORADO SPRINGS - Voters in Colorado Springs have elected former state Attorney General John Suthers in the city's runoff mayoral election.

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Hearing set to determine whether to unseal documents in Zimmerman homicide case



Matt Stensland 05/20/2015 Steamboat Springs - A hearing has been scheduled to determine whether documents currently sealed in the Ed Zimmerman homicide case should be unsealed. The hearing is scheduled for 11 a.m. May 27.

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Father and son cop pleas, will testify in North Bay triple slaying



Henry K. Lee 05/23/2015 A father and son pleaded no contest to numerous felonies and will testify against a third man accused in a triple killing near Forestville tied to a marijuana deal that went bad, prosecutors said.

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Sheriff's Office: Charges filed after marijuana cake served in CSU-Pueblo class



Kenzie Meek-Beck 05/06/2015 PUEBLO - The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office says the district attorney has filed charges against two CSU-Pueblo students - who served a marijuana-infused cake to their peers last Thursday.

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Students unaware of pot in cake



RYAN SEVERANCE 05/07/2015 Two Colorado State University-Pueblo students are suspected of serving a homemade marijuana-infused cake to fellow classmates who were unaware of any substance being inside the baked good.

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