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Trial in the slaying of Lafayette's Nathaniel Tallman opens Monday



Mitchell Byars 09/13/2015 On a January night in 2014, Lafayette's Nathaniel Tallman got behind the wheel of his Mitsubishi Lancer and vanished. Two months later, the search for Tallman ended with the discovery of his body on the side of the road in Wyoming. Now, more than a year later, the search for justice in Tallman's death is set to begin.

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2 men charged in Adams County triple homicide



Allison Sylte 12/16/2014 ADAMS COUNTY – Two men have been formally charged with shooting and killing three people inside of an Adams County home last week. Gabriel Flores, 41, and Furmen Leyba, 30, are charged with killing Johnny Gutierrez, 18, Jason Quizada, 37, and Jayson Figueroa, 17, on Dec. 10 in a home at 21 Cragmore St.

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‘Involuntary Intoxication’ Could Set Man Accused Of Shooting Wife Free



04/19/2014 DENVER – Drug usage will play a big role in the defense of a man accused of killing his wife. Richard Kirk is accused of killing his wife while their three children were inside the home.

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2 plead guilty in 2012 double murder



Blair Shiff 8/22/2013 DENVER - Two men connected to a double murder in May 2012 have pleaded guilty.

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Lafayatte man, 18, sentenced to 13 years in Erie attempted murder



4/4/2013 BOULDER - A second Lafayette man was sentenced to prison in an attempted murder in Erie after an aborted drug deal, according the Weld County District Attorney's Office.

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Man sentenced to 40 years in pot-provider slaying



7/26/2011 Isaiah Shaffer, 30, was sentenced to 40 years in prison today for his part in the murder of a Denver medical marijuana provider last year.

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Judge sentences Pino brother to 4 years



Whitney Phillips 9/13/2012 A Hereford man convicted of assaulting the man who killed his father was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison. Absalom Pino, 31, was sentenced after a jury found him guilty of first-degree burglary, third-degree assault, engaging in riot and obstructing a peace officer.

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