CRIPPLE CREEK — A grand jury has rejected filing charges against two Colorado Springs police officers involved in the fatal shooting of an armed black man in August, 4th Judicial District Attorney Dan May said Wednesday. De'Von Bailey and his cousin, Lawrence Stoker, were stopped by police investigating a report of an armed robbery on Aug. 3 in a neighborhood southeast of Memorial Park.
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Patrick Frazee, the Florissant, Colorado, rancher accused in the murder of missing Woodland Park mother Kelsey Berreth, also appears to be the beneficiary of her life insurance policy. Prosecutors on Wednesday elicited testimony about a possible motive for Frazee in the alleged beating death of Berreth in 2018.
On the seventh day of testimony, four women who paid Frazee, a part-time farrier, to care for their horses or donkeys told the jury how he repeatedly disparaged the mother of his daughter, although never by name.
CRIPPLE CREEK -- A Teller County nurse told a jury Tuesday she exchanged flirtatious text messages with Florissant rancher Patrick Frazee one …
CRIPPLE CREEK • Patrick Frazee arrived late and missed his family’s Thanksgiving Day meal last year — lending credence to surveillance footage…
Kelsey Berreth's mother and brother spent two days searching her townhome before spotting the first suggestion of foul play in her disappearance, an investigator testified Monday at the Patrick Frazee trial.
The murder trial of Patrick Frazee, accused of killing Kelsey Berreth, could go to jury deliberations today.
CRIPPLE CREEK • Displaying a picture of Patrick Frazee on a large screen in court, a prosecutor on Friday lifted the curtain at the Florissant…
Detra Farries will remain behind bars after all.
High in the Comanche Peaks Wilderness, the Flowers Trail cuts a stunning path through still-thawing meadows painted with colorful blooms. But along with the beauty comes a tragic back story. On June 13, 1944, an Army Air Forces B-17 flying a training mission out of Rapid City, S.D., went off course and slammed into a snow-covered mountainside a quarter mile from the Flowers Trail, killing four of 10 on board. Seventy years later, the wreckage remains - a haunting display of crumpled metal, rusting engine blocks and severed wing tips strewn over a remote talus field 30 miles west of Fort Collins.