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Recent Crime News
Thursday Nov 13 | via CBS News
A man accused of pushing his wife to her death off a cliff in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park also killed his first wife 17 years earlier, prosecutors said Wednesday, and a judge agreed the cases were "glaringly" similar. U.S. District Judge Kathleen M. Tafoya ordered Harold Henthorn, 58, to remain jailed without bond after a hearing in which prosecutors argued he was a dangerous flight risk with $1.5 million at his disposal that includes some of his late wife's assets. Comment?
Sunday Nov 9 | via Times Herald-Record
In the past three weeks, Monroe-Woodbury and Eldred canceled three football games because of bullying and its sinister sister, hazing. Comment?
Saturday Nov 8 | via Xinhuanet
Presiding judge of the Colorado theater shooting case Carlos Samour ordered Friday to jump the jury pool from 6,000 to 9,000, making it the largest in the history of the United States. "It will be much easier to call off prospective jurors who are not needed than it will be to adjust if there are insufficient prospective jurors," Samour explained. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 5 | via Covington Reporter
In the wake of the deadly shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School two weeks ago, several additional threats of violence have popped up across the region. One of those threats was on Oct. 30 at Federal Way High School. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 4 | via The Post-Standard
These file images released by Columbine High School shows 1998 yearbook photos of students Eric Harris, left, and Dylan Klebold, who killed 12 students and a teacher before taking their own lives in a 1999 attack at school. found in one of their journals. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 4 | via Daily Mail
High school senior, 17, 'obsessed with Columbine massacre wrote about shooting classmates one by one and blowing up the cafeteria in her journal' 'I could be the first female shooter,' she wrote. 'I want to pick them off one by one. Comment?
Monday Nov 3 | via Philly.com
A Radnor High School senior who had a "fascination" with the Columbine High School massacre of 15 years ago wrote about shooting "everyone in classrooms" and blowing up the cafeteria, police said Monday. "I could be the first female shooter," the student, who was not identified, wrote in her journal, according to township Police Superintendent William Colarulo. Comment?
Monday Nov 3 | via CW2 Colorado KWGN-TV
LITTLETON, Colo. - After first speaking to FOX31 Denver last week, Christina Kolk Monday addressed other media saying she hoped to hold school administrators accountable and calling the shooting on December 13 last yea "preventable." Comment?
Sunday Nov 2 | via KOMO News
When horror strikes a school, Cheri Lovre often gets a call. During the past 16 years, she has helped communities across the country face the psychological trauma of school shootings. Comment?
Thursday Oct 30 | via Daily Times Leader
A Colorado man was indicted on charges of making threats to the Clay County Sheriff's Department over the investigation of the August Huddle House beating in West Point.. Bruce William Oxenford, 30, of Littleton, Colo., pleaded not guilty to using interstate communication to threaten injury to another person at a hearing Tuesday in the U.S. District Court in Oxford. Comment?
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