Mack Crime

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Recent Crime News

  • Lion Hunting Guide Gets 27 Months

    Tuesday Dec 2 | via Courthouse News Service 

    A Colorado hunting guide was sentenced to 27 months in prison after admitting that he wounded and caged mountain lions and bobcats to make it easier for his clients to kill them. Christopher W. Loncarich, 55, a longtime outfitter in Mack, Colo., near the Utah-Colorado border, pleaded guilty in August to capturing, shooting and caging big cats during illegal hunts from 2007 to 2010.


    Related Topix: Mack, CO, Federal Prisons, Prison

  • Outfitter in illegal cat-hunting case headed to prison

    Friday Nov 21 | via KSL-TV 

    A former hunting outfitter will spend time in prison for illegally catching and maiming Utah mountain lions and bobcats for his paying clients to shoot. A judge sentenced 56-year-old Christopher W. Loncarich of Mack, Colorado, to 27 months in prison and 3 years of probation for conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act that prohibits transportation and sale of unlawfully taken wildlife.


    Related Topix: Wildlife, Outdoor Recreation

Mack Law

It is their second DUI in the state. Also, could they obtain a license in CO?
There is an interstate driver license compact, of which both North Carolina and Colorado are members. Member states...
I am currently 18 and i am going to get help here within a few days my lawyer told me i could get very limited charges
No, the Judge is not going to treat you on your 4th MIP as if it is a 1st MIP. If you have a lawyer I am surprised you...
I have done all my stuff that I need to do for my dui my classes my probation my community service. I just sent in all my stuff for co early rienstatement but I have school in Virginia m my permanant residence is in co. Is it ok to attend school and work in Virginia while I get my interlock done through co
DMV cannot prevent you from leaving CO. If you are on probation and have to report to a PO you will need to make sure...
I did everything and had 58 hours done of my classes they informed me the wouldn't count that I had to start over my hours Cuz the place they sent me wasn't certified by the state anymore so I left.
This means CO has likely issued a warrant for your arrest. Warrants never expire--much like Twinkies. It's doubtful...
My son was on his way from Denver to Grand Junction. He ran out of gas and was parked at the side of the road when an officer stopped. Son's car smelled like marijuana so they took him for blood test. Had blood level (not sure what it was) so he was arrested. Friend bonded him out. He had a job over the summer so postponed the hearing. He had a lawyer (not a DUI lawyer) and went before the DA twice and it was not reduced. Then he requested a jury trial. Does he have a better chance with a jury? He is trying to get a public defender but would he have a better chance hiring an attorney?
He should hire a private attorney or go to court and request a publice defender. Sounds like he has some money so he...
My judgement ordered 15days jail (already served) and 90 day suspension of driving privilege. No fines, interlock, classes, or probation. Colorado has different laws as far as penalties for a dwi convection.
Colorado participates in the Interstate Compact on Drivers Licenses. Colorado will not add to the Texas penalty, but...
I was arrested for DUI while on vacation in AZ, 2 mo. ago, following an altercation with another in the car. I drove away to let him calm, and he called the police, who appeared about when I came back. Everyone had been drinking heavily, and I felt sober so I drove. Since it was clear everyone was drinking, they requested a field sobriety test, which I did fine on, and breathalyzer test, which I blew .10 BAC. They took blood for lab testing. I spent a night in jail, and the next day was dismissed without prejudice, pending lab results, as well as the Assault charge dropped for self-defense. I need to appear in court again for arraignment in about 2 weeks for DUI and, now, Reckless Driving as well, and I have a 13 hour drive to appear. Any advice, options, or what to expect is appreciated
You should contact an experienced DUI lawyer in the area where you are scheduled for court. The consequences can be...