Woman indicted in Shockoe Bottom felony hit and run A grand jury in Richmond indicted a local woman today on a felony hit-and-run charge in an incident in Shockoe Bottom that left one man dead and another seriously hurt. Jennifer Jon Slemp was indicted in the April 21 incident that fatally injured David M. 05/7/2012 - 3:56 am | View Link
Now here's something you don't find lying around every day: A tombstone.
Colorado Springs police say hikers or property owners discovered an engraved tombstone on the site of the Gold Hill Mesa residential development, southeast of U. S. 24 and 21st Street on the city's west side. The tombstone was found about 1 p.m.
A man whose video of a traffic stop gained national attention appeared to make the situation worse for himself, witnesses told Colorado Springs police as part of an internal investigation.
But an officer involved in the stop said her colleague may have escalated the incident with how he handled it.
Interview transcripts, audio and video files, and emails from the Police Department's internal affairs investigation, released to The Gazette in an open records request Thursday, provide more details and accounts of the March 25 traffic stop involving Ryan Brown, and his brother Benjamin.
In the case the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado called an example of racial profiling and "driving while black," Ryan Brown
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The lawyer of a man accused of kidnapping wants the case dismissed on the grounds of "blatant misconduct" by the lead investigator and a prosecutor, according to court documents obtained Thursday by The Gazette.
Both sides have agreed to a private meeting to reach a plea deal in the case against Dustin Paul Nelson, who is accused of second-degree kidnapping and punching a woman over a stolen pack of cigarettes in September 2014, court document shows.
A mediation date has not been scheduled.