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2 Deaths In North Denver Not Suspicious, Police Say

DENVER (CBS4) – Firefighters found two dead people in north Denver on Thursday after receiving a call from someone complaining of chest pains.

Firefighters found one body when they arrived but couldn’t continue searching the location because dogs on the property posed a hazard, the Denver Fire Department said. 90 more words

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Denver Police Seek Help Of Body Shops To Find Hit & Run Drivers

DENVER (CBS4) – First it was Medina Alerts, now there are Auto Body Alerts. Denver police on Wednesday announced a new tool to help track down hit-and-run drivers. 401 more words

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Denver Police, FBI Investigating Bank Robbery

DENVER (AP) - Authorities are asking for the public’s help in finding a man who robbed a bank in south Denver.

FBI spokesman Dave Joly says a man entered a U.S. 68 more words

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Brazen Burglar Targeting Homes In South Denver Neighborhood

DENVER (CBS4) - More than a dozen homes in Denver’s Southmoor Park neighborhood have been brazenly burglarized recently, some while the owners were home.

“Kind of shocking they would be so bold,” resident Lisa Ide told CBS4. 245 more words

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Transient Held For Investigation Of Attempted Murder Of Denver Officer

DENVER (CBS4) – CBS4 has learned that a 26-year-old Denver transient has been jailed for investigation of attempted murder after he attacked a female Denver police officer, attempted to wrestle away her gun, and later said he “would have killed her” if he had obtained her weapon. 167 more words

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Meetings Seek Input On Denver Sheriff Reforms

DENVER (CBS4/AP) — Denver sheriff’s deputies who use excessive force should be punished, residents told public safety officials Saturday during the first of four community meetings to discuss reforms to the troubled department. 419 more words

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Denver Police Want Help Identifying Burglar

DENVER (CBS4) – Police in Denver would like the public’s help identifying a man accused of burglary.

According to police, on Aug. 10 at approximately 2:30 a.m. 91 more words

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