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Beyond the call of duty: DPD officers recognized

DENVER — Ten Denver Police Department officers were honored Wednesday for their acts by the group Citizens Appreciate Police.

The nonprofit recognizes outstanding work by officers who go above and beyond the call of duty. 441 more words


Denver police searching for sexual assault suspect

DENVER — The Denver Police Department is searching for a man suspected in two sexual assault incidents late last month.

Johnny Dewayne Harris, 48, is wanted for kidnapping, sexually assaulting and menacing a woman on March 26.  55 more words


Special Screws Aim To Curb Spike In License Plate Thefts

By Brian Maass

DENVER (CBS4)– Thieves are stealing license plates from cars and SUVs at an alarming pace, prompting the Denver Police Department to issue theft-resistant screws to drivers to try to thwart the plate thieves. 260 more words


Some Denver Residents Will Hear Gunfire, But It's Only A Test

DENVER (CBS4)– Some people living in Denver may hear a lot of gunfire on Wednesday night but don’t worry, it’s just a test.

The Denver Police Department will be testing its ShotSpotter gunfire detection system from 7:30 p.m. 65 more words


Police Investigating Crash That Left One Person Seriously Injured

DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police are investigating a crash that left one person with serious injuries.

Police say it happened around midnight at West Colfax Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard. 43 more words


'The Community Is Not Safe': Police Ask For Tips About Fugitive Who Escaped From Hospital

DENVER (CBS4) – Police in Denver who are still searching for a dangerous fugitive say a police chase and deadly officer-involved shooting that took place earlier this week happened when officers thought they had their guy. 433 more words


No Bump Stocks Turned In To Denver Police After Ban

DENVER (AP) — No bump stocks have been turned over to Denver authorities after the city banned the accessories used in last year’s mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed 58 people and injured hundreds. 96 more words