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Hidden Danger: Mold In Pot Grow Houses Threatens Workers, Law Enforcement

DENVER (CBS4) – There’s a hidden danger lurking inside marijuana grow houses which has caught first-responders unprepared. They are encountering alarmingly high levels of mold which poses a threat to anyone who breathes it. 449 more words

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DPD Officer's Firing Upheld For Sex On Duty

DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Civil Service Commission has reversed a hearing officer’s decision and ordered former Denver Police Department Officer Stephanie Southard fired for having sex on duty with her married boyfriend. 193 more words

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Deputy Firing Upheld, Second Firing Overturned

DENVER (CBS4) – The firing of Denver sheriff’s deputy Thomas Ford, who slugged an inmate last July, has been upheld by a Denver hearing officer, but a second deputy who was fired for not reporting the excessive force was ordered reinstated with a minor suspension. 633 more words

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Former Safety Manager Calls For Vigil To Step Down

DENVER (CBS4) – Former Denver Manager of Safety Fidel “Butch” Montoya has called on the current Deputy Manager of Safety, Jess Vigil, to resign after a CBS4 Investigation uncovered online comments from Vigil’s daughter saying her father hates the police officers whose disciplinary cases he is ruling on. 500 more words

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My Dad Is 'Hater of Police' Says Daughter Of Top Denver Safety Official

DENVER (CBS4) – The grown daughter of Denver’s Deputy Manager of Safety says her father, who is supposed to be an unbiased decision maker in police disciplinary cases, is a “hater of police” who “hates his job because he has to follow the rules and they’re always skewed towards cops,” according to information unearthed in a CBS4 investigation. 530 more words

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Charges Dismissed Against Adams County Deputy

BRIGHTON, Colo. (CBS4) – The Arapahoe County District Attorney on Thursday dismissed sexual assault and false imprisonment charges against Adams County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Belmont. 97 more words

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Family Says Low Domestic Violence Priority In Denver Contributed To Woman's Death

DENVER (CBS4) – The family of a woman beaten to death by her husband is claiming in a lawsuit that Denver police have a low priority for domestic violence calls. 497 more words

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