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Former High-Ranking Finance Executive At DIA Withdraws Appeal Of Termination

DENVER (CBS4) – CBS4 has learned that Laura Trujillo, a high-ranking finance executive at Denver International Airport who was fired last month, has now withdrawn her appeal of that termination. 94 more words


Aurora Ponzi Scheme Operator Charged After CBS4 Investigation

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– A CBS4 investigation exposing a Colorado-based Ponzi scheme has resulted in criminal charges. Federal prosecutors in Charlotte, North Carolina say Kristine Johnson, 60, of Aurora has agreed to plead guilty to wire fraud after using the Internet to bilk thousands of investors in a get-rich-quick scheme. 388 more words


More Bad News For College America

DENVER (CBS4) – A chain of career colleges has been placed on probation by its accrediting agency.

College America has campuses in Denver, Fort Collins, Colorado Springs and other states. 89 more words


Aussie Internet provider investigates alleged hack of customer database

Australia’s second largest DSL Internet service provider iiNet is investigating claims the database of its subsidiary, Westnet, has been hacked and users’ details offered for sale online.On Sunday, the Twitter account Cyber War News tweeted a post that appeared to show an unknown hacker offering to sell Westnet’s customer database. 111 more words

Denver Police Department Makes Policy Change In Wake Of Jessie Hernandez Death

DENVER (CBS4) – CBS4 has learned there has been a major policy change for the Denver Police Department concerning officers firing their weapons.

Officers are no longer allowed to shoot at moving cars if the vehicle itself is the only thing considered a weapon. 77 more words


Former Denver Sheriff’s Investigator Files Federal Lawsuit After Being Fired

DENVER (CBS4) – Brent Miller, a former civilian investigator for the Denver Sheriff Department, filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against Denver’s interim sheriff, manager of safety and other sheriff department commanders and safety officials, saying he was fired after blowing the whistle on what he viewed as corrupt and unethical practices within the Sheriff Department and the Manager of Safety’s Office. 601 more words


Denver Sheriff Whistleblower: ’I Was Ordered To Destroy Videotape’

DENVER (CBS4)– CBS4 has learned that an internal investigation is underway into the interim head of the Denver Sheriff Department, Elias Diggins, and the captain in charge of the Denver Sheriff’s Internal Affairs Bureau after an internal affairs investigator blew the whistle, saying he was ordered to destroy a videotape that showed an inmate being humiliated and degraded. 872 more words