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December 2014 Archives

Driver of armored car found in Colorado, charged with theft

On Dec. 24, a 24-year-old driver for an armored car company was taken into custody in Colorado and charged after he was believed to have involved in a heist. The vehicle involved in the alleged incident was reportedly recovered on Dec. 22, approximately a half-hour after it went missing.

Man accused of making pipe bombs in apartment

A 33-year-old Colorado man is facing felony charges after police claimed he was making pipe bombs in his apartment on Dec. 17. While the alleged bomb-making materials were being cleared from the Colorado Springs apartment, the accused man's neighbors had to evacuate for more than six hours. Materials that were inside of two of the alleged pipe bombs were seized as evidence.

2 businessmen enter guilty plea in exchange for deferred sentence

Summit County residents may be interested in the story of two men who have plead guilty to criminal charges. They are currently serving a deferred sentence, and the charges and jail time could be dismissed for good behavior.

Prosecutor laments strength of Colorado DUI laws

A 57-year-old man was recently indicted by a grand jury in Colorado on nine charges in relation to an alleged DUI accident in Arapahoe County. The 57-year-old man reportedly has 20 previous citations for alcohol-related convictions and has been convicted 16 times. Most of these convictions took place in Colorado.

Right against self-incrimination

Colorado residents may have heard about the right to remain silent. In popular parlance, people refer to this as "pleading the Fifth." This right is stated clearly in the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which says that a person cannot be compelled to testify against himself or herself when accused of a crime.

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