People may be charged with the crime of harassment in Colorado if they do such things as strike, hit, shove or physically contact another person with the intent to cause the person alarm or to annoy them. Harassment may also be charged if a person uses obscene language or makes obscene gestures towards another person in public or if they follow another person around in a public place. It can also constitute harassment if a person calls another at inconvenient hours or makes repeated telephone calls.
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.
Canon City police and Freemont County sheriff's authorities say that they detained a woman just after midnight on Aug. 26 in connection with the robbery of the Bank of Colorado in Olathe on Aug. 20. A warrant for the woman was filed in Montrose County Court two days after the robbery, and she faces two class four felony charges for theft and aggravated robbery. The penalty for a class four felony includes two to six years imprisonment.