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Trevor Woodruff Identified As Suspect In Deadly Shooting Outside Of Walgreens

BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) – Broomfield Police identified the 19-year-old man accused of shooting three people and killing one of them on Sept. 25 outside of a Walgreens. They say Trevor Woodruff turned himself in shortly after the shootings. Trevor Woodruff (credit: Broomfield Police) Police responded to the Walgreens at Midway Boulevard and Zuni Street at around 11:30 a.m. They found a man who was shot and killed in the parking lot. A juvenile male and woman were also shot. Police say the woman is still in stable conditions, and the juvenile is in critical condition. The victim’s identities have not been released nor have details about what preceded the shooting. (credit: CBS) Woodruff faces charges of first degree murder, attempted first degree murder and assault. Police told CBS4 on Saturday, one of the victims told police they knew the suspect, and a family member of the suspect reported the crime to police. They say, then, Woodruff called them, and police convinced him to surrender.
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Overland Park LaMar’s Donuts reopened Sunday with Denver crew

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — A spokesperson from LaMar’s Donuts said the Overland Park location that was closed on Saturday after the employees quit says it was reopened Sunday. Ron King with LaMar’s Donuts corporate office said a crew was flown in Saturday night from Denver, Colorado to staff the store and it reopened at 4 a.m. on Sunday.
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Thornton police investigate a shooting that injures a woman

THORNTON, Colo. (KDVR) – A woman was shot in the 9700 block of Welby Road early Sunday morning, Thornton police said on twitter. The victim was taken to a hospital with injuries. Police say one adult male is in custody. The surrounding community is not in danger, according to police.
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Dozens March On Downtown Denver To Call For Action At U.S.-Mexico Border

DENVER (CBS4) – Dozens of protestors marched through the streets of downtown Denver, stopping at the Auraria Campus, in hope of drawing more attention to the growing issue of immigration into the country. Those who participated in the “Ya Es Hora: March For Citizenship” hoped the march would encourage elected officials to address their concerns with the humanitarian crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Relationship with Denver cops still strained, task force says

Members of the Denver Reimagining Policing task force expressed frustration Thursday the Denver Department of Safety isn’t engaging the public on reform ideas. It has been a year since the Reimagining Policing task force was born out of the George Floyd protests and a demand for better police accountability. “In some ways it feels like we’re back to square one in terms of the community not being involved,” said task force chair Robert Davis during their meeting.

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Remove Tangle Hazards from Yards to Protect Wildlife

A buck mule deer became entangled in a fabric hammock early Wednesday morning in a neighborhood near W. Florida Ave. and S. Kipling Pkwy in Lakewood. Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) officers urge residents to take down volleyball nets, hammocks, swing sets and other items when not in use that deer, elk, or moose can get tangled in.

Denver to redraw City Council district boundaries

The Denver City Council will consider Monday a resolution that puts the wheels in motion for re-drawing the city’s council districts. The council districts need to be redrawn due to the city’s explosive population growth. The resolution under consideration Monday spells out how the districts will be redrawn.

Maize In The City, Colorado Family Tradition, Opens For A New Year

THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4) – With fall officially here, it’s time to get lost in a corn maze. Maize in the City is kicking off all its fall activities this weekend. “Maize in the City is Colorado’s favorite rural fall event,” said Cristina Palombo, with Maize in the City. “This year we are actually on the west side of McKay, and we just really have some beautiful land out here for the corn maze, pumpkin field and all of our other attractions.” (credit: CBS) On Sunday, families enjoyed a sunshine-filled day at Maize in the City in Thornton. “Just came out to enjoy some fall...

Schlachter tops Littleton candidates in fundraising

Kyle Schlachter, who is running for Littleton mayor in the upcoming election, is outraising his two rivals, Jon Buck and Carol Fey, as well as all other city council candidates by thousands of dollars, according to recent finance filings. He and another candidate for a different council seat are also...

Backpack Society continues to expand

More than a year after its inception, the nonprofit organization Backpack Society continues to grow, both in helping to feed local families and students and in expanding its facilities. In 2020, Highlands Ranch resident June Everett knew of students and families in Douglas County who were going hungry. Early on,...