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Colorado News: DENVER, Filip Lucian Simion, Leader Of Darknet ItalianMafiaBrussels Drug Trafficking Organization Sentenced To 11 Years’ Imprisonment

DENVER, Co – U.S. Attorney Bob Troyer announced that on September 26, 2018, U.S. District Court Judge R. Brooke Jackson sentenced Filip Lucian Simion, age 25, to 132 months (11 years) imprisonment for conspiracy to import controlled substances and launder money. Judge Jackson also ordered a personal money judgment against Simion in the amount of $850,000.00. … Continue reading Colorado News: DENVER, Filip Lucian Simion, Leader Of Darknet ItalianMafiaBrussels Drug Trafficking Organization Sentenced To 11 Years’ Imprisonment

DENVER | Taekwondo champ Steven Lopez receives permanent ban

DENVER — The U.S. Center for SafeSport has permanently banned two-time Olympic taekwondo champion Steven Lopez for sexual misconduct involving a minor. The center has been investigating Lopez for about four months and made his ban permanent Thursday night. He can appeal. He was suspended in May, a few days after four women filed a … Continue reading DENVER | Taekwondo champ Steven Lopez receives permanent ban

DENVER | Brady, Rodgers again outdistance NFL quarterbacks

DENVER — Although Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles kept him from adding to his fistful of Super Bowl rings last winter, Tom Brady remains the best quarterback in the NFL, even at age 41. In the first of the weekly Associated Press position rankings for this season, Brady edged out Aaron Rodgers in voting … Continue reading DENVER | Brady, Rodgers again outdistance NFL quarterbacks

Colorado News: DENVER, Kendall Crockett, Final Defendant Responsible for Theft of Firearms from Cabela’s Sentenced to Federal Prison

DENVER, Co. – Kendall Crockett, aka “Grizzle,” age 23 of Denver, Colorado, was sentenced on August 10, 2018, by U.S. District Court Judge Philip A. Brimmer to serve 80 months in federal prison for theft of firearms from a federal firearm licensee (FFL) and possession of stolen firearms, U.S. Attorney Bob Troyer and ATF Denver … Continue reading Colorado News: DENVER, Kendall Crockett, Final Defendant Responsible for Theft of Firearms from Cabela’s Sentenced to Federal Prison

Colorado News: DENVER Man, Cameron Elvan Korth Sentenced After Lying About Writing Threatening Note On Board United Flight From San Diego To Denver

DENVER, Co – Cameron Elvan Korth, age 22, of Denver, was sentenced late last week by U.S. District Court Judge Raymond P. Moore to serve 18 months in federal prison followed by 4 months in a halfway house for lying to authorities about writing a threatening note aboard an aircraft bound for Denver, announced U.S. Attorney … Continue reading Colorado News: DENVER Man, Cameron Elvan Korth Sentenced After Lying About Writing Threatening Note On Board United Flight From San Diego To Denver

DENVER | USOC files to remove itself as defendant in Nassar lawsuits

DENVER  — The U.S. Olympic Committee is trying to remove itself as a defendant in lawsuits filed by gold medalists McKayla Maroney, Jordyn Wieber and Aly Raisman, three of the gymnasts who sued the federation and others for their roles in the Larry Nassar sex-abuse scandal. In motions filed in court, the USOC acknowledges it … Continue reading DENVER | USOC files to remove itself as defendant in Nassar lawsuits

DENVER | Colorado VA hospital plagued by delays, high costs to open

DENVER — It’s more than $1 billion over budget and five years behind schedule, but an elaborate new veterans hospital is finally ready to open in suburban Denver with the promise of state-of-the-art medical care. The $1.7 billion Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center made it through nearly a decade of management blunders, legal battles, … Continue reading DENVER | Colorado VA hospital plagued by delays, high costs to open

DENVER | US coal ash pollution rules eased after industry balks

DENVER — The Trump administration is easing rules for handling toxic coal ash from more than 400 coal-fired power plants across the U.S. after utilities objected to regulations adopted under former President Barack Obama. Environmental Protection Agency acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler said Wednesday the changes will save utilities roughly $30 million annually. Documents show most … Continue reading DENVER | US coal ash pollution rules eased after industry balks