Tag:Colorado Bureau of Investigation

Possible Delay for Felony Sentencing Reform Bill

The co-chair of a sentencing reform task force told lawmakers a bill to overhaul felony sentencing laws might not be ready until 2023.

Colorado Governor Issues 1,351 End-of-Year Marijuana Pardons

The governor has now pardoned more than 4,000 people convicted of now legal marijuana possession since October 2020. 

CU Law Students Review CBI Cases for Potential Exoneration

CU Law’s Korey Wise Innocence Project has partnered with the CBI to review 51 cases that used hair microscopy evidence.

1988 Denver Cold Case Victim Gets ID Through Genetic Genealogy

In a three-decades-old cold case, DNA helped investigators trace Akram Bada’an’s family to Israel and get a positive ID, an important step in the resolution process for cold cases.

5th Judicial District Chief Judge Charged With Felony Menacing

Mark Thompson stepped away from his position as Chief Judge of the 5th Judicial District after being charged with felony menacing on Saturday, according to the state Judicial Department and Summit County court documents.

Bonny Baker’s 2021 Cold Case Arrest Five Months Shy of 23rd Anniversary

Denver Police made another cold case arrest in January, charging Crespin Nene-Perez for the murder of Bonny Baker in June 1998.

Arrest Made in 1982 Breckenridge Cold Case

Colorado authorities last month announced an arrest in the 1982 killings of Annette Schnee and Barbara Oberholtzer in Breckenridge. Alan Phillips was arrested Feb....

1981 Cherry Hills Cold Case Gets 2021 Arrest

Investigators on Feb. 25 announced a suspect was arrested in connection with the 1981 rape and murder of Sylvia Quayle. The case remained cold...