Tag:U.S. Attorney's Office
Nearly $1.2 million in grants administered through the Office of Justice Programs has been awarded to the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe in Towaoc, Colorado, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado.
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City of Denver and Concert Promoters Settle Claims They Overcharged for Wheelchair-Accessible Seating at Red Rocks Amphitheatre
The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced the City and County of Denver and concert promoters for Red Rocks resolved an ADA discrimination claim.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced DPS paid more than $2 million to resolve a civil False Claims Act investigation into misuse of AmeriCorps funds.
Boulder Health System, Employees Agree to Resolve Investigation into Improper Prescribing of Opioids
The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced multiple parties have agreed to resolve allegations related to improper opioid prescribing at the Mapleton Pain Clinic.
The IRS-Criminal Investigation Denver Field Office announced this morning the release of its annual investigative report.
‘You’re Dealing With a Crazy Person’: Denver Man Sentenced for Threatening to Murder Social Security Employee
Harold Ortiz of Denver was sentenced to over a year in prison for threatening to wait outside a Social Security Administration building and shoot employees.
The Colorado U.S. Attorney’s Office took two nurses to court in different cases where they stole controlled medication either by deception and replacement, or by lying to patients about a supposed study involving their medication.
A former Ridgway physician has agreed to forgo practicing medicine and to pay a penalty after he unlawfully prescribed controlled substances.
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