So how fair was it to the woman he is accused of murdering? How much Justice, social or any other kind, did she get? Parolee accused of murder left prison early due to ongoing COVID response by state.
A parolee accused of murdering a 21-year-old woman in Denver on Saturday was out of prison, according to information shared with 9Wants to Know, due to ongoing efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the state’s prison system.
On Saturday, Denver Police believe Cornelius Haney shot and killed Heather Perry, 21, in an alley between the 1400 block of North Verbena St. and North Valentia St. in east Denver.
So are the Dems trying to destroy the last of the Criminal Justice System?
He thought breaking into a home was a good idea. Denver homeowner shoots suspected burglar, police say.
Police said Rivers tried to break into the home through the front door. But when he didn’t make it inside, he began damaging furniture on the porch and broke the home’s front window, police said. He tried to enter the home through the window and the homeowner fired several shots, striking Rivers in the arm, police said.
He is lucky he didn’t get shot in the head.
The investigation continues, but self-defense is a human-right.
Actually they’re more biased than confused. Teen arrested in connection with shooting of man found dead in vehicle in Green Valley Ranch.
Denver police arrested an 18-year-old man in connection with the shooting death of another man found in a vehicle in the Green Valley Ranch neighborhood.
“Teen” always makes me think of 14 or 15 years. Not someone who will be tried as a legal adult. But then I’m not trying to make you feel sorry for the felon. The dead guy had a single gunshot wound to the head. I don’t want you to feel angry at the killer.
If you break into homes, you will eventually find an armed homeowner. Man fatally shot by homeowner after breaking into Denver home identified.
Police said that Casias broke into the home around 12:30 a.m. and had an altercation with the homeowner when he refused to leave before he was shot.
Colorado has a “Make My Day” law (actually called that), but the investigation continues.
Self-defense is a human-right. Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.
Calling 911 is a strategy for dealing with violent crime. The problem with relying on “the system” is that it doesn’t always work. Relatives of slain woman sue over Denver 911 delay – The Denver Post.
It took more than an hour for dispatchers to send officers to the home of Loretta Barela, 44, after her neighbor called 911 on Nov. 18, 2012. The neighbor, who told dispatchers she saw a man hitting shirtless Barela and dragging her across the street, called a second time when police had not arrived 45 minutes later. Officers left when there was no response to a knock on her door.
Police finally entered the residence and found her body, after her killer called 911.
Calling 911 is a fine thing. But it doesn’t always work. So if it is the only thing you do, you may wait a long time – like the rest of your life.
This isn’t the first time a person died in Denver because of screwed up 911 service. In June, a woman died while on the phone with 911, in part because the 911 operator did not relay the seriousness of the incident. That call lasted 13 minutes. In reality, no matter what they do, the response time will never be zero. Of course 13 minutes and 1 hour are a bit of a problem.
Colorado’s “Make My Day” law (Castle Doctrine) only applies if the intruder is INSIDE your home. Not the case here – just a regular case of self-defense. No charges against Denver homeowner in deadly shooting of stranger.
No charges because self-defense is not illegal. Self-defense is a human right.
The homeowner said he found the stranger at his house, and that the stranger tried to grab the gun from him.
The homeowner told police he has a concealed carry permit.
The would-be bad guy was found dead at the scene with two gunshot wounds.
Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.