The 23 year old Fort Lupton man has been missing since the early part of Christmas Day after he stepped out to take a phone call at a party in town. Officials are asking you to call them with any information on his whereabouts.
It seems like it is happening more often than not this holiday season, and now Greeley Police need our help in find the people who are responsible for stealing more packages from resident's houses throughout the city.
Christmas should be the time of giving and helping those in need. But there is one Grinch in the city of Fort Collins who is trying to spoil the holiday for many, and they are succeeding in hurting some.
It always amazes and never fails to disappoint me that there are some people in the world with nothing better to do than look to assault law enforcement officers. This particular incident happened in Fort Collins just this weekend.
The robbery from the Gold Mine Store, located on West Elkhorn, allegedly occurred on October 9th and resulted in the disappearance of merchandise from the Estes Park store including several pieces of jewelry.
Many children throughout the state of Colorado go missing during the year, and it's still stunning how often we have to update this story. Please keep an eye out for these children so they can be home for the holidays.
The incident between the two Colorado players occurred not long after a huge victory that the Buffaloes had over the University of Utah on Saturday night. Both individuals will not play in the championship game Friday.
The robbery occurred at a local hobby store in the city of Fort Collins, and police are looking for the public's help in finding him to bring both him, and his dance moves, to justice. Let's get this disco king off the streets!
Northern Colorado has been dealing with clown threats for weeks now, starting with a threat against a Greeley high school. There was also a clown sighting in Greeley where a resident took a chilling image of a creepy clown in a beat-up vehicle and after that, Poudre High School in Fort Collins was threatened via Facebook...
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