DENVER-After announcing indictments in June 2012 under the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act against daughter Tracy Vasseur and her mother Karen Vasseur of Brighton for their roles in a “Nigerian internet romance scam,” Attorney General John Suthers today announced the sentencing outcomes. The Vasseurs stole more than $1 million dollars from 374 victims throughout the United States and from 40 other countries.
DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers today reacted to a decision from the U.S. Department of the Interior to refund to Colorado and other states oil and gas royalties previously withheld as a “federal expenditure” under sequestration.
DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, today announced that the State Grand Jury indicted Jeffery Keith Eccles (D.O.B. 05/21/77) on 12 counts of robbery and theft for a series of Denver-area bank heists. Eccles is currently in custody in the Arapahoe County jail.
Investigation Reveals Sophisticated Methods of Trafficking Liquid Meth into Denver-Metro Area
DENVER –Joseph A. Smith, Jr., Monitor of the National Mortgage Settlement, issued his final report today regarding the total amount of consumer relief granted by the five banks that are parties to the settlement. The banks disclosed that from March 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013 they have extended $51.33 billion in total relief to 643,726 borrowers nationwide.
DENVER—This November, Colorado voters will decide whether to approve an additional 10 percent state sales tax and a new excise tax of up to 15 percent of retail marijuana sales with up to $40 million each year going to K-12 schools in the state. During the 2012 election, a majority of Coloradans voted in favor of Amendment 64 to regulate and tax marijuana, and it is now a part of our State Constitution. Under the Taxpayers Bill of Rights, however, voters must now specifically approve the additional sales tax and creation of the new excise tax.
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