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    WE NEED YOUR TIPS! The reward in this case has increased to $12,000!

    April 2017

    HammondWho murdered Richard “Gene” Hammond? Mr. Hammond was a retired Marine Major, father, and grandfather. Please help bring justice to Mr. Hammond and his family.

    On Valentine’s Day morning (Tuesday, February 14, 2017) between 3:30 and 4:00 a.m., 63-year-old Richard “Gene” Hammond left his home near Bruce Randolph & York St for work in Fountain, CO.

     

     

    Hammond2He was driving his 2012 Subaru Impreza sedan.   Mr. Hammond never arrived at work.  He and the vehicle were discovered less than a half-mile from his house.  Mr. Hammond was deceased, which was later discovered to be the result of a gunshot wound.

     

    If you have any information regarding Mr. Hammond, or recall seeing a similar Subaru around Bruce Randolph & York St in northeast Denver at about 4:00 a.m. on Valentine’s Day morning, please contact Crime Stoppers immediately.

    Call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers
    (720) 913-7867 – (720) 913-STOP
    Text To: 274637 (Crimes) Then Title DMCS And Enter Your Message.
    Crime Stoppers collects information on unsolved crimes or individuals wanted by the police.
    Callers can remain anonymous and could be eligible for an award up to $12,000. The tip line is answered 24 hours a day – 7 days a week.

    This case involves a SPECIAL AWARD of UP TO $12,000!

     

    If you would like to contribute to the Special Award, please visit the GoFundMe page that was established by the family.

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    Aurora Police Investigate Fight That Leaves One Person Deceased

    March 2017

    Aurora, CO: The Aurora Police Department needs the assistance of the public with solving a murder that occurred in the early morning hours of February 18, 2017 in the 4000 block of S. Crystal Cir.  The deceased victim in this case was intervening in an assault as a good Samaritan and was killed for his efforts.  At this time, there is no further information available to release.  This case is unsolved and the investigation remains very active.

    We are asking anyone who might have witnessed or have information about the homicide to call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at (720) 913-7867. By calling Crime Stoppers you can remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000.00.

    The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), is offering a reward for up to $5,000.00 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for this homicide. This reward is being offered through a partnership with ATF and the Aurora Police Department under the Crime Gun Intelligence Center (CGIC) initiative.

    The following organizations are offering additional reward amounts:

    The Aurora Police Department Reward fund is offering a reward of $5,000.00.

    Memorial Fund (established by friends and family of the victim) is offering a reward of $15,000.

    The total amount of rewards being offered is $27,000.00 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person(s) responsible for this crime.

    Information previously released on February 18, 2017

    On Saturday February 18, 2017 at approximately 04:25 a.m. Officers responded to a parking lot in the 4000 block of S. Crystal Cir. on the report of parties fighting at this location with shots fired.

    Upon arrival, Officers located an adult male victim suffering from a gunshot wound.  The victim was transported to an area hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

    This is still an active and on-going investigation and there are no further details to provide at this time.  The Major Crimes/Homicide Unit is handling the investigation into this matter. At this time there is no suspect information available for release. The identity of the victim will be released by the Arapahoe County Coroner’s Office pending the positive identification of the victim and notification of his next of kin.

    Story Courtesy of:  The Aurora Police Department,
    February 17, 2017; 11:51 am

    This case involves a SPECIAL AWARD of UP TO $27,000!

     

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    Denver store clerk collapses while chasing robber who shot him

    March 2017

    Pablo Del Rio, 22, was shot to death at a Denver auto parts store

    Pablo Del Rio, 22, was shot to death at a Denver auto parts store

    Denver, CO: The first 911 call to the Denver Police dispatch center came in at 9:15 p.m. on April 16, 2012.

    A witness reported a robbery that Monday night near Green Valley Ranch.

    Two masked men had entered an O’Reilly Auto Parts Store, threatened a clerk in the store with guns and demanded money.

    While Denver police were racing to the store at 5125 Chambers Road, a second report came in that shots had been fired.

    Witnesses saw two people running from the store.

    When police arrived they discovered a person lying on the ground outside the store.

    An investigator from the Denver coroner’s office would later identify the victim as 22-year-old Pablo Del Rio Jr.

    One store employee told a family member of the victim that the incident happened so fast, according to one media account.

    During the robbery, one of the robbers shot Pablo in the chest.

    Pablo chased after him before collapsing in the street.

    The clerk had tried to escape and was shot after he bolted through the front doors while trying to flee.

    The man was rushed to the University of Colorado Hospital, but he was later pronounced dead.

    Police scoured the parking lot and neighborhood for evidence.

    Story: Courtesy of Kirk Mitchell @ The Denver Post

    February 21, 2015; 10:46 am

    This case involves a SPECIAL AWARD of UP TO $3,500!

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    Hit-and-Run that Killed Two Kids - 14th and Yosemite

    March 2017

    14th3Denver, CO: Denver police have released new information they hope will lead to the arrest of the driver responsible for the hit-and-run collision that killed two children last month.

    Police are searching for a 2002-06 Cadillac Escalade ESV that had aftermarket side-vents, or ports, above the fender, investigator Mike Farr said.

    “Those ports are decorative,” he said. “We believe they were added, which means they can be taken off.”

    The color of the Escalade is either silver or off-white, Farr said.

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    Za May Khan, 8, and Ah Zet Khan, 6, were both killed when they were walking with their mother, Zama Bee Khan, near East 14th Avenue and Yosemite Street on March 22.

    Zama Bee Khan, Za May Khan, and Ah Zet Khan.

    Zama Bee Khan, Za May Khan, and Ah Zet Khan.

    The three victims were crossing the street around 8 p.m., just off the corner when they were hit, police said.

    Anyone with information about the SUV or the accident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867.

    Story: Courtesy of Ryan Parker @ The Denver Post

    April 9, 2013; 11:11 am | Updated: April 30, 2016 @ 10:20 am

    This case involves a SPECIAL AWARD of UP TO $3,000!

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    Californian's disappearance in Colorado deemed suspicious

    March 2017

    cizek_1467338542712_3620602_ver1.0GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) – Investigators are seeking a Californian who has not been seen for more than two weeks, and whose RV had been claimed by a man who was involved in a shootout with police near Denver.

    Pam Russell, a spokeswoman for the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office, said Thursday that officers trying to arrest David Little on a child sex assault warrant were fired on in Edgewater on June 21. They returned fire, wounding Little.

    Little, who is now jailed, asked officers to retrieve his dog from his RV. Officers then discovered the RV, parked in Golden, belonged to 71-year-old John Cizek, of Newark, California.

    Cizek was last seen June 12 near Alamosa, and Little is believed to have been in the southern Colorado town that day.

    Cizek’s disappearance is considered suspicious.

    Story: Courtesy of Associated Press , KUSA  

    June 30, 2016; 7:04 PM. MST

    This case involves a SPECIAL AWARD of UP TO $10,000!

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    $50,000 reward offered to solve Marine's murder at dispensary

    March 2017

    TM1suspectAURORA – The Crimestoppers reward that could help solve a former Marine’s murder in Aurora is now up to $50,000.

    Travis Mason, 24, was killed while working at a dispensary in June. Aurora Police have released pictures of the persons of interest, but need help identifying them.

    Mason was working at the dispensary while waiting to become an Aurora police officer.

    His wife Samantha is now raising his 4-year-old twins from a previous relationship, and their son, a 16-month-old, alone.

    Samantha said she considered Daisy and Aidyn her own.

    “Friends and family say it all the time, you’re strong; you’re supermom,” she said. “I’m just raising my kids, just like I would any other time.”

    Don Hicks, owner of Shortline Subaru in Aurora, and several other dealerships across the metro area, contributed the biggest chunk of money toward the reward, $32,000.

    “Here’s a guy that was in the service protecting all of us in the United States, that was his job,” Hicks said. “He’s back, he has his two little kids, plus one other kid with his new wife, he has a job at a pot shop with a guard while he’s waiting to take the test for an Aurora Policeman, so he can devote the rest of his life to protecting us and this is what happens.”

    Hicks told 9NEWS he was moved by this story and wanted to help.

    “We need to catch these guys,” he said. “Come on Colorado. Somebody knows who these guys are. Come get the $50,000. It’s just waiting for you.”

    Story: Courtesy of Anastasiya Bolton, KUSA

    October 24, 2016; 3:20 PM. MST 

    This case involves a SPECIAL AWARD of UP TO $50,000!

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