Denver police released new images of the suspects in an assault and stabbing which killed a young football player on July 1.
Reese Grant-Cobb was walking down Colfax Avenue outside Bourbon Grill when he was attacked by people who were later seen on surveillance images.
Grant-Cobb’s family is asking that everyone take a close look at their faces and help police get justice for him.
Grant-Cobb was getting ready to head to the University of Northern Colorado in the fall. His family says everyone remembers his big heart.
Surveillance cameras captured images of two other individuals who police believe were involved in the attack.
Tipsters can call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at (720) 913-7867 with any information about this crime. To be eligible for a $2,000 award and to remain anonymous, tipsters must call the tip line.
Police K9 Commended For Finding 2 Kilos Of Cocaine
AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – A K9 officer with the Aurora Police Department was praised for sniffing out two kilos of cocaine.
Diesel and his handler were asked to help postal inspectors with some packages. That’s when they discovered the illegal drugs, keeping it off the streets.
Police Cite Man For Mailing Live Ferret Through USPS
DENVER – Denver police investigators say they’ve figured out who sent a live ferret in the mail from Fort Morgan to Denver.
Police cited Wilson Ruperto-Martir with animal cruelty after United States Postal Service employees found the ferret in a mail sorting facility.
When they caught her, they called Denver Animal Protection.
If Ruperto-Martir is found guilty, he could pay a fine or face jail time.
There is a legal and humane method of transporting animals.