If you have been in trouble with the law before in Weld County, it is very easy to be able to see if law enforcement has been on the lookout for you. With one click of your computer mouse, you'll see that anyone can pull up your information.
The incident occurred on Pierce Drive in Wellington after a deputy with the Larimer County Sheriffs Office encountered the residence and detected smoke in the area. The suspect has been charged with first degree arson.
Knight has been in trouble with the law many times in the past, with close to 20 separate court cases against him since 2006. Many members of his street team have been arrested over the years as well due to their aggressive tactics.
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 alleged assault occurred at the 3300 block of Burns Street in Laporte at around 1:45 A.M. Sunday morning, and the suspect has been booked on five possible charges including assault on a peace officer.
The mother was arrested after a 16 minute video surfaced back in May which showed her yelling and abusing her two year old son. She is expected back in court on January 3rd for sentencing in Weld County.
Halloween is right around the corner, and you'll start planning your trick or treating route so your kids get the most candy possible. But are you aware of the sex offenders that populate the area surrounding your house?
The Dalzell Alley has been a popular place for CSU students, hipsters, and even high school students to hang out in-between study sessions. But with the growing homeless problem in Fort Collins, this popular hang out spot is increasingly looking less appealing to most people.