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Category Archives: Westminster Police Department

Westminster police officers had no choice but to shoot suspected car thief, says district attorney

Five Westminster Police Department officers will not face criminal charges in the April shooting death of a suspected car thief because the suspect fired a gun toward the head of one officer who was trying to pull him from the car, the 17th Judicial District Attorney said.

14-year-old Westminster girl, dog missing after being dropped off at park

Westminster police are searching for Alice Caver, a 14-year-old girl, and her dog, Chip, after they went missing Sunday night.

Westminster police arrest barricaded man on menacing charge

Mark Joseph Krieger surrendered and was arrested just before midnight Wednesday after he had barricaded himself in a Westminster home for six hours, police say.

Man faces attempted murder charge for KFC parking lot shooting

A man who shot another man in a Kentucky Fried Chicken parking lot in Westminster was formally charged with attempted first-degree murder Wednesday.

Westminster police search for developmentally disabled man with amputated arm

Westminster police are searching for developmentally disabled man with an amputated arm.

Tim Carlson named Westminster police chief

A 29-year veteran of the Westminster Police Department, Tim Carlson, was appointed this week to serve as chief of police for Colorado’s eighth-largest city.

Jefferson County coroner IDs wanted man fatally shot by Westminster police

Authorities on Tuesday identified the man fatally shot by Westminster police last week after investigators say he ran over and dragged and officer.

Westminster police fatally shoot suspect who tried to flee arrest

Westminster police said suspect dragged, ran over officer, in attempt to flee arrest, suspect was then fatally shot.

Federal lawsuit says Westminster police violated protester’s right to free speech

A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court says Westminster police illegally detained a protester in violation of his Constitutional right of free speech when he displayed a sign that profanely disparaged police.

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