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Brauchler: Under new law, more felons can legally possess weapons in Colorado

Despite a historic crime wave that has left Coloradans awash in surging gun violence and property crimes, Gov. Jared Polis and the hard-left-leaning state legislature have recently enacted laws decriminalizing gun possession by convicted felons, lessening penalties for misuse of firearms, and placing more burdens on law-abiding gun owners. Aided by the offender-friendly policies implemented by Polis and others over the past several years, Denver and Aurora have seen historic levels of violent crime, the vast majority of which is related to firearms. In 2020, Denver had 95 homicides, 50% more than in 2019 and the highest number in three decades. This year, the homicide pace is even worse. Aurora saw a more than a 45% jump in gun-related homicides from 2019 to 2020. And 2021 is on pace to ec...

Castle Rock man who shot, killed partner in black-market marijuana scheme sentenced to 36 years in prison

Dominique Wogan, a Castle Rock man who shot and killed his partner in a black-market marijuana scheme, was sentenced to 36 years in prison, according to an 18th Judicial District news release issued Wednesday. Douglas County District Court Judge Patricia Herron sentenced the 35-year-old man for the murder of Fletcher Bodnar, a 36-year-old Highlands Ranch resident, the news release said. A jury found Wogan guilty of second-degree murder in Bodnar’s death in March when he was also convicted of illegal cultivation of marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana. Wogan had a previous felony, meaning his possession of a firearm was not legal. Read the rest of this story on DenverPost.com.

7 fatally shot at illegal marijuana grow in Southern California

Published: Sep 8, 2020, 5:10 am • Updated: Sep 8, 2020, 5:11 am By Steve Scauzillo Seven people were shot to death early Monday, Sept. 7, at a home in the unincorporated Riverside County community of Aguanga, authorities reported. The victims were found in a residence in the 45000 block of Highway 371 in what was reportedly a house being used to grow illegal marijuana, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department reported. Investigators found more than 1,000 pounds of marijuana and several hundred marijuana plants at the location, the Sheriff’s Department reported. Read the rest of this story on MercuryNews.com.

7 fatally shot at illegal marijuana grow in Riverside County

Published: Sep 7, 2020, 11:46 pm • Updated: Sep 7, 2020, 11:47 pm By Steve Scauzillo Seven people were shot to death early Monday, Sept. 7, at a home in the unincorporated Riverside County community of Aguanga, authorities reported. The victims were found in a residence in the 45000 block of Highway 371 in what was reportedly a house being used to grow illegal marijuana, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department reported. Investigators found more than 1,000 pounds of marijuana and several hundred marijuana plants at the location, the Sheriff’s Department reported. Read the rest of this story on ocregister.com.