2 shot in East Evans Ave. shooting, one dies 02/21/19

02/21/19 Denver, CO-Denver cops say two men were shot on this date in the 6900 block of E. Evans Ave. in a double shooting that left one of the men dead and the shooting suspect wounded.  Police say the shooting happened around 11:30PM.  When this reporter paused at a red light just blocks from the crime scene, I witnessed numerous Denver PD patrol cars and Arapahoe Sheriff cars running red lights and sirens to the scene.  Officers taped off East Evans Ave for several blocks in both directions to secure the scene which was at an apartment complex located just East of South Oneida Street.  The shooting sent both men to a local hospital for gunshot wounds where one of the men later died.  The shooting suspect, who police say is under investigation for first degree murder remained in the hospital in unknown  condition.  It is not known what led up to the shooting incident.  Shane Anthony reporting ColoradoNews1.com

A Denver Police officer blocks E. Evans Ave. with crime scene tape near the double shooting. Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

Bruce Randolph shooting injures one 02/07/19

02/07/19 Denver, CO – A man was shot near the intersection Bruce Randolph Ave. and North Elizabeth Street in NE Denver late afternoon on this date.  The man was transported lights and siren to a local hospital in unknown condition.  DPD officers and investigators spread out over the shooting scene in an effort to recover possible evidence.  The effort was hindered by cold temperatures, snow on the ground and impending sunset.  Bruce Randolph was closed for a period of time between Clayton and Elizabeth streets while police investigated the scene.  This reporter observed a police dog sniffing for evidence and a police officer with a metal detector searching for possible shell casings on the ground.  Shane Anthony reporting for ColoradoNews1.com

Denver Police secure a shooting scene at Bruce Randolph Ave. and Elizabeth Street. Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

Denver Colfax and Valentia shooting draws dozens of Cops 03/08/17

A suspect in the shooting at Valentia and Colfax is processed for evidence and arrested. Exclusive photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

03/08/17 Denver, CO – A shooting incident took place on this date in the 8300 block of E. Colfax Ave. (around N. Valentia St.).  The shooting occurred around 4:30PM today and sent one person to a local hospital by ambulance with lights and siren.  Scanner radio traffic described a dangerous and chaotic scene as multiple armed suspects may have fled the shooting scene.  An extremely large police presence took place at multiple scenes including the E. Colfax and Valentia St. shooting location.  A large team of Denver PD patrol cops, detectives, supervisors and crime scene techs responded to the numerous crime and evidence scenes.  Traffic was re-routed on Colfax in the area for several hours while police investigated the incident.  At one location of E. 13th Ave. and N. Ulster St. this reporter observed a suspect in handcuffs being processed for possible evidence by a Crime Lab technician.  No other info on the shooting is available as of this posting.  Shane Anthony reporting ColoradoNews1.com

 

Cops walk the E. Colfax shooting scene. Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

Below is an exclusive slideshow of the Colfax and Valentia St. shooting scene on 03/08/17.  Photos by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

 

Violence erupts at 2 local night clubs in Denver 03/05/17

03/05/17 Denver, CO – Violence broke out early this morning at 2 separate night clubs in Denver sending at least 2 people to local hospitals.  Both incidents occurred close to bar closing time.  The first incident took place at the Proof Nightclub located in SE Denver at 7800 E. Hamden around 1AM.  Denver District 3 cops were called there lights and sirens to a report of a fight in the parking lot. Several police supervisors responded to the scene to sort things out.  When this reporter arrived on the scene I observed several large groups of people standing in the parking lot of the club.  Witnesses to the fight told me that one or more bar bouncers may have been involved in the alteration with a male bar patron.  I was also shown a car with dents in it where according to witnesses the fight had reportedly spilled over onto the car.  The condition of the brawl victim is not known to us as of this posting.

In a separate incident, around 2AM a person was reportedly shot in front of Club Vinyl at 1082 Broadway St. in downtown Denver.  District 6 police blocked off a large scene there while they investigated that occurrence.  No other info was made available to us about the shooting.  Shane Anthony reporting ColoradoNews1.com

A serious fight broke out early on this date outside the Proof nightclub in SE Denver. Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com
Proof nightclub patrons react to the brawl which took place in the parking lot of the club. Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

Below is a slideshow of the Proof nightclub where a serious fight broke out   on 03/05/17 near closing time.  Photos by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

 

 

Below are photos of Club Vinyl in downtown Denver where a shooting took place outside at closing time on 03/05/17

Club Vinyl at 1082 Broadway in downtown Denver. Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com
Cops outside of Club Vinyl in Denver. Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

Aurora gunshot victim drives to hospital in private vehicle 03/03/17

03/03/17 Aurora, CO – A man who was an apparent gunshot victim decided not to wait for Aurora police or Fire Rescue on this date and instead showed up at a local hospital in a private vehicle.  The shooting was was reported to APD and Aurora Fire Rescue around 12:15AM on this date.  The shooting victim location initially came in as E. 23rd Ave and N. Peoria St.  While on the way to that scene with both lights and sirens, Aurora Fire was cancelled due to the fact that the victim had showed up at neighboring University Medical Center on his own accord.  When this reporter rolled up on the intersection of 23rd and Peoria nothing was to be found.  I did however track down several Aurora cops guarding a crime scene about 10 blocks north and east of the shooting call location.  That landed me in the 12500 block of E. 30th Ave.  I could not get any officers at that scene to confirm it was where the shooting took place, but do to its proximity to 23rd and Peoria, it was likely where the whole incident began.  No motive for the shooting was made available to ColoradoNews1.com  The condition of the victim is not known to us either at this time.  Shane Anthony reporting ColoradoNews1.com

Aurora cops guard a cime scene in the 12500 block of E. 30th Ave. which may be related to the March 3rd, 2017 shooting at 23rd and Peoria St.  Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

Below cops stand by in the 12500 block of E. 3oth Ave.  Photos by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com
Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

 

Aurora shooting 1000 block of S. Mobile St. 02/25/17

02/25/17 Aurora, CO – Around 3:30PM on this date Aurora police and Aurora Fire Rescue responded to a report of a person with a gunshot wound in the 1000 block of S. Mobile St. in southeast Aurora.  The 911 report stated that a juvenile subject had been shot in the extremities.  Upon arrival at the scene this reporter noted numerous Aurora patrol cars in front of a house on a small cul-de-sac.  Numerous uniformed officers and several police shift supervisors were on the scene as well.  ColoradoNews1.com learned at the scene that APD detectives were being notified of the incident.  At least 1 individual was noted sitting in the back of a police car at the scene.  No other information has been made available to us about this incident by Aurora Police as of this posting.  Shane Anthony reporting ColoradoNews1.com

An Aurora Police Leutnant is surrounded by other officers at the shooting scene on S. Mobile St. Exclusive photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com
The shooting scene on S. Mobile St. in Aurora. Exclusive photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com
Aurora cops at the shooting scene on S. Mobile St. Exclusive photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

Denver officer involved shooting Exposition and Newton 02/19/17

02/19/17 Denver, CO – Breaking News 2:04AM – What began as a call of a possible gunshots in the vicinity of W. Exposition Ave. and S. Newton St. ended up with Denver cops being involved in a shooting incident.  Denver District 4 police were called to the area around 10:30 this evening on a report of gunshots being heard.  When police arrived in the area they observed a man who cops at the scene radioed in was armed with a shotgun.  Around 10:45PM the call “Shots Fired-Shots Fired” erupted over the police radio and Denver cops from multiple districts ran code (lights and sirens) to assist at the scene.  A Denver paramedic ambulance was immediately dispatched to the scene as well with the initial report of shots-fired.  Within a few moments officers on the scene made it known to responding cover cars that no officers were hit.  A few moments after that cops on the scene said the allegedly armed suspect was not hit either.   When this reporter arrived on the scene I observed a Denver Health ambulance leaving the area no lights or siren.  Police had already secured the large crime scene with yellow tape and DPD investigators were already hard at work surveying the scene and taking pictures.  It is not know to us at this time what became of the allegedly armed man after the shooting incident.  We also don’t know who shot at whom in the incident.  One neighbor reported to ColoradoNews1.com that he heard 2 gunshots go “Pop Pop” from his home several houses down the street.  Denver police investigators are likely to spend several more hours processing the scene and gathering information related to the shooting incident.  Shane Anthony reporting ColoradoNews1.com

Denver Police Investigators process the officer involved shooting scene at Exposition and Newton. Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com
A Denver patrol cop lifts up crime scene tape at the shooting scene. Apparently nobody was hit by the gunfire.  Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

Below is a slideshow of the officer involved shooting incident that took place 02/19/17 by W. Exposition Ave. and S. Newton St. in southwest Denver.  Exclusive photos by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

 

 

Southeast Aurora shooting in 4000 block of S. Crystal Circle kills one 02/18/17

02/18/17 Aurora, CO – An early morning shooting on this date has left one man dead.  According to Aurora Police: Around 4:25AM officers responded to the area of the 4000 block of S. Crystal Circle in southeast aurora on a report of a fight with shots fired.  Upon arrival officers found a man with a   gunshot wound.  Aurora Fire Rescue and Falck ambulance paramedics were called to the scene.  An Aurora Battalion Chief and Medical Officer were part of the EMS response team as well.  The victim was transported lights and siren to a local hospital where he succumbed to  his injuries.  Aurora Police have not released any other specifics about the suspect (or suspects) in the shooting at this time.  Anyone with information about this crime should contact the Aurora PD Major Crimes/Homicide Unit at (303) 739-6041.  Shane Anthony reporting ColoradoNews1.com

Northwest Denver shooting injures one at 44th and Navajo 02/18/17

A young man in obvious shock at the the shooting scene sits by a patrol cop who takes a report.  Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

02/18/17 Denver, CO – A shooting in northwest Denver in the Sunnyside Neighborhood seriously injured one man overnight on this date.  The shooting happened after 2AM near a children’s playground in a small park located at W. 44th Ave. and N. Navajo St.  A man phoned 911 to report a friend had been shot.  When District 1 police arrived they found a victim who had indeed been hit by gunfire and they immediately called for an ambulance.  The victim was rushed by ambulance to a local hospital by Denver Paramedics and Denver firefighters.  District 1 cops fanned out in the neighborhood to search for the gunman or gunmen.  When this reporter arrived in the vicinity of the shooting I observed 2 young men being detained by police on Pecos Street just north of the shooting location.  It is not known if the two detained men were arrested.  One young man on the edge of the park was obviously distraught and as he sat on the front bumper of a patrol car.  Denver investigators and crime lab technicians arrived at the scene a short time later to begin processing the scene for clues to the crime.  No other info regarding the shooting has been made available to us as of this posting.  Shane Anthony reporting ColoradoNews1.com

A cop walks thru the shooting scene. Photo by Shane Anthony ColoradoNew1.com

Below is a slideshow of the overnight shooting that took place at 44th Ave. and N. Navajo St. in Denver.  Exclusive photos by Shane Anthony ColoradoNews1.com

Denver 500 Block of S. Sheridan double shooting 02/12/17

02/12/17 Denver, CO – 8:05 PM – Denver Police are currently on the scene of a double-shooting in the 500 block of South Sheridan Blvd.  The shooting was reported to 911 around 7:20PM this evening.  According to scanner traffic 2 people arrived at a house with a possible open door when they both were shot.  Suspect info is not known at this time.  2 victims were transported to a local hospital with gunshot wounds.  Denver District 4 officers currently have a large presence on S. Sheridan Blvd. just south of Alameda Ave. and are investigating the shooting scene.  Shane Anthony reporting AuroraNews1.com