Reading from the Voice Media empire: John Bowlen, son of ailing Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, has been named in a Colorado arrest warrant following his weekend arrest in California for driving under the influence.In the document, also accessible here, Arapahoe County Court Judge Darren Louis Vahle counts five ways in which the younger Bowlen violated his probation for a domestic-violence incident involving booze and whippets back in 2015. Westword has the story.
Reading from the Voice Media empire: Jordan Dry, who was already in jail on drugs and weapons allegations, has now been accused of witness tampering for saying exactly what his lawyer told him not to over a monitored jail phone before claiming, “I don’t want to get any kind of tampering charges or anything.” Westword has the story.
Reading from the Voice Media empire: Jacob Magee was sentenced after pleading guilty to one count of invasion of privacy for sexual gratification, for taking an upskirt photo of a woman at an NFL game. His punishment: eight years of sex-offender supervised probation and thirty days in county jail. He’s also required to register as a sex offender for life. Get the details here. Westword has the story.
Reading from the Voice Media empire: Jana Koretko, an author and publisher of erotic books, has been arrested on accusations that she systematically ripped off a slew of fellow writers for more than $125,000 total. The result is an alleged criminal gangbang that no one enjoyed. Westword has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire:Apparently inspired by Spider-Man: Homecoming, which is scheduled to swing into theaters nationwide on July 7, Chad Douthit of Colorado Springs busted out his best Spidey impression shortly before being busted himself on allegations that included throwing a TV antenna at a police car. And it didn’t go well. Westword has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Michael Quin Webber was recently busted on suspicion of indecent exposure after being found walking the streets of posh resort completely naked. He allegedly had white powder caked under his nose at the time of his arrest, and he told the officer who fitted him for cuffs that he’d been seeing snakes. The cop soon discovered that he’s a registered sex offender. Westword has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Hunter Donnelly, a now former member of a major college football team, has been both an accused perpetrator of crime and a victim of one in recent weeks. He was dismissed from the squad after an arrest for allegedly violating a protection order involving a former girlfriend. But he also had thousands in bling stolen from him, reportedly by a teammate, Braylin Scott, who, according to law enforcers, tried to sell the stuff on Craigslist. Westword has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: After some but not all of Eric Jarrin’s marijuana was stolen, the Colorado resident reported what had happened. But because the crime took place in Wyoming, which has some of the strongest anti-cannabis laws in the country, the police officers who responded didn’t bother going after the thief. Instead, they promptly arrested Jarrin and fellow Colorado pal Christopher Rathe, whose actions raise an important question: Were the pair too stoned to remember they were in a state where pot is illegal? Westword has the story.