Denver Police Officer Shot at City Park | Denver Defense Attorney

Posted by on Oct 16, 2012

CBS news reports that a female officer was fatally shot in the head at City Park. The officer was at City Park patrolling for a Jazz concert that occurs in the park annually. When the concert ended there ware 3 single shots were fired. As the crowd erupted and cleared out it was apparent that only the officer was shot. She was transported to a near by hospital where she was pronounced dead. The officer was a mother of two. The Mayor chose to not cancel anymore of the Jazz shows and police confirmed that this was an isolated incident. Denver Police have a man in custody.

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