Anna Cozy, Dispensary Owner, Charged with Forging Pot Documents: "I Panicked"

Categories: Marijuana

Anna Cozy. More photos below.
Anna Cozy, the owner of Colorado Alternative Medicine in South Denver, has been arrested and accused of faking documents related to her marijuana business and supplying them to inspectors. According to a report from the Denver D.A.'s office, Cozy was charged with two counts of attempting to influence a public servant and three counts of forgery.

According to the arrest affidavit on view below, the investigation started in late November, after a Marijuana Enforcement Division investigator suspected Cozy of handing over forged documents regarding a Marijuana Infused Product (MIPs) license and the store's grow operation.

See also: Boulder Allows Dispensaries to Sell Branded T-Shirts and Other Merch

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Reader: Blast Gay Porn at Westboro Baptist Church Protesters
Our post about an announced December 29 protest against same-sex marriage in Pueblo by the homophobic Westboro Baptist Church was a comment magnet. Many readers argued against giving the WBC publicity, while others offered suggestions to counter-protesters -- including this one.

See also: Westboro Baptist Church Announces Pueblo Protest Over Same-Sex Marriage

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Denver Area's Fifteen Best New Restaurants of 2014

Categories: Denver Blogs
Photo by Danielle Lirrette
Denver blog posts are flavorful.

Our Cafe Society blog shares its list of the fifteen best new restaurants in Denver. After reading it, bet you'll be hungry.

Big Media's Jason Salzman on Ken Buck, the budget bill, left-wing bloggers and right-wing talk-show hosts.

At Mile High Report, Bronco Mike puts Cincy's Andy Dalton under the microscope. Betcha he sees red.

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James Scott Finally Punished for Brutal Murder of Teen Praying in Church

James Scott. Additional images and more below.
Someone who knew Martha Guzman tells us the nineteen-year-old was an incredibly sweet and loving person. But 35 years ago, she died several days after being found naked and bleeding in the sanctuary of a Denver church.

Now, at long last, James Scott, a convicted serial rapist, has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for this heinous act. Continue for photos, a video, an arrest warrant and details about why Scott's punishment was so long in coming even though he actually confessed to killing Guzman seven years ago.

See also: James Scott, Serial Rapist, Charged With Killing Woman Praying at Church -- in 1979, published in February

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Gregory Gauna, Accused DIA Scrooge, Busted for Stealing Woman's Xmas Gift Cards

Gregory Gauna. Additional photos, a video and more below.
Is Gregory Gauna a thief? A schmuck? Or a combination of the two? These burning Schmuck of the Week questions are prompted by Gauna's arrest for swiping $1,250 in gift cards intended as Christmas presents -- or did he simply "find" them?

See also: Andres Sanchez-Luevano After Allegedly Killing GF's Kitten: "That's What You Get, Bitch"

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Nebraska and Oklahoma to Coloradans Who Voted for Amendment 64: Go to Hell

A highway check in Nebraska. Additional photos, a video and more below.
For months, Nebraska law enforcers and officials have been up in arms about Colorado's marijuana laws. Now, the state is attempting to take its complaints to the U.S. Supreme Court: Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning is suing the State of Colorado, with Oklahoma jumping aboard. Continue to see the complete complaint, as well as photos, video and details.

See also: Marijuana: Nebraska Cops Want Colorado to Help Pay for Pot Enforcement

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JonBenet Ramsey, DNA and the Phantom of Heilbronn

Television shows like CSI have given us, the channel-surfing American public, an almost mystical faith in the crime-solving abilities of DNA. We expect the presence of foreign DNA in the victim's bite wound to nail the perp, and the absence of any traces of the stuff to help absolve the innocent. That seems to have been the reasoning, anyway, behind Boulder District Attorney Mary Lacy's startling 2008 "exoneration" of John and Patsy Ramsey, declaring their lack of any involvement in the still-unsolved 1996 murder of their six-year-old daughter, JonBenet; the presence of an unknown male's DNA in the girl's underwear points to an intruder as the killer, Lacy said.

See also: JonBenet Ramsey: How the Investigation Got Derailed -- And Why It Still Matters

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Photos: Fifteen Reasons Why Denver Is the World's Largest Apres Ski Town
Apres Ski Cocktail Classic Facebook page
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Last week, we noted that of the ten most popular apres ski hotels in America listed by CNN, five are in Colorado. Not to be left out, our friends from VISIT DENVER have now declared the Mile High City to be "the world's largest apr├Ęs ski town," as well as "a great place to gear up, find deals, and acclimatize before you hit the higher Rocky Mountain slopes of Colorado."

As evidence, the tourism agency has assembled a collection of fifteen places to go and things to do before and after skiing. The roster includes hotels, restaurants, special events, outfitting and more. Continue to see the photo-illustrated selections, featuring VISIT DENVER text.

See also: Ten Most Popular U.S. Apres Ski Hotels -- Including Five in Colorado

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Photos: Top Ten White Elephant Gifts of 2014
More photos and a video below.

For each of the past four years, we've spotlighted the top ten White Elephant gifts as chosen by the folks at ARC Thrift Stores; click for picks from 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. But this year's collection may be the weirdest yet -- and as a bonus, it's supplemented by a video that should get you ready to shop for unusual items that are as much fun to buy as they are to receive. Look below to count down the top ten, all of which are representative of the stuff you can find at your friendly neighborhood ARC, followed by the complete clip.

See also: Photos: Top Ten White Elephant Gifts of 2013

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Richard Tababi Killed Crossing E-470, Struck By at Least Five Cars

Categories: News

An image from Fox31 coverage. More looks at the scene below.
Richard Tababi's vehicle appears to have broken down along E-470, and when he attempted to cross the highway, he was hit again and again. The Colorado State Patrol believes that at least five vehicles struck Tabibi -- and that's only an estimate. Additional details and more below.

See also: Did East Students Chant "Hit Him Again" After Car Crash Hurt Cops at Ferguson Protest?

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