Bryan Carver allegedly put his GPS on his dog -- and violated his parole with guns and cocaine
Now, of course, it's Carver and Byrd who are in the doghouse. The Denver District Attorney's Office has hit the former with possession and possession-with-intent-to-distribute charges related to cocaine and meth, as well as a hefty 28 counts of weapon possession by a previous offender. Byrd, for his part, is staring down the barrels of two weapon-possession-by-a-previous-offender beefs and a cocaine possession allegation. They remain in custody at this writing, with an initial court date slated for February 7.
Meanwhile, Nuzzy is no longer being monitored by the Department of Corrections. Bet he's relieved.
Here are booking photos for Carver and Byrd, followed by charging documents and probable cause statements in the name of each.
Bryan Carver. Michael Byrd.
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