Woman killed near West 14th and Knox Court involved in Fatal Attraction relationship? (7)

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The Denver Police Department hasn't exactly issued a gusher of information about a weekend homicide near the intersection of West 14th Avenue and Knox Court. But reports suggest that the victim is a woman in her thirties who had been involved in what one neighbor characterizes as a Fatal Attraction-style relationship.

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Photos: Man shot to death in pickup on Xanadu Street in Aurora, suspect at large (6)

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Gunfire rang out near an Aurora apartment complex late last night, shattering the quiet and ending a life. The Aurora Police Department confirms that one man is dead and a suspect is at large in the case. Here's what we know thus far.

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Two hit by gunfire, one dead near East 35th and Elm in first of two weekend shootings (5)

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There were two violent flare-ups over the weekend, with a total of four people shot. In the first incident, one person has died. In the second, police believe one of the wounded is a victim while the other is a suspect. Details below.

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Photos: Isabella Guzman's insanity plea accepted for stabbing her mom 151 times

Isabella Guzman in court yesterday, from 9News coverage.
Last August, when eighteen-year-old Isabella Guzman was arrested for murder, an arrest affidavit on view below estimated that she'd stabbed her mom 79 times. But subsequent evaluation determined there were even more knife wounds -- 151 of them in all.

Now, however, a judge has accepted Guzman's not-guilty-by-reason-of-insanity plea in the same jurisdiction where prosecutors are continuing to seek the death penalty despite Aurora theater shooter James Holmes doing the same thing. See photos and a video and get more information about this shocking case below.

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Randy Bender, murder victim, on Facebook: "None ya haters can bring me down" (4)

Randy Bender in a photo from his Facebook page. Additional images, a video and more below.
Update: Randy Bender's last Facebook profile photo features him posing alongside a gravestone. Now, however, Bender himself is dead, the victim of a shooting at an extended stay motel about which we reported last week; see our previous coverage below.

Police don't believe Bender was a victim of a random crime -- and as you'll see, his Facebook page is filled with posts about people with whom he's had beefs.

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Do you recognize persons of interest in El Shaddai Ministries murder case? (3)

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Yesterday, we told you about a fatal shooting at a Lakewood motel in which clues are scarce. Neither is there a surplus of info available about a previous murder outside the El Shaddai International Ministries. However, the Denver Police Department has released a series of photos depicting persons of interest in the incident, which left one man dead. See them and get additional details below.

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Photos: Top 19 still most wanted murder suspects in Denver

Heber Santiago Godoy. Additional photos and more below.
In May 2012, we posted about the nineteen most wanted murder suspects in Denver. Well, we recently checked back to see how many members of this group has been captured, and the answer is: zero. Not a single one of these alleged killers has been rounded up in two-plus years, and some have been at large for decades.

Continue to see photos and get details about each tragic case. Can you help bring justice to any of their victims or their loved ones? Find out below.

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Mark Chalfant, multi-sport athlete, ID'd as Taco Bell shooting victim, suspects at large (2)

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Update: The Aurora Police Department has identified the victim of a fatal shooting outside a Taco Bell on June 4; see our previous coverage below. Mark Chalfant, nineteen, was a multi-sport athlete looking forward to a bright future when his life suddenly ended -- and the three suspects in the crime remain at large.

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William Lornes's conviction -- and how a lottery ticket helped bust kidnapper for murder

William Lornes. Additional photos and more below.
A kidnapping at the Cherry Creek Mall and the murder of a Denver man whose body was found in a dumpster. At first glance, these crimes have little in common. But now, the same suspect -- William Lornes -- has been convicted of committing both of them and could spend the rest of his life in prison when he's sentenced later this month.

How did authorities connect Lornes to these incidents? Arrest affidavits on view below tell a story straight out of a Hollywood screenplay -- including an element of luck represented, appropriately enough, by a lottery ticket.

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Nicholas Davis, aka "Infamous," one of five charged in crack deal ending in murder (3)

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Back on May 19, we told you about a shooting at the Quality Inn near I-70 and Peoria. At the time of our original report, the cops weren't confirming that the incident, which left one man dead, was a murder.

Now, however, prosecutors have charged four men and one woman -- including Nicholas Davis, seen here -- in relation a slaying that a police report on view below says was motivated by an argument over a crack cocaine deal involving a man nicknamed Messiah and suspects with handles such as Thrill, Snoop and Infamous. Continue for photos and the vivid details.

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