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Woman Caught Stealing Mail in Englewood Sentenced to Prison

DENVER – A woman was sentenced this week for her role in stealing mail from personal mailboxes in the Englewood area, U.S. Attorney Jason R. Dunn and Acting U.S. Postal Inspector in Charge Lesley Allison announced. Krissie Renae Ward, age 20, of Denver, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge R. Brooke Jackson to serve 18 months in federal prison, followed by 3 years on supervised release. Co-defendant Tiffany Krystal Mankin, age 34, of Denver, was scheduled to be sentenced today, but removed her ankle monitor and did not show up for sentencing. Judge Jackson issued a bench warrant for her arrest.

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Inmate Caught on Tape Ordering a Murder for Hire

ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – An inmate that was caught on tape ordering a murder for hire later admitted to it and still was found "not guilty" by a jury. An inmate at the Arapahoe County Jail agreed to wear a recorder after reporting that another prisoner asked him to kill a prosecutor. The conversation between 20-year-old Christian Harvey and a cellmate took place in a day room. The deal was to murder a female prosecutor at the agreed price of $200. In the recording Harvey says he wants to woman killed in her residence.

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Arapahoe County jury acquits man of murder-for-hire plot

A 20-year-old prisoner accused of trying to hire his cellmate to kill a prosecutor was found not guilty of the murder-for-hire plot Thursday. Christian Harvey was acquitted of solicitation to commit murder after a 12-person jury deliberated for 11 hours, said Lynn Kimbrough, spokeswoman for the Denver district attorney’s office. “We’re very disappointed in the verdict,” she said. “We felt the charge was appropriate and provable.”

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Nozolino’s Former Confidant Testifies

Between his church obligations, his meth addiction and the hidden recording device he wore for Colorado Springs police, Curtis Gene Womack had what he called a "roller coaster" of a year in 2005. In a deal to escape prosecution for his own alleged crimes, the married father of three secretly cooperated in a police probe focusing on his friend Bruce J. Nozolino - and the allegations Womack reported would catapult him into key witness status at Nozolino's ongoing trial.

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Divorce Case Sparked Attacks on Lawyer, Judge and Others...

A bitter divorce in which Bruce J. Nozolino lost custody of his children led the former white-collar worker to kill a man with whom his wife had had a brief affair and try to kill his wife’s divorce lawyer, the Colorado judge who heard the case and others, jurors were told this week as a first-degree murder trial began.