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Thornton woman boasts about selling cocaine, meth to students during CU football games in sting recordings targeting drug syndicate

Thornton resident Heather Knoll claimed she sold thousands of dollars worth of cocaine and methamphetamine to University of Colorado students near Folsom Field during football games.

Knoll, 42, a suspected member of a Northern Colorado drug syndicate, boasted to a confidential informant that about 60 CU students paid her $6,000 a game for her “Blue Ice/Blue Meth” and “Shiny White” cocaine.

During a Sept. 28 meeting with the informant, Knoll sold 117 oxycodone pills for $3,500, according to a 30-page forfeiture complaint filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Denver.

When a Marine’s precious ring went missing in Denver, it took 17 years and a lucky break to unearth the mystery

The ring — made of 10-karat gold and embedded with a garnet, his birthstone — perfectly captured the institution he loves. Adorned on one side with the Eagle, Globe and Anchor symbol of the U.S. Marine Corps and on the other with the iconic flag-raising on Iwo Jima, the 1997 gift from his wife featured a two-line inscription.

Eduardo L. Moreno

At Denver’s March for Our Lives, gun control’s old guard urges thousands of young activists to “show no fear”

The tens of thousands of people who filled Denver’s Civic Center park Saturday afternoon heard longtime gun-control advocates call on younger activists to use their newfound outrage and carry the fight into statehouses, governor’s mansions and voting booths.


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