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  • Convicted animal abusers now accused of buying horses with hot checks

    Convicted animal abusers now accused of buying horses with hot checks

    Tuesday, December 12 2017 9:12 PM EST2017-12-13 02:12:45 GMT

    Two convicted animal abusers with ties to El Paso County are under arrest in Oklahoma.  Jeff and Naomi Pridgen were booked into the Cleveland County Jail which is located just south of Oklahoma City.  Chief Investigative Reporter Eric Ross first profiled the Pridgen's nearly two years ago to the day.  At the time, the couple claimed to run a meat delivery business in Peyton, but multiple families say they never got their beef or their money back.  The coup...

    Two convicted animal abusers with ties to El Paso County are under arrest in Oklahoma.  Jeff and Naomi Pridgen were booked into the Cleveland County Jail which is located just south of Oklahoma City.  Chief Investigative Reporter Eric Ross first profiled the Pridgen's nearly two years ago to the day.  At the time, the couple claimed to run a meat delivery business in Peyton, but multiple families say they never got their beef or their money back.  The coup...

  • Pueblo contractor pleads "no contest" to operating a remodeling business without a license and proper permits

    Pueblo contractor pleads "no contest" to operating a remodeling business without a license and proper permits

    Saturday, December 9 2017 12:34 AM EST2017-12-09 05:34:38 GMT

    The Pueblo Building Department summoned a contractor to court after he continued to solicit business without a valid license. Joe Pacheco is accused of ripping off multiple homeowners by taking money up front for jobs he didn't finish.  Friday afternoon, Pacheco pleaded "no contest" to operating a remodeling company without a general contractor's license and failing to pull proper permits for repair work.  A judge ordered Pacheco to pay a $25...

    The Pueblo Building Department summoned a contractor to court after he continued to solicit business without a valid license. Joe Pacheco is accused of ripping off multiple homeowners by taking money up front for jobs he didn't finish.  Friday afternoon, Pacheco pleaded "no contest" to operating a remodeling company without a general contractor's license and failing to pull proper permits for repair work.  A judge ordered Pacheco to pay a $25...

  • Contractor accused of ripping off homeowners has ties to law enforcement

    Contractor accused of ripping off homeowners has ties to law enforcement

    Friday, December 8 2017 1:35 AM EST2017-12-08 06:35:46 GMT

    News 5 Investigates discovered a Pueblo contractor accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from homeowners and he reportedly did it while working for the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office.  One day after we started asking the sheriff's office questions regarding Pacheco's employment, he was fired.

    News 5 Investigates discovered a Pueblo contractor accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from homeowners and he reportedly did it while working for the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office.  One day after we started asking the sheriff's office questions regarding Pacheco's employment, he was fired.

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  • Woman faces jail time after 2 toddlers left home alone for days

    Woman faces jail time after 2 toddlers left home alone for days

    Wednesday, December 13 2017 1:23 AM EST2017-12-13 06:23:05 GMT

    According to reports a 4-year old boy and 3-year old girl were both found severely malnourished inside a small bedroom in the 100 block of Wellington Street in Fountain. 

    According to reports a 4-year old boy and 3-year old girl were both found severely malnourished inside a small bedroom in the 100 block of Wellington Street in Fountain. 

  • President Trump responds to Alabama Senate election results

    President Trump responds to Alabama Senate election results

    Wednesday, December 13 2017 8:45 AM EST2017-12-13 13:45:00 GMT
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    WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump is defending his decision to initially back Sen. Luther Strange against Roy Moore in Alabama's Senate election, saying in a predawn tweet that "Roy worked hard but the deck was stacked against him."   

    WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump is defending his decision to initially back Sen. Luther Strange against Roy Moore in Alabama's Senate election, saying in a predawn tweet that "Roy worked hard but the deck was stacked against him."   

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