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  • Park district still struggling financially following embezzlement investigation

    Park district still struggling financially following embezzlement investigation

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 1:22 AM EDT2017-07-26 05:22:11 GMT
    Fremont County commissioners and Penrose Park board members are at odds over money.  An informal request seeking $100,000 in financial assistance to save the struggling park was rejected by commissioners during a meeting Tuesday morning.  The park district is still struggling financially as a result of mismanaged finances and possible theft.  History:  A year-long News 5 Investigation back in 2015 revealed hundreds of thousands of dollars missing from the ...
    Fremont County commissioners and Penrose Park board members are at odds over money.  An informal request seeking $100,000 in financial assistance to save the struggling park was rejected by commissioners during a meeting Tuesday morning.  The park district is still struggling financially as a result of mismanaged finances and possible theft.  History:  A year-long News 5 Investigation back in 2015 revealed hundreds of thousands of dollars missing from the ...
  • News 5 Investigates: Police planned to sell crime victim's car at auction instead of returning it

    News 5 Investigates: Police planned to sell crime victim's car at auction instead of returning it

    Monday, July 24 2017 11:13 PM EDT2017-07-25 03:13:33 GMT

    A Pueblo couple's car was stolen in June and later recovered by Colorado Springs police officers.  According to records obtained by the I-TEAM, Mary and Clyde Antrim's Ford Crown Victoria sat in a police impound lot for more than a month---eventually racking up fees.   The couple says cops never called them to pick up their car. Instead, News 5 Investigates discovered police planned to sell it at an auction.  Colorado Springs police have nothing to say on camera...

    A Pueblo couple's car was stolen in June and later recovered by Colorado Springs police officers.  According to records obtained by the I-TEAM, Mary and Clyde Antrim's Ford Crown Victoria sat in a police impound lot for more than a month---eventually racking up fees.   The couple says cops never called them to pick up their car. Instead, News 5 Investigates discovered police planned to sell it at an auction.  Colorado Springs police have nothing to say on camera...

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