COLORADO SPRINGS - The Colorado Springs Police Department has shelled out $94,310.50 in unanticipated expenses overt the past 8 years just to house marijuana and marijuana plants seized in drug raids.
Much of the money has been directed at improving officer safety as it relates to the increased risk... more »
COLORADO SPRINGS - A tearful Bob Crouse finally picked up the medical marijuana that was being kept in evidence at the Colorado Springs Police Department. It took a court order and a decision to not block that order by the state court of appeals before Crouse was at last able... more »
COLORADO SPRINGS - Cancer patient Bob Crouse will be getting his all of his seized medical marijuana back on Friday. His attorney Clifton Black tells News 5 the Colorado Court of Appeals upheld a court order issued by a 4th Judicial District Court Judge Timothy Schutz on October 30 requiring... more »
COLORADO SPRINGS - The battle over marijuana continues to burn between a local cancer patient and the Colorado Springs Police Department. After several last minute legal filings, the Colorado Court of Appeals stopped the return of seized marijuana this afternoon to Bob Crouse pending the outcome of an appeal filed... more »
The Colorado Court of Appeals has halted a court order requiring the return of seized medical marijuana to a local cancer patient. According to attorney Clifton Black, the higher court issued the eleventh hour stay after District Court Judge Timothy Schutz rejected an earlier request during an emergency hearing Friday... more »
A district court judge has refused a request to halt his court order requiring the Colorado Springs Police Department to return marijuana that was seized from a local cancer patient.
In June, a jury found Bob Crouse not guilt of drug trafficking charges. He went to court in September... more »
COLORADO SPRINGS - Local cancer patient Bob Crouse was hoping to get his medical marijuana back today, as was his lawyer Clifton Black. A judge signed a court order three days ago directing the police to turn over the drug, but when they came to the police department today to... more »
A Colorado Springs man faces up to 12 years in prison for allegedly having too many pot plants in his house. Court documents say the police never found Bob Crouse's medical marijuana records and they believe he intended to sell the pot. But Crouse says he used the marijuana to... more »