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Fourth Judicial District Attorney adds charges in Club Q shooting case

District Attorney Michael Allen
Posted at 5:53 PM, Jan 09, 2023
and last updated 2023-01-09 19:53:57-05

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — The Fourth Judicial District Attorney's Office added charges in the case for the alleged Club Q shooter Anderson Lee Aldrich.

Aldrich, already facing 305 chargesin the case against them, will now face an additional 12 charges following an amendment in the case on Monday, by the Fourth District Attorney's Office, bringing the total to 317 charges.

The amended charges were filed January 9th and represent two other victims who were present during the shooting. Aldrich is now facing two additional counts of:

  • First-Degree Attempted Murder – After Deliberation
  • First-Degree Attempted Murder – Extreme Indifference
  • First-Degree Attempted Assault – Serious Bodily Injury with a Deadly Weapon
  • Attempted Assault – Extreme Indifference
  • Bias Motivated Crime
  • Crime of Violence

The shooting that took place on November 19th, led to the deaths of 5 people and left more than a dozen injured.

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