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DU­RANGO» A Colorado man ac­cused of killing his 13-year-old son is ap­pear­ing in court for a two-week hear­ing to de­ter­mine what ev­i­dence will be al­lowed at trial and where the trial will be.

Chief Dis­trict Judge Jef­frey Wil­son be­gan hear­ing from the de­fense and prose­cu­tion this week on hun­dreds of mo­tions in the case against Mark Red­wine. He has pleaded not guilty to sec­ond-de­gree mur­der and child abuse re­sult­ing in the death of his son, Dy­lan.

Dy­lan dis­ap­peared in Novem­ber 2012 while vis­it­ing his fa­ther in Val­lecito.

Home­less camp be­ing cleared out.


SPRINGS» A large home­less camp in Colorado Springs will be cleared out by Mon­day af­ter the city re­ceived per­mis­sion from landown­ers to re­move tents and res­i­dents.

The land, known as “the quarry,” is within sight of po­lice head­quar­ters.

Those who choose to stay will be cited for tres­pass­ing. The en­camp­ment houses at least 145 tents and tarp-cov­ered shel­ters on pri­vate land.

Man ar­rested af­ter chase, scuf­fle.

PUE­BLO» A man wanted by po­lice in Pue­blo fled deputies Thurs­day in a car, al­legedly ram­ming an un­marked pa­trol car at one point, be­fore be­ing stopped and ar­rested. Three de­tec­tives were in­jured in a scuf­fle as Ross Vin­son, 34, was sub­dued and taken into cus­tody, ac­cord­ing to the sher­iff’s of­fice. Vin­son was wanted on five out­stand­ing war­rants, as well as in con­nec­tion with an iden­tity theft case re­ported this week. Vin­son re­sisted ar­rest but was taken into cus­tody. Three de­tec­tives suf­fered mi­nor in­juries.

Stand­off along I-70 be­gan with stab­bing.

JUNC­TION» A stand­off that shut down In­ter­state 70 for more than two hours started af­ter au­thor­i­ties say a man cut the throat of an­other man try­ing to help him af­ter a car crash.

Two men agreed to give 38-year-old Justin Madrid and a co-worker a ride back to the car along I-70 near Ri­fle on Tues­day.

Ac­cord­ing to court doc­u­ments, when one of the helpers said he didn’t think it could be driven, Madrid al­legedly cut him. The vic­tim’s co-worker then stabbed Madrid in the arm.

Madrid fled to a hill­side and re­fused to sur­ren­der. Au­thor­i­ties say the high­way was closed to avoid the pos­si­bil­ity of shots be­ing fired near traf­fic.

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