The Denver Post : 2020-02-18

NEWS : 6 : 6A

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NEWS 6A» ★ ● ● TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2020 DENVERPOST.COM THE DENVER POST Briefs $1.4M-WINNING LOTTO+ TICKET SOLD NEAR COLO. SPRINGS said. Authoritie­s did not identify the victim or the suspect. All three of the boys knew each other, and the incident does not present a danger to the community, Snelling said. Police were still investigat­ing the shooting. “We’re just trying to help out some families,” Snelling said. whenhealle­gedlywentt­o meet a 14-year-old girl and her 13-year-old friend at the Greeley Mall, according to a Monday morning Greeley police tweet. Instead, an undercover detective posing as a 14-yearold girl allegedly met Arroyo-Castillo at the mall, the tweet said. The sting had been in the planning stages the past several weeks, a police tweet said. “This case is a great example of the proactive police work our officers and detectives do, to keep Greeley safe,” a police tweet said. died on scene from his injuries, Arvada police Detective Dave Snelling said. Two other teenage boys were at the scene and taken into custody. One was released with no charges, and the other was placed in a detention facility for investigat­ion of manslaught­er, recklessly causing the death of another person, a police news release — Denver Post staff reports For one resident of the Colorado Springs area, 2020 just got a little luckier. A winning Colorado Lotto+ ticket worth $1.4 million in Saturday’s drawing was sold south of Colorado Springs, Colorado Lottery officials said. Theticketw­assoldata Tower Liquors location, according to the lottery. The winning ticket had a cash value of $738,404. The prize was the largest Lotto+ award since Dec. 17, when a Parker resident won $2.5 million. That ticket was sold at a 7-Eleven, according to the lottery. The Colorado Lotto+ was last hit on Feb. 10 in Denver. A winning ticket for $1,500 was purchased at a King Soopers, according to the lottery. Colorado Convention Center February 22 – March 1 Driver pulled from icy water. A driver was pulled from a pond by firefighte­rs in Fort Collins on Monday after the car plunged into cold water. The incident happened at about 5:15 p.m. in the 4500 block of Weitzel Street, according to the Poudre Fire Authority. The driver was taken to a local hospital. After the water rescue, firefighte­rs remained on scene and used a boat crew and tools to search the water around the vehicle. A Larimer County Dive and Rescue team also searched the water in Gateway Pond. No other people were found. Firefighte­rs attached a rope to the car so it could be towed out of the pond. The cause of the crash is under investigat­ion. 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PURCHASE GETTING THERE: ADVANCE TICKETS AT: Greeley police arrested a 42-year-old Longmont man in an undercover sting for investigat­ion of two counts of attempted sex assault on a child involving two Greeley girls, police said. Jesus Arroyo-Castillo is also being held for investigat­ion of enticement of a child, attempted luring of a child and two counts of attempted contributi­ng to the delinquenc­y of a minor, according to Weld County District Court records. Arroyo-Castillo is being held on a $75,000 bond and is scheduled for a Tuesday afternoon court hearing for formal reading of charges. The suspect was arrested Wednesday morning Take light rail to the Convention Center or park at Empower Field at Mile High Lot C (West on Colfax from I-25. North on Federal Blvd) for $5 cash and ride the free shuttle to the show. 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