TODAY: Police Impersonator Sought, Avalanche Outdoor Game, Terrifying ‘Prehistoric’ Shark
DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015.
1. Castle Rock police search for police impersonator who attacked woman
A woman driving to the grocery store in Castle Rock was pulled over and attacked Tuesday night. Police say the suspect impersonated a police officer.
2. Thieves rob victims at gunpoint at Aurora ATMs
Investigators are looking for thieves who are targeting victims at gunpoint at ATMs in Aurora. In some cases, people were even followed home from the bank and then robbed.
3. 4-year-old girl dies after falling through ice on pond in Loveland
A 4-year-old girl died after falling into an icy pond at Loveland Sports Park. Police say the girl was at the park with her family for soccer practice. She was playing at a nearby playground and then walked onto the pond ice and fell through it.
4. Teen hurt in violent encounter on Aurora road
A teenager was recovering from injuries after a dangerous encounter on a road in Aurora. One of the passengers snapped a photo of the alleged attacker.
5. Four arrested, connected with Denver Botanic Gardens Chihuly artwork theft
Several sizable, essentially invaluable pieces of glass art stolen from an exhibition at the Denver Botanic Gardens in August were recovered later that month, and now four people are under arrest in connection with the theft.
6. Report: Avalanche to host Detroit Red Wings in outdoor game in 2016
The NHL is expected to announce the Avalanche will play host to the Detroit Red Wings in an outdoor game sometime in 2016, TSN reported.
7. Report: Peyton Manning plans to return to Broncos, pending physical
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will return to the team next season if he passes an annual physical examination, according to a report.
8. Republicans kill Democratic civil unions clean-up bill
Senate Republicans killed off a Democrat-sponsored bill aimed at fixing a consequence of the state’s overlapping recognition of both civil unions and gay marriage.
9. Report reveals details about couples who commit ‘financial infidelity’
A report says more people are cheating on their partners, at least when it comes to being honest with their finances. It’s called financial infidelity — spouses who have secret bank accounts or credit cards the other spouse doesn’t know about.
10. Terrifying ‘prehistoric’ shark found in Australia
A frilled shark, whose species dates back 80 million years, was caught in the waters off Australia.