Tag Archives: 14th Judicial District Attorney

Former Routt County Employee Pays $10,000 In Restitution

District Attorney 14thAfter former Routt County Treasurer employee Lila Stucker tendered $10,000 in restitution to Routt County, the District Attorney’s Office dismissed the criminal case against her. Stucker had been accused of misappropriating approximately $20,000 from the Routt County Treasurer’s office between 2006 and 2013. Following the dismissal of the criminal case the District Attorney’s Office said it Continue reading

Cole J. Pollard Charged With Two Counts Of Murder

coleThe 14th Judicial District Attorney’s Office today filed the following charges against Cole Jennings Pollard in connection with the death of Patricia Richmond on Monday.

Count One: Murder in the First Degree, a class one felony, alleging the intentional and premeditated killing of Ms. Richmond.
Count Two: Murder in the First Degree (felony murder), a class one felony, alleging the death Continue reading

Details Emerging on Misappropriation of Advocates Funds

ADVOCATESDetails are emerging about the possible embezzlement of funds at Advocates Crisis Support Services.  In December of last year the Advocates board of directors contacted the 14th Judicial District Attorney to initiate an investigation in regard to misappropriation of funds by former associates. The case was Continue reading

Barkey Dismisses Felony Charges Against Lucas Ackerman

District Attorney 14th14th Judicial District Attorney Brett Barkey decided to drop Vehicular Assault and Vehicular Homicide charges against Lucas Ackerman, who was driving under the influence when the vehicle he was driving struck a family who were crossing the road, killing one and injuring three others.  Ackerman has indicated Continue reading

Felony Charges Against Ackerman Dismissed

District Attorney 14thYesterday, 14th Judicial District Attorney Brett Barkey announced that he will move to dismiss all felony counts against Lucas Ackerman in relation to last year’s traffic collision which left one dead and three others seriously injured.  Barkey announced that he was prepared to Continue reading