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tonight police find explosive devices inside a castle rock home. neighbors are evacuated, and two kids arrest ed. >> it's a growing trend. plus local car dealers selling vehicles with recalls so dangerous, someone might die. >> and the governor calls out trump for calling the election rigged. and first at 10:00, more castle rock won't be sleeping in their beds tonight. investigators still have a lot of work to do after explosive materials were found inside a house in the plum creek neighborhood. jeff todd is live, and it started with the arrest of two kids? >> reporter: and one of them could be facing serious charges. the parents were contacted about # this -- 8:00 this morning when the explosive
detonated. >> the detonation was necessary to protect the public, protect the residents in the area, and to protect the officers on scene. >> reporter: a massive response from castle rock police, the douglas county bomb squad, the fbi and atf will continue to work through the night to make sure they found all the dangerous explosives inside the house. >> it's too soon to tell if there's more explosive devices in there, but from cursory investigation we didn't find anymore. >> reporter: the parents of teens are cooperating. some of the chemicals are legal, but the explosive materials are not. investigators stopped short of calling it a bomb. >> these are devices that were dangerous, but required additional manipulation or steps to become actual bombs. >> reporter: charges could be possible for the teen, but police say the explosives were
>> i've not seen this level of mist case from a juvenile. >> reporter: the police -- mist case from a juvenile. >> reporter: the police says what they found at this home is in no way linked to any rumored threats at douglas county schools. live notary public castle rock, jeff todd. and just in tonight a denver woman charged with attempted murder now in north dakota. authorities there say she oil pipeline project. investigators say 37-year-old red fawn follis fired three shots at a sheriff's deputy last week. she missed, and the deputy did not fire back. it was the third time she was arrested at the same pipeline protest. and a developing story, the case of a woman's body found over the weekend, now being investigated as a homicide.
and kingston in denver, and we've learned more about how she died? >> reporter: yeah, jim, the coroner released information today that the young woman found in this highly industrial area, you can see a number of warehouses on this street, was strangled to death. the body was discovered saturday afternoon about 5:30 in this year near 47th and kingston. investigators had a number of streets blocked off for several hours over the police have very little information right now about exactly what may have happened, but the coroner was able to again identify the victim as 23- year-old arsella miranda from denver, and they were able to determine she died from strangulation. if you have information you might be able to help the police in this case, you're asked to call them. live in denver, cbs 4 news. thank you.
agent the man from -- about the man from wyoming accused of killing his girlfriend's baby and putting the body in a dumpster. he told investigators he brought the 13 month old boy to a house where people were smoking meth, and says the child fell off a counter, hit his head and eventually died. while rogers initially said he put the body in a dumpster outside a community college, the contents of dumpsters are taken to a crews planned to search the land fill today, but it was called off due to the high wind, and ronnellers has also -- rogers has also been changing the story on where the boy's body might be. and a weekend gun shift is raising questions about -- theft is raising questions about gun store security. someone stole four peoples sunday from this store in parker and never actually entered the building. lauren dispirito is live outside the pony express firearms, and the store didn't
>> reporter: there are no laws governing how a gun dealer protects and secures his business, but the atf provides some recommendations, one being to lock weapons away in a safe when the store is closed. when thieves broke into pony express firearms in parker this weekend, police say they shattered two glass windows at the front of the store. a surveillance camera caught only the suspect's hands reaching through seri and grabbing four long rifles. >> moving forward, if this can be an example to others that wells have a better safeguard, that's the silver lining to look for here. >> reporter: the district attorney says the burglary comes after a string of similar thefts last summer where three gun stores and seven pawnshops were broken into. dozens of weapons were taken. >> it's a growing trend, it's a
assault rifles like ak47s and ar15s seem to be the biggest targets. thought to fetch the most money on the black market. has investigators look to see if the crimes are connected, they recommend gun dealers seek safety tips from law enforcement. >> and consult mr. common sense in some case, which is put weapons in a position they can't be easily stolen we breaking glass or look the entire firing mechanism, something liking them less valuable and certainly less functional. >> reporter: because this store's cameras didn't show the suspect's faces, parker police hope footening from surrounding businesses -- footage from surrounding businesses will provide clues. live tonight in parker, lauren dispirito, cbs 4 news. also happening now, police looking for the thief who ripped off a denver restaurant.
company gave us this surveillance video. you can see the burglary happen while the restaurant was packed with customers last week. you see the thief case the restaurant, and walk in. he stole a large amount of money. now to the campaign trail where donald trump told crowds that electing hillary clinton with her on going e-mail problems could leave the country into a -- lead the coy crisis, and clinton is aggressively challenging the fbi's new e-mail probe. they were searching the computer of a former congressman, anthony weiner, when it found e-mails sent to clinton's private server while she was secretary of state. anthony weiner's latest scandal involves exchanging inappropriate texts with a teenager. his ex-wife is huma abedin,
mails from one of my staffers, and by all means they should look at them, and i'm sure they'll reach the same conclusion they did when they searched my e-mails the past year. there's no case here. >> the fbi director has been criticized for offering vague information to officer about the latest e-mails so close to the election. there's no word if the investigation will be compdl day. >> but donald trump pounced on the latest news and continuing his claims that the election is rigged, but today governor hickenlooper fired back. the governor and republican secretary of state both say the system is very secure. >> reporter: and jim state officials want you to know that when you place your ballot in the drop boxes the ballot is safe. donald trump's claims that the
been deemed dangerous, and today public officials took steps to denounce and debunk the rigged claimed. colorado's governor organizing hillary clinton's ground game and blasting donald trump after a weekend of campaigning here. >> he's saying, has the nerve to say the letter carriers will destroy ballots. what the do they have x-ray eyes? >> reporter: this comes after new claims by trump that the election is rigged. >> i have real problems with away, oh here's one i like, keep that one. >> reporter: hickenlooper already one of trump's harshest critics went on attack. >> he wants people not to vote, that's crazy. >> we hold that in high regard, and his insult was an insult to our integrity. >> reporter: registered voters got their ballots in the mail
nearly 600,000 people have already voted in colorado. today was the deadline to register online to get a mail in balance local, but today the secretary of state's office reminded the public you can still register to vote in person all the way up to election day. live in demaryius downtown denver, cbs 4 news. and the man hunt for a killer is now over. how police tracked down the man that taunted them on facebook for days. >. plus a tragedy as a family of four. his sentence after admitting he was watching his phone instead of the road. and how safe are vehicles on car lots? >> do you know anything about recalls? >> we don't put cars on the lot with recalls. >> but that's not true. you won't believe the dangerous flaws we found. >. and we had record- breaking temperatures, record- tying temperatures here in denver trade, but much -- today, but much colder air is headed our way.
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his field, and there was a shoot out with police. vance was shot and killed. >> he provided roach with two 30 round magazines. >> authorities plan to release dashboard camera video of the shooting tomorrow morning. and for the first time since she was shot ago we're hearing from a denver police officer about the memos leading -- moments leading up to it. she was respondling to an attempted break in when she encountered gonzalez, and she describes what happened next. >> he started to like speed up and walk fast right at me with his eyes on me, and looking at his eyes for a second, and i looked down and saw he has a
his intention was to kill me. >> police shot and killed gonzalez after a brief chase. the district attorney ruled the shooting was justified. >. and new video of how distracted driving contributes to a deadly crash in the uk in august. the driver of a tractor trailer seen using his phone, and then he crashed into several cars killing four people, including three children. a british court sentenced him to ten years in prison. >. cars under re sometimes with important safety issues, are for sale on colorado used car lots. rick sallinger shows us what he found. >> reporter: with a hidden camera, a cbs 4 producer visited several used car lots acting as a customer. at stevenson toyota east, the salesman said this car met safety tests, but we found out
had a recall not fixed. >> it's not life threatening. >> reporter: in this case the unfixed recall was a safety risk, that the passenger air bag right not deploy in a crash. okay, let's go to another lot. auto mark usa in aurora. >> do you know about any recalls or anything about that? >> um, we don't actually put any cars on the lot that have recalls. our owner is adamant about fixing vehicles before it goes onto the lot. >> rep of the vehicle identification number revealed this one had three open recall, including air bags. the manager later ensured us they disclose all recalls, and the customer signs a carfax disclosing the car's history. the colorado department of revenue says state law is clear. >> >. regulation states that at the time of sale they're required to notify the consumer in writing. >> reporter: and let's check
escalade on the lot, and we asked about the common takata air bag recall. >> we're not selling takatas. >> reporter: well, we checked, and the government shows this vehicle has an unfixed takata air bag that hasn't been fixed. disclosure. >> reporter: none of the vehicles agreed to discuss sales of vehicles under recall on camera, but tim jackson of the colorado automobile dealers association did. should recalled cars be on the lot for sale? >> they're on the streets, in driveways, in dealership lots. >> reporter: for some it's become a selling point. one dealership is this now running commercials -- is now running commercials promising
recall-free. rick sallinger. >> for now it's legal to sell the cars as long as the defect is disclosed before sale. if you want to see if your car has a recall, just visit our website. we hit another record high today, but another cool down finally coming. >> yes, clear skies around here, little cloudiness over the southwest, but there's a cool front coming down from the north. here's th we'll see if it kicks off any showers. not a lot going on except in the mountains, every now and then the isolated rain or snow shower, not adding up, some moisture won't even hit the ground. thursday at 6:00 in the evening we have clear skies across the state. moisture is off to the west. so taking a look at the temperatures trade, the warm -- at that time, the -- today, the warm double of air, five degrees warmer than they were in las vegas today, so here
pushing down and will cool us off by 20 degrees by thursday. but we're still under the warm front, been under it pretty much the whole month. lauren whitney is in the weather center, and october was really a warm month. >> yes, we crunched a lot of numbers today, and it was toasty around here. not just your imagination. 57.9 degrees in the monthly average for october in 2016 warmest october since 1872 when they started keeping records. two other years tied that as well, but it's been since 1963 that we were that warm. temperatures toasty this month. the red days are days we were above average. we had nine 80-degree days in the month of october. one 40-degree day, but two days
record high. we had quite a few of those, so today 79, it was toasty out here. >> well above normal for this time of year which is 59, so 20 degrees above normal, tying the 1950 temperature. 31 is normal, 10 the record. from our weather watchers alamosa 73, and today. 57 and 51 right now. 43 percent humidity, a rising barometer, and look at this pretty shot from norm, just a horse enjoyabling the summer- enegg joying the umer -- enjoying the summer-like wept, and having a wonderful time in estes park tonight. out west temperatures in the 30s and 40s, and tomorrow you start to feel the cool down.
raidings. 50s and 60s for the mountains, and out west 50s to the mid- 60s. the forecast tonight mostly clear skies, 43 and 44 by morning. then for tomorrow we'll look for partly sunny skies, temperatures in the upper 60s. we'll be cooler still on wednesday. 60 degrees, pretty close to normal for this time of year, and closer than we've been in quite some time. friday at 70, 65 on saturday. and don't forget the clocks go back saturday gh on sunday, monday, tuesday, and wednesday we stay in the 60s, but we also stay dry except maybe a scattered shower on monday. >> all right, ed, thank you. well the broncos win yesterday was exciting, but this denver broncos cheerleader stole the show over mile high wearing a giant t-rex costume, didn't miss a beat throughout the game, and the woman wearing
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