Beer-Bellied Bandit and Tallman mistrial scare highlight week of crime and punishment

Mistrial Concerns In Nathaniel Tallman Trial Are Set Aside, For Now

Concerns were raised that a mistrial may need to be declared in the trial of the accused killers of LaFayette resident Nathaniel Tallman, because the unexpected length of the trial was threatening a shortage of jurors available to find a verdict.  Prosecutors have reportedly assured the court that they will rest by Tuesday with the hope that closing statements can be done by Thursday.

Court Date Set For Man Accused Of Attempting To Murder Wife

Heriberto Haro-Luna, 48, is alleged to have tried to kill his estranged wife outside of downtown Boulder church on July 30, 2015, before a church employee chased him away with a gun for which he had a concealed-weapons permit.  He is scheduled to appear for an arraignment hearing on November 20.

Mysterious Beer-Bellied Man Sought For Series Of Thefts From Campus Offices

A “well-groomed, well-dressed white man between the ages of 55 and 70” is being sought for the alleged theft of numerous wallets and credit cards from CU offices.  CUPD says that the thefts occurred during working hours on campus, and that the suspect’s most prominent feature is a “beer belly.”

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