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A 27-year-old man from Boulder has been arrested on several charges involving child pornography. Shawn McClaran (11/26/1984) was taken into custody at his workplace in Jefferson County and transported to the Jefferson County Jail after failing to surrender to Boulder police.
The case began at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office during an internet investigation they were conducting. The investigator located a computer in Boulder which was sharing child pornography, and then contacted Boulder detectives. The suspect was Shawn McClaran.
Police conducted a search warrant of McClaran’s home and computer and found a number of child pornography files on the computer. McClaran admitted to detectives that he viewed child pornography.
McClaran will face charges in Boulder that include Sexual Exploitation of a Child (distribution of child pornography) and Sexual Exploitation of a Child (possession of child pornography).
The case number is 12-4788.
SHOT IN HEAD; BIN LADEN IS DEAD.....
Mission was to kill, not capture...
Crowds gather at White House, Ground Zero to celebrate...
Obama: U.S. Carried Out Operation 'At My Direction'...
W: 'No Matter How Long It Takes, Justice Will Be Done'...
Killing brings anger, relief in Arab world...
Heat on Pakistan...
Hamas condemns killing of 'holy warrior'...
(Reuters) – The State Department on Sunday warned Americans worldwide of “enhanced potential for anti-American violence” following the killing of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
“Given the uncertainty and volatility of the current situation, U.S. citizens in areas where events could cause anti-American violence are strongly urged to limit their travel outside of their homes and hotels and avoid mass gatherings and demonstrations,” the State Department said in a statement.
(Reporting by Andrew Quinn, Editing by Will Dunham)
from US govt
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Israel, the West Bank and Gaza
|FEAR: Security Tightened at NY Airports, World Trade Center Site...
U.S. issues worldwide travel alert...
REPORT: Pakistani intelligence agents on site during raid; unclear who fired fatal shot...
4 others killed, including son...
Woman used as 'shield'...
Detainees captured after 9-11 gave crucial information...
Bin Laden, Adolf Hitler both declared dead on May 1...
|REPORT: Obama Canceled March Compound Bombing, Wanted Proof of Death...
Flowers, Flags Left Outside Bush's Dallas Home...
BIN LADEN ANNOUNCEMENT CAME IN MIDDLE OF TRUMP'S 'CELEBRITY APPRENTICE'...
Egypt's al-Zawahri likely to succeed...
Muslim bro'hood: USA should now leave Afghanistan, Iraq...
|REPORT: Bin Laden already buried at sea...
OFFICIAL: U.S. didn't want to 'create shrine'...
DNA tests won't be complete for days...
Raid captured on TWITTER...
A man who threatened to kill himself with a gun surrendered peacefully to Boulder police this evening. He is in custody at the Boulder County Jail, and will undergo a mental health evaluation. Police are not releasing his identity.
The incident began around 3:20 p.m. on April 4. A female friend called police and told dispatchers that the man was suicidal and that he was armed with a handgun outside Boulder Community Hospital
The Boulder Police SWAT Team arrived and isolated the suspect near a wall at the northeast corner of the hospital. Police could see that the man did have a weapon, which he pointed at his head a number of times during the standoff.
SWAT crisis negotiators established a rapport with the man and spoke with him throughout the afternoon and evening and attempted to convince him to surrender peacefully. Although the man was armed, he never threatened police or anyone else. Around 7:00 this evening, he agreed to surrender his weapon and was taken into custody without incident.
The suspect will face misdemeanor charges of Disorderly Conduct and Unlawful Carrying of a Concealed Weapon.
It’s Ted Out of Control ! Buffalo In Big Sky or on a Bun
Boulder, Colorado, Tuesday, September 28: Ted Turner, “Call Me Ted, ” received the Wallace Stegner Award today at the Wolf Law Building on the University of Colorado-Boulder campus where about 250 guests listened to his comments. The event was sponsored by Al and Carol Ann Olson. The Stegner Award is presented to individuals who have sustained contributions to the American West culture via literature, environment, etc. In Turner’s case, it’s a lot of bison. That’s right!
“Keep an open mind,” he said referring to his inviting Rupert Murdoch to lunch because Turner was “tired of him.” But, Turner said he believes the right wing should have a voice. How nice!
Coloradoan John Malone said “Ted just does it.”
Turner said the difference between being a winner or loser is that winners keep on going like his Atlanta Braves. He turned them around from being the biggest losing team to the biggest winning one for 14 years. “I just couldn’t quit,” he said.
Turner’s words were inspiring in part. He went to military school and even made military type movies like “Gettsyburg” and “Andersonville.” He said he respects the military but doesn’t think we should be in any wars.
Turner likes to sail and has several types of flags on his boat. “I will not surrender,” he said adding that the one flag he doesn’t have is a white one! He used four letter words often in his presentation but the words seemed natural as they rolled off his still southern tongue!
Turner doesn’t like cattle and said he really doesn’t like American westerns because of it. “Old western movies have too many damn cows in them,” he said. “Hard to like them both.”
“The media mogul Ted Turner cannot be controlled or led!” the host said. And as to Ted’s Montana Grill she quipped, “Bison were starting to fade but now they are saute’d.”
Turner referred to himself as “old” at 71 years of age but actually looked a bit older when he entered the room hunched forward. He said he fell in love with the west and studied bison because they were nearly extinct. Thirty-one years ago he had three and now has 55,o00 bison. “Call it exponential growth,” he said. He bought 15 million acres to raise the largest mammals in the USA. ”The ranches are for sale,” he said.
”When discouraged, fight to the bitter end,” he told the audience. Turner is Chairman of the United Nations Foundation, Turner Enterprises and others.
“These days,” Ted Turner said, “I’m leaning toward… I have nothing more to say” which brought laughter from the quite elderly audience.