Top Denver news: 10-day suspension for arrest of wrong suspect; napping deputy disciplined; more

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Uber driver, woman with concussion blast Denver snow removal

One woman is still having concussion-related symptoms days later.

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Officer suspended for arresting wrong suspect at Denver hospital

An officer with the Denver Police Department (DPD) was given a 10-day suspension for arresting the wrong burglary suspect at a Denver hospital over the summer.

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Denver police and city workers clear encampment at California St. and Park Ave.

One person living there said she and others in the camp had received written notice a week ago that they would have to move.

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Denver sheriff’s deputy disciplined for napping in supply closet while on duty at downtown jail

Deputy Onesimo Garcia admitted to using a supply closet in the housing pod where he worked to nap out of sight of surveillance cameras, according to a disciplinary letter obtained by The Denver Post.

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Metro State University of Denver investigating confrontation over Muslim men praying in computer lab

Metro State University of Denver announced Tuesday it’s investigating a “verbal altercation” between an unidentified woman and Muslim students who were praying in a campus computer lab.

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