BRIGHTON -- Five people were injured Monday after a shooting and a car crash near U.S. Highway 85 and 136th Avenue.
No names were released. Brighton Police Department spokesman John Bradley said one of the injured people was taken to an aea hospital for treatment of a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. Two cars flipped over as a result of the crash. It's not clear how the shooting ties in with the car crash.
"We are still investigating that aspect," Bradley said.
BRIGHTON -- Police arrested one person in connection with an Oct. 27 car crash/shooting and are looking for additional witnesses.
Police announced the arrest of a Brighton resident, 33-year-old Santana D. Nanez, on suspicion of attempted first-degree murder and first-degree assault. It's up to the Adams County District Attorney's Office to decide on the formal charges.
HUDSON -- The Colorado State Patrol is investigating a two-car crash that killed one person and injured five others Friday, Oct. 31.
It happened shortly before 10 a.m. Oct. 31 at Weld County roads 4 and 45. One victim was pronounced dead at the scene. A medical helicopter took one patient to Denver Health Medical Center, and ground ambulances took four patients to University Hospital in Aurora.
Firefighters and ambulances from the Brighton and Hudson fire departments were on scene.
BRIGHTON -- RJ Ramirez scored two touchdowns in the first half, and Ben Meraz threw touchdown passes to Tavish Whelan and Zach Peterson to lead Prairie View to a 47-12 win over Brighton in the annual Superintendents Cup game.
The cup stayed with the T-Hawks for a second straight season.
Brighton quarterback Brady Jacovetta threw a 12-yard scoring pass to Conner Pepin and a 29-yard strike to Josh Sandoval to account for the Bulldogs' points.
BRIGHTON -- Brighton's volleyball team rallied from two sets down Oct. 23 to beat Prairie View in five sets and create a three-way tie for the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference title. The set scores were 16-25, 15-25, 26-24, 25-18, 15-8.
Even so, the ThunderHawks came out of a three-way tie for the league title with the EMAC crown.