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Monday, January 24, 2022

Two Colorado Corrections Officers Justified Shooting of Armed Fugitive

The Denver district attorney said there are no criminal charges for the two unidentified Colorado corrections officers who shot and killed an armed man in Denver in October.

On October 20, 2021, 38-year-old Aaron Lang was shot by officers from the Colorado Department of Corrections Fugitive Appreciation Unit in the 1000 block of South Parker Road. Lang was taken to Denver Health Medical Center where he was pronounced dead. Officers were serving an arrest warrant for Lang, who was wanted over an alleged parole violation.

Following an investigation, Denver District Attorney Beth McCann issued a “decision paper” on the police shooting on Wednesday and “concluded that no criminal charges are warranted,” according to a news release.

On the day of the shooting, Lang attempted to evade officers and their arrest, the release said. When confronted by officers, Lang refuses to put down his weapon and instead picks it up.

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