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Topic - Stan Garnett
The Boulder County District Attorney is using more grand juries to review cases before they go to trial.
A decision by the Boulder County District Attorney's Office to dismiss felony animal cruelty charges against a man accused of killing a raccoon with a baseball bat is riling animal rights activists, who say there must be some law that applies.
District Attorney Stan Garnett says his office could add an "at-risk" enhancement when charges are filed Monday against Luke Pelham and Austin Holford, both 18.
District Attorney Stan Garnett said investigators are looking for Ortiz but declined to discuss his involvement.