News & Press Releases

Attorney General John Suthers To Keynote Internet Safety Presentation

Wednesday, October 3, 10:00 a.m.

PPA Event Center
2105 Decatur Street

Attorney General Suthers Announces $375,000 In Grants To Fight Meth

DENVER – Colorado Attorney General John W. Suthers today announced $375,000 in Daniels Fund grants to a pair of Colorado anti-methamphetamine programs. The grants were announced prior to a meeting of the Statewide Methamphetamine Task Force, which the Attorney General chairs. Two-hundred thousand dollars has been awarded to the Colorado Alliance for Drug Endangered Children and $175,000 has been awarded to a meth treatment pilot program in Delta County.

Attorney General Suthers Brings Colorado Concerns To Mexico

DENVER – Colorado Attorney General John W. Suthers left today as part of a four-day exchange mission to Mexico. During the trip, a bipartisan delegation of Attorneys General from six Western states will discuss issues of mutual importance with Mexican state and federal officials.

Attorney General Suthers Releases School And Campus Safety Report

DENVER – Colorado Attorney General John W. Suthers today issued a report on school and campus safety, compiled by a national task force of Attorneys General which he co-chairs. The report was compiled over a three-month period with the help of law enforcement and educational safety experts from across the country.

Attorney General Reclaims $130,000 In Charitable Fraud Cases

DENVER – Colorado Attorney General John W. Suthers today announced that his office has reached out-of-court settlement agreements in a trio of charitable fraud cases. Settlements were struck with Colorado Children’s Assistance Center and its founder and director, David Michael St. John; Front Range Charitable Services and its president, Colleen Gardenour Holmes; Veterans for the Homeless, Inc. and its officers, Jay Wyss and Rhett Cline; and Hernando Hennings, who worked for two of the charities as a paid solicitor.

Colorado Attorney General Gains Consumer Restitution In Settlement With Uzed.Com

DENVER – Colorado Attorney General John W. Suthers has reached an out-of-court settlement agreement with Broomfield-based Uzed Enterprises and company president Steven Bonneau.  The company operated the website, soliciting and accepting consumers’ used CDs, DVDs, video games, and consumer electronics, such as cell phones, in exchange for an advertised payment. Uzed then resold the goods to media retailers for a profit.

Colorado Attorney General Suthers To Assume Leadership Roles In National Organizations

DENVER – Colorado Attorney General John W. Suthers has been appointed to the Executive Committee of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) by incoming president Lawrence Wasden, the Attorney General of Idaho.

“It is important that Colorado has a seat at the table when national issues are addressed that impact our state,” commented Attorney General Suthers. “That’s why I welcome the opportunity to join the NAAG Executive Committee.”

Copper Thefts Net 14-Year Sentence

DENVER – Colorado Attorney General John W. Suthers today announced that Timothy Allan Nolan (DOB 8/15/69) has been sentenced to 14 years in state prison for his role in a series of copper thefts. The sentence was handed down by Adams County District Court Chief Judge Harlan R. Bockman after Nolan pled guilty to violating the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act.

Attorney General Suthers Releases Opinion On In-State Tuition For Citizen Children Of Illegal Immigrants

DENVER –  In response to a question posed by the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Colorado Attorney General John W. Suthers today released a formal opinion on whether children who are legal citizens of the United States can receive in-state tuition from state colleges and universities in Colorado, even if their parents are in the country illegally.


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