Cops Who Shot Bull Elk in Boulder, Colorado Have Been Suspended
The two cops who shot the bull elk in Boulder yesterday have since been suspended and are now under a criminal investigation. Find out what else officials have to say.
Since the shooting the two officers are now a focus of an internal affairs probe as well as a criminal investigation be lead by the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife, states ABC News.
The two police officers could be punished under Samson’s Law, named after a massive bull elk that was killed in Estes Park, Colo. in 1995 — their fines could be as high as $10,000 for illegally hunting trophy animals.