Why Make My Day Law Didn’t Kill Pot Grower Keith Hammock Murder Charge

November 2, 2016 Michael Roberts

Update: Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has now formally filed charges against Keith Hammock, the man accused of shooting two teens on October 9. The teens were allegedly trying to steal marijuana plants from Hammock’s back yard on High Street. One of the teens died, while the other was severely wounded. Hammock is facing two [...]

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