Colorado deputies indicted, fired after fatal shooting of man, 22, who called 911 for help
Two officers involved in the fatal shooting of a Colorado man who called 911 for help when his SUV got stuck this summer have been indicted by a county grand jury and fired from their jobs, officials said.
Two officers involved in the fatal shooting of a Colorado man who called 911 for help after his SUV got stuck this summer have been indicted by a county grand jury and fired from their jobs, officials said.
A grand jury on Wednesday delivered an indictment against Clear Creek County Sheriff's deputies Andrew Buen and Kyle Gould, Fifth Judicial District Attorney Heidi McCollum’s office said in a news release.
Buen has been charged with second degree murder, official misconduct and reckless endangerment, while Gould is charged with criminally negligent homicide and reckless endangerment in the fatal shooting of Christian Glass, 22, of Boulder, it said.
Bond was set at $50,000 for Buen and at $2,500 for Gould. No attorney appeared to be listed for either. NBC News contacted a LinkedIn account appearing to belong to Gould for comment but did not immediately receive a response. Contact details could not be found for Buen.
Christian Glass, who was killed in June after calling 911 for help when his SUV got stuck.Courtesy Rathod Mohammedbhai LLCThe indictment comes nearly six months after Glass was fatally shot by a Clear Creek County sheriff’s deputy on June 11 in Silver Plume, according to his family’s attorneys and the sheriff’s office.