Colo. authorities meet to discuss cold cases
BOULDER — Colorado authorities are holding regular meetings to try to bring closure to the state’s many cold-case murders.
Officials declined to identify which cases were being reviewed by the team during Thursday’s Boulder visit.
The team was assembled in 2009 after state lawmakers rejected funding for a specialized cold-case team at the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
According to the Boulder Daily Camera, authorities decided to meet on their own.
So far, the cold case review board has reviewed 21 cases, and two of them have yielded convictions, both in Boulder County. Last year, Boulder County juries convicted Michael Clark of the murder of Marty Grisham in 1994 and George Ruibal of the murder of Dana Pechin in 2007.