Denver police: Suspicious package wasn’t a bomb

DENVER — Denver police say a suspicious package found near Colorado’s main judicial building was not a bomb and a busy downtown street has been reopened.

The judicial building, which includes the state Supreme Court, was locked down and it wasn’t immediately known if it reopened. A State Patrol spokesman didn’t immediately return a call.

A court spokesman wouldn’t comment.

Meanwhile, in the northwest Denver suburb of Westminster, a bomb squad was called after someone reported a possible explosive device at an apartment complex. Police say four buildings at the Cobblestone Village apartments and one nearby business have been evacuated.

Police say they are questioning a man about the object and are not looking for anyone else.



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