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Denver Police: 3 officers, 1 civilian intentionally hit by car Saturday

DENVER -- The Denver Police Department says three of their officers and one civilian were seriously injured after someone intentionally drove into them Saturday night.

DPD sent out a crime alert late Saturday, saying the suspect vehicle drove into a group of officers in the 1500 block of Logan Street. The car appears to be a Chevy.

The officers suffered serious bodily injury, but all are expected to to make a full recovery, DPD told our partners at 9News. DPD says the condition of the civilian is unknown.

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,000 for an information that could help solve the crime. You can call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867 to remain anonymous.

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  1. Ok…ummmmm…. If they slammed into officers…. What is the description of the driver…. And what is the license plate??? If it was a group of officers… I would assume At least one alser got a description of the driver and license plate

    1. Have you ever been hit by a car or almost? In a split instant you may only get make of car. You would be lucky to get a plate.

      You give me some insight on what you would do hero.

  2. It was probably a cowardly Antifa member that had to get home because his Mom set the curfew at 9:00.

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