A Denver police officer who fired at an armed man and into a crowd in downtown Denver — wounding six bystanders — pleaded not guilty Friday.
A judge scheduled a trial for Brandon Ramos to begin Feb. 20. A grand jury earlier this year indicted Ramos on 14 charges, including several counts of reckless and knowing assault and reckless endangerment and prohibited use of a weapon.
Ramos, 29, appeared in Denver District court Friday for the 12-minute hearing.
The shooting happened July 17, 2022, at about 1:30 a.m. as people poured out of nightclubs and onto the sidewalk outside Larimer Beer Hall near the intersection of Larimer and 20th streets. As Ramos and two other Denver police officers fired seven rounds at 21-year-old Jordan Waddy on the sidewalk,…
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