Testimony begins in trial of man accused in wife’s cliff fall at Rocky Mountain National Park
DENVER -- The trial began Tuesday in the case of a Highlands Ranch man who is accused of pushing his wife off a cliff in Rocky Mountain National Park. Harold Henthorn, 58, is also being investigated for the death of his first wife, who died 20 years ago. At first, the current case looked like an accident. Henthorn told investigators that his wife, Toni Henthorn, had slipped and fell 140 feet to her death in September 2012 as they were hiking on Deer Mountain Trail to celebrate their 12th wedding anniversary.