Prosecutors: Colorado sees increase in homicides motivated by marijuana
DENVER -- Some prosecutors in Colorado say they're noticing a new trend: An increase in murders motivated by marijuana. In Aurora, the last 10 of 15 drug-related homicide cases were connected to marijuana. Arapahoe County District Attorney George Brauchler said it's not the big-time dealers who are involved. For the most part, it has been the small-time ones on the streets.