Series of angry, threatening calls to Denver homeless shelters highlight bigger issue
DENVER -- A downtown Denver homeless shelter has received a series of threatening phone calls just one week before residents vote on a controversial measure on homeless policies in the city and county of Denver. In a 24-hour period, there were multiple calls to Tom Leuhrs' line at the St. Francis Center, a homeless shelter. He says the calls were from angry residents and business owners complaining about the homeless leaving trash on their properties and rummaging through private property.