October 21, 2010
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A hearing in the murder-for-hire case of part-time Steamboat Springs resident Brooks Kellogg has been pushed back to 1:30 p.m. April 28 in Denver, an official in the courtroom of U.S. District Court Judge Christine M. Arguello said Monday.
Steamboat Springs devloper's March 7 date vacated; March 15 hearing to address dismissal
The murder-for-hire trial of part-time Steamboat Springs resident Brooks Kellogg has been postponed from its March 7 start date. Now, a March 15 hearing will address his defense’s motion for dismissal of the charges.
Kellogg remains in custody on suspicion of hiring hitman
Part-time Steamboat Springs resident Brooks Kellogg remains in custody after a judge’s recent ruling denied, for the second time, his request for bail and release ahead of his murder-for-hire trial scheduled to begin March 7 at U.S. District Court in Denver.
Ruling tied to real estate deals; judge decides Friedman doesn’t owe additional $245K
A Tuesday court ruling ordered Richard Friedman, of Chadwick Real Estate Group and other entities, to pay more than $44,000 to Florida developer Stephen Bunyard’s First Land Development.
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A judicial assistant for U.S. District Court Judge Christine M. Arguello said Monday that the start date of Jan. 3 has been vacated for Kellogg’s trial, meaning the trial date was removed from court dockets. No new date has been set.
Defense requests review of bond ruling for man suspected of trying to pay for killing
The three-day trial for Brooks Kellogg likely will be pushed back from its original start date of Jan. 3. A judicial assistant for U.S. District Court Judge Christine M. Arguello said Monday that Kellogg’s defense has filed an unopposed motion to declare the case “complex,” which if granted would delay the trial date.
Legal expert says motions, evidence questions could delay start date
A three-day trial for Brooks Kellogg is scheduled to start Jan. 3, but a legal expert said Tuesday that pretrial motions and evidence questions could push that date back.
Brooks Kellogg pleaded not guilty Friday morning in U.S. District Court in Denver to charges stemming from an alleged murder-for-hire plot. Kellogg, 72, attended Friday morning’s arraignment, handcuffed and in custody of U.S. Marshals.
Oak Creek neighbor, bartender respond to woman's involvement
On a thin slice of dirt road is 424 Bell Ave., a small house with plastic across several windows and a deteriorating exterior. Part-time Steamboat Springs resident Brooks Kellogg, 72, owns that house. It’s the former home of a woman who has told the FBI she used to be Kellogg’s mistress. Kellogg was arrested Oct. 19 on suspicion of trying to pay for the killing of a Florida man.
26-year legal veteran assesses questions about evidence
An FBI agent testified Monday that there’s no auditory recording of an alleged murder-for-hire conversation that led to last month’s arrest of Brooks Kellogg, but a prominent Denver criminal defense lawyer said that “glitch” — and other evidence questions — shouldn’t prevent a trial.
Part-time Steamboat Springs resident Brooks Kellogg will remain in jail after a U.S. District Court judge denied his attorney’s request for bail Monday. The hearing Monday was Kellogg’s first appearance in court since his Oct. 19 arrest at Denver International Airport.
Steamboat Springs homeowner and real estate developer Brooks Kellogg is scheduled for a detention hearing and preliminary hearing at 1:30 p.m. today in U.S. District Court in Denver. Kellogg was arrested Oct. 19 at Denver International Airport on allegations that he tried to pay for the murder of a Florida man.
Hearing date postponed; Steamboat businessman held at federal facility in Englewood
Steamboat Springs homeowner and real estate developer Brooks Kellogg remains in custody, at a federal detention facility in Englewood, after his arrest last week on suspicion of trying to pay for murder. His rescheduled court date is 1:30 p.m. Nov. 1 at U.S. District Court in Denver.
Steamboat Springs homeowner and real estate developer Brooks Kellogg is scheduled for a detention and preliminary hearing at 10 a.m. today in Denver.
Man accused of trying to hire hit man to kill former business partner
Rotary club President Jane Denning said part-time Steamboat resident Brooks Kellogg was always willing to help with Rotary events. FBI agents arrested Kellogg this week on allegations that he was trying to hire a man to kill a former business partner who had twice sued him.
Developer accused of trying to have man in $2.5M lawsuit killed
Steamboat Springs real estate developer Brooks Kellogg was arrested Tuesday at DIA after giving $2,000 to an undercover FBI agent posing as a hit man, according to court documents. The money allegedly was a payment for expenses to kill a Florida man who settled for $2.5 million in a lawsuit against business entities owned by Kellogg and Richard Friedman, also of Steamboat. Friedman denied Thursday any knowledge of the circumstances that led to Kellogg's arrest.