Judge Denies Hate Crime Motion in Case against Former Cop

Barry Wesley requested that the new charge be added to the slate of accusations against Scott Gudmundsen, 66, a former police of
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A judge on Thursday denied a motion that would have forced prosecutors to add a bias-motivated crime charge to the case against a Loveland man accused of holding two roofing salesmen at gunpoint – one of whom is a Black football player at Colorado State University.

Barry Wesley requested that the new charge be added to the slate of accusations against Scott Gudmundsen, 66, a former police officer who was arrested in June and accused of accosting Wesley and a co-worker, accusing them of being Antifa, and holding them at gunpoint.

At the time, Wesley and his colleague were working for a roofing company, going door-to-door to solicit business.

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