Retired Colo. cop accused of impersonation
By Marilyn Robison
Rocky Mountain News
DENVER — A retired Denver police detective has been charged with impersonating a police officer after he allegedly identified himself as a Denver detective to serve a subpoena to an Aurora police officer.
Frank Rino, who retired this year after more than three decades with the Denver Police Department, was serving the subpoena for a defense attorney in an attempted murder case, according to court documents.
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