DENVER - Law enforcement across the state was called to investigate bomb threats made to several courthouses on Monday.
According to our news affiliate KMGH, all of the courthouses in Denver were targeted.
Courthouses in Douglas County received two phone calls with bomb threats.
Just after 2 p.m., as a precaution, Denver police did sweeps of all of the local courthouses. Officers also reached out to Colorado State Patrol to help with sweeps across the state.
No evacuations have been issued.
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