FBI, State Law Enforcement Don't Foresee Any More Colorado Arrests In Terror Investigation

11/24/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Bruce Finley The Denver Post

No additional arrests are expected in Colorado as part of the federal investigation targeting an Afghanistan-born Aurora airport-shuttle driver, a state counterterrorism official said Wednesday.

That doesn't mean that the FBI isn't still conducting surveillance, said Colorado State Patrol Capt. Steve Garcia, director of the Colorado Information Analysis Center, a state-federal intelligence fusion center in south metro Denver that coordinates counterterrorism activities in Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and New Mexico.

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