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Get your legal questions answered

For those seeking free legal advice, the Larimer County Bar Association will be hosting Call-a-Lawyer Night on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m.

Completely open to the public, Call-a-Lawyer Night allows individuals a chance to speak to members of the bar associations Young Lawyers Division and get their legal questions answered.

This event is offered in an effort to increase public awareness of the legal system and availability of legal assistance.

To participate, call (970) 482-5058.

Fairchild hired on at San Diego Chargers

After being fired from his post as head football coach in December, Steve Fairchild has accepted a job as an assistant coach for the NFL team the San Diego Chargers.

He will work as a senior offensive assistant, according to the Coloradoan.

Fairchild, who went to high school in San Diego, served as quarterback for the Rams before working in the NFL and eventually coming back to CSU in 2007.

In addition to coaching at CSU, he has also worked with the Buffalo Bills and St. Louis Rams.

Fairchild’s last three seasons at the university included consecutive 3-9 records.

Death of man in Cinemark restroom prompts outrage

The family of George DeGrazio, the 66-year-old Loveland man who was found dead in a Fort Collins Cinemark theater Saturday, told ABC news they were “furious” with the theater.

According to an ABC news report, DeGrazio had been missing for five days before theater management found his decomposing body in a locked family restroom. A coroner report concluded that he had died of a heart attack.

DeGrazio’s family reported him missing on Jan. 9 and police found his car in the theatre parking lot and questioned Cinemark employees two days before his body was found.

“If I had the police department saying somebody disappeared in this area and we’re trying to locate him, I would be searching every nook and cranny of my establishment,” said DeGrazio’s son, Dylan, in the report.

The theater has since suspended five employees and, in addition to working closely with Fort Collins Police Services, is also conducting its own investigation.

Police seeking information in sex assault case

In the early hours of Jan. 16, two Fort Collins women, ages 22 and 35, reported being sexually assaulted by three unknown males at the Fort Collins Hilton on Prospect Road.

Police are investigating the report and asking for anyone with information about the incident to come forward.

The women had attended a concert in Loveland before the 1:30 a.m. assault occurred. They contacted police around 9:15 a.m. on Jan. 16.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Detective Neal Hisam at (970) 224-6116 or Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at (970) 221-6868.

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