Next court dates:
A status conference for competency review on September 30, 2021 at 3:00 PM
Preliminary Hearing October 19, 2021 at 1:00 pm.
A Case of Interest has been set-up, of which, all Register of Actions are listed: https://www.courts.state.co.us/Courts/County/Case_Details.cfm?Case_ID=3480.
The defendant in the King Soopers shooting is now set for a Preliminary Hearing on October 19, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. in Chief Judge Ingrid Bakke’s courtroom, Courtroom G, Division 13. If it is not delayed further, it will take place on that date.
Please be advised that the Court has also added a status conference for competency review on September 30, 2021 at 3:00 PM. The Preliminary Hearing date of October 19th remains set, but this additional court date will give us an opportunity to review and discuss the results of the competency evaluation. It will be open to the public, victims are invited to attend, and we will confirm that it will be shown over WebEx.
Other media requests or questions, please contact the District Attorney’s Public Information Officer, Shannon Carbone, firstname.lastname@example.org. Community members are welcome to send emails to email@example.com.
Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct
Support the Needs of Victims, Families, and Community Affected by the Boulder Supermarket Tragedy
- Colorado Fallen Hero Foundation (family of Officer Talley)
- Colorado Healing Fund (victims and families)
- Community Foundation of Boulder County (supporting needs of those directly affected and the needs of our community to heal)
20th Judicial District Virtual Courtroom Access
For the King Soopers Case virtual Courtroom, click here. For other virtual court information for the 20th Judicial District, please click this link. The most updated link will be on the 20th Judicial District homepage, then click on Virtual Courtroom Information, then the link on the top that says “For a PDF spreadsheet of all judicial officers’ access codes, please click here.”
Victim Support and Mental Health Resources
In the aftermath of the King Soopers shooting, Mental Health Partners is serving as a resource for the community. As Boulder County’s community mental health center, MHP is providing crisis, trauma response and other mental health services to those who have been impacted by this traumatic event. Though the initial incident is over, MHP remains a resource for our community as we navigate through the ongoing collective trauma and impact on mental health. This support includes:
- Crime Victim’s Compensation Program
- Mass Crime Critical Incident Application
- Boulder Strong Resource Center
- 6/24/2021 Announcement from Mental Health Partners – Disbursement will support the #Boulder Resource Center’s first year programming costs
- For immediate crisis support, community members can call the 24/7 Statewide Crisis Line at 1-844-493-TALK (or text TALK to 38255) or visit the 24/7 Walk-in Crisis Center & Addiction Walk-In Services at 3180 Airport Road, Boulder CO.
- Mental health services are accessible via our main line at (303) 443-8500.
- We have created a dedicated webpage with a list of resources and support regarding community trauma and mourning here: www.mhpcolorado.org/community-in-mourning.
- Our social media sites (Facebook: @MentalHealthPartnersCO | Twitter: @MentalHealthCO | Instagram: @mentalhealthpartnersco) are also posting support and resources for the aftermath of a traumatic, mass violence event.
- If a community partner would like to offer their clinical support to community members or staff, they can contact Kevin Braney, Director of Professional Development & Training at MHP (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- For donations or in-kind donation requests, please contact Cindy Cohagen, Director of Philanthropy and Community Relations at MHP (email@example.com).
- For media requests or additional resources, contact Kristina Shaw, Public Information Officer at MHP (firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-545-0840).
- Boulder County Mental Health resources and Victim Support funds available to community members
- Coping After Terrorism for Injured Survivors