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Restraining order case against mayor continued

GREELEY ” A hearing regarding a temporary restraining order against Greeley’s mayor is being continued until the end of the month so both sides in the case will have a chance to examine sealed records.

Weld County Judge Timothy Kerns on Monday approved a motion for continuation filed by John Briggs, the attorney for Mayor Ed Clark.

A temporary restraining order was issued last month after Clark was accused of throwing a 15-year-old boy to the ground when he refused to stop riding his motorbike.



The boy’s father, Tim Stitt, has said Clark held his son there until police arrived.

Monday’s hearing was to determine whether the restraining order should be made permanent.



The case was continued until July 28.

Police ticketed the boy for driving without a license.


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