Weld County Sheriff(DENVER) — The Colorado man accused of killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters has been charged with three counts of murder, prosecutors said.When Shanann Watts, 34, and her children, Celeste, 3, and Bella, 4, were reported missing last Monday by a family friend, Watts’ husband, Chris Watts, spoke to reporters, claiming his wife disappeared without a trace.Watts, 33, was then taken into custody Wednesday.The bodies of Watts’ wife and children were recovered Thursday.In addition to the murder charges, Watts is also facing counts of unlawful termination of pregnancy and tampering with a deceased human body, court documents showed.Watts will be in court for a hearing on his case Tuesday, records showed.He has not yet entered a plea and it is unknown if he has retained an attorney.Shanann Watts’ body was found in a shallow grave near an oil tank, according to court documents filed in Weld County and obtained by ABC News. The property she was found on is where Chris Watts worked, according to ABC affiliate KMGH-TV in Denver.The daughters’ bodies were found inside mostly full oil and gas tanks, according to a court document filed Thursday by Weld County prosecutors.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
LocalNews Dominica to host workshop to establish national CIRT by: – July 25, 2014 Share Sharing is caring! (Photo: dailymail.co.uk)The Ministry of Information, Telecommunications and Constituency Empowerment in collaboration with the Ministry of National Security, Immigration and Labour and the Establishment, Personnel and Training Department will next week host a Training Workshop on “Forensics, Strategy Development and Establishment of a National Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT).This training workshop will be jointly facilitated by experts from the Organisation of American States (OAS) through its Cybercrime Unit, the Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CICTE) and the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organization (CTO). The objectives of this Workshop will primarily be focused on understanding Cybercrime Forensics, Strategy Development and the process involved in the Establishment and Management of a Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT). The Workshop will begin with an Opening Ceremony at 9:00am on Monday July 28th 2014 at the Fort Young Hotel in Roseau, Dominica with short presentations from the acting Minister of National Security, Immigration and Labour and of the Public Service, Senator Alvin Bernard and the Minister of Information, Telecommunications and Constituency Empowerment, Ambrose George and representatives of international partner organizations.The Workshop will run on two parallel tracks; Track 1 will focus on National Cyber Security Strategy Development while Track 2 will examine Cyber Forensics and CIRT Establishment.The Workshop targets specific stakeholders to include Law Enforcement personnel from the Police, Financial Intelligence Unit, Financial Services Unit, Office of the Director of Public Prosecution, Judiciary and members of the National Cybercrime Working Group whose mandate is to develop and establish the Country’s National Cybersecurity Strategy and Policy leading to the establishment of the Dominica CIRT. In addition to the international team of experts, there will be other regional and International personnel who will be providing support to the Workshop whether as Observers or participants with cybersecurity expertise. These organizations include, but are not limited to, the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), CARCIOM’s Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS) and the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority (ECTEL).The Workshop runs from Monday July 28th 2014 to Wednesday July 30th 2014 at the Palisades Conference Room at the Fort Young Hotel beginning at 9:00 am daily. Share Tweet Share 55 Views no discussions