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A woman whose recreational vehicle was stolen and damaged won’t see restitution in her case because paperwork was filed late by the Fourth Judicial District Attorney’s Office — an error attributed to a clerk being out sick with COVID-19. Amanda Roberts, who lives in Colorado Springs, saw Tucker Dunn — the man she leased her recreational vehicle to in 2019 — plead ...

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