Reader interest in the charges filed against a woman accused of dragging a tow truck driver to his death has been nothing short of astounding.
Normally, a defendant’s first appearance in court produces little in the way of news, let alone interest.
Not so with this March 2 story on a judge advising Detra Farries of the possible charges against her in the death of Allen Rose, which attracted more readers than any other story I wrote last month.
In fact, my top three stories in March all dealt with this case.
My favorite story, however, was this March 26 story that attempted to answer my curiousity on how much would it cost to defend against a first-degree murder charge, especially one as complex as the indictment against Colorado Springs anti-tax activist Bruce Nozolino.