LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. — An arrest warrant has been issued for Susan Holmes, the petitioner who tried unsuccessfully to use Colorado's new red flag law to have guns removed from the officer who killed her teenage son.
Holmes is wanted in Larimer County for alleged felony perjury and attempt to influence a public servant, according to court records dated Jan. 23.
The date of her offense is dated Jan. 9, the day she filed her extreme risk protection order petition against Cpl. Phillip Morris, an officer with Colorado State University.
The law allows immediate family members, household members or law enforcement officers to file a petition requesting for someone’s guns to be seized on that basis that they’re a danger to themselves or others. If a judge agrees, that person's guns may be taken away for a year.