State investigators are looking into threats against the district attorney prosecuting Kobe Bryant.
"We're taking the threats seriously," said Colorado Bureau of Investigation spokesman Pete Mang.
This action comes one day after the FBI began its own investigation into telephoned death threats against Eagle County District Attorney Mark Hurlbert.
Krista Flannigan, Hurlbert's spokeswoman, declined to comment on whether any threats had been made against the 19-year-old woman who alleges Bryant sexually assaulted her.
Nor would she say what precautions if any Hurlbert has taken. Visitors entering the office now must show identification and the door is locked, The Denver Post reported.
Flannigan told the Los Angeles Times on Friday that Hurlbert has been receiving threats since July 18, when the prosecutor charged Bryant with felony sexual assault.
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