Authorities in Colorado examining a possible killing at a house in a Denver area made a grisly discovery on Friday when they located the body of an adult male framed in concrete in the basement, according to officials.
The Adams County Constable’s Office said in a press release that investigators had actually acquired a search warrant for an apartment on York Street in unincorporated Adams County after getting info from the Arvada Cops Department concerning a possible shooting that took place at the location on Nov. 8.
A SWAT team served the search warrant at the apartment on Thursday afternoon and jailed 38- year-old Russell Montoya Jr. inside.
” A search of the house and several interviews have actually verified that a shooting and murder occurred inside the apartment,” the constable’s office stated
As members of the Adams County Constable’s Office Criminal activity Scene and Lab Team were processing the criminal offense scene inside the house, investigators located the body of an adult male victim “framed” in concrete in the basement of the apartment or condo, authorities said on Friday
The body of a man was discovered “encased” in concrete in the basement of a Colorado apartment or condo on Friday.
” ACSO workers will work in combination with members of the Coroner’s Office to eliminate the decedent from home,” the constable’s office said People in Hazmat fits might be seen getting rid of a “very big” body bag from the apartment on Friday, according to KDVR.
Neighbors stated there was a lot of activity at the home, however they never thought anything as grisly as what authorities explained.
The grisly discovery drew a large emergency situation action to unincorporated Adams County.
” You actually do n`t understand what’ s going on at your next-door neighbor’s home,” Anneshia Lucero told FOX31 “It’ s a wicked world these days and it’s actually sad.”
The victim, who has actually not been determined by cops, is an adult male from the Denver city location.
Russell Montoya Jr., 38, was charged with first-degree murder and damaging physical proof, according to the constable’s workplace.
( Adams County Constable’s Office)
Montoya has been charged with first-degree murder and tampering with physical evidence and is presently being held at the Adams County Detention Facility.
The constable’s workplace says the investigation is continuing and the 38- year-old could face added fees.
” We are getting lots of calls from media on the murder. We are being very careful on how we are launching details,” the sheriff’s office tweeted “This case is special and we have a remarkable obligation to maintain case stability. Please be client with us. Thank you for understanding.”