A man accused of murdering two men in their Denver home and then stealing their identities has pleaded guilty to the crimes.
A man accused of murdering two men in their Denver home appeared in court on Monday.
The double murder suspect called “Ms. Puppy” appeared in court in Denver on Friday morning. Daryl Rasmussen is accused of murdering two men at their Denver home in 2011.
A grand jury has returned a multiple count indictment against a man accused of murdering two men in 2011.
People who live near a home where two bodies were found earlier this year are relieved the man, described as a person of interest in the killings, has been arrested.
A 55-year-old man who has been described as a person of interest in a double homicide case in Denver was taken into custody on Monday night in California.
Denver police on Monday released new details in the double murder case involving a person known up until this point as only “Ms. Puppy.”