Englewood Police are warning about an attempted kidnapping on Friday involving two men and a teenage girl.
Neighbors describe where white supremacist Jeremiah Barnum was living before he was shot and killed by Englewood Police.
Police were warned months about about a white supremacist who had pleaded guilty to a role in a racist killing.
CBS4 has learned the man shot and killed Thursday night by Englewood Police was Jeremiah Barnum, a white supremacist leader who was convicted in 1999 of murdering a West African immigrant in Denver in a shocking hate crime.
Eighteen years after the murder of a 5-year-old Englewood girl, police say DNA has led them to a suspect in the kidnapping and killing.