A coroner says blunt force injury to the head killed a socialite who was found in her home in Aspen.
The three people accused of killing an Aspen woman do not want some details of the case to be made public.
Authorities say they do not suspect anyone besides the three people in custody had a role in the slaying of Aspen resident Nancy Pfister and no more arrests are expected.
Pitkin County District Judge Gail Nichols is ordering the release of court files involving William Styler III and Nancy Styler to their defense attorneys.
Defense attorneys are battling with prosecutors and authorities over evidence after prosecutors formally filed first-degree murder charges Monday against the suspects in the death of Aspen resident Nancy Pfister.
Prosecutors filed charges Monday against a couple arrested in the killing of a prominent Aspen woman.
A third suspect has been arrested in connection with the killing of an Aspen socialite, authorities said Saturday.
While friends and family of a popular member of the Aspen community who was murdered plan a memorial service, details of the relationship between the victim and the suspects are emerging.
The couple being held for the murder of an Aspen socialite may ask the judge to release them on bond.
The couple charged with the murder of Aspen socialite Nancy Pfister suffered severe financial problems in recent years.