A single mother who vanished from western Colorado more than seven years ago led a double life as a paid escort with many unsavory clients, investigators say.
The father of a murdered Grand Junction woman who went missing in 2007 said Friday’s arrest in his daughter’s death was a melancholy moment, but he’s optimistic for a conviction.
Seven years after she went missing and two years after her remains were found, a suspect has been arrested in the murder of Paige Birgfeld.
Investigators have detailed what they believe to the be the final days leading up to Paige Birgfeld’s death in 2007.
The investigation into the death of a Grand Junction woman will get a boost now that a cold case team is taking the lead.
DNA testing has provided more evidence that remains found earlier this month in Western Colorado are those of Paige Birgfeld.
Investigators are now plotting a way forward after finding remains believed to be those of Paige Birgfeld.
Investigators on Colorado’s Western Slope are continuing to search for evidence in the area where remains that are thought to be that of Paige Birgfeld were discovered.
A hiker has found human remains tentatively identified as belonging to Paige Birgfeld. The Grand Junction mother has been missing since 2007 and was considered by investigators to be a murder victim.
It’s a missing persons case that has baffled investigators for years. Paige Birgfeld disappeared in June 2007. The mother of three left her home in Grand Junction and was never seen again.