A Colorado teen has pleaded guilty to murder and kidnapping in the kidnap-slaying and dismemberment of a 10-year-old girl that panicked Denver-area residents last year.
Colorado runners were among those who witnessed the exploding bombs at the Boston Marathon on Monday, and many are now returning home with stories of how terrifying the event was.
A judge ordered the teenager charged in the kidnapping and murder of Jessica Ridgeway held without bond on Thursday. Prosecutors said Austin Sigg confessed to the killing and that there is also DNA evidence.
Police in Westminster have made an arrest in the Jessica Ridgeway murder investigation. Austin Reed Sigg has been arrested and booked for investigation of murder and kidnapping.
The police department confirmed Tuesday that they have collected hundreds of samples of DNA from people around the community in the effort to catch Jessica Ridgeway’s killer.
Hundreds are set to attend a public memorial service Tuesday for a 10-year-old Colorado girl as the search for her abductor continues.
Police in Arvada on Sunday set up a command post near where the body of Jessica Ridgeway was found. They also met with residents; many still shaken by the gruesome crime and the thought that the child’s killer is still at large.
Thousands of people attended two vigils Tuesday evening to show their support in the search for Jessica Ridgeway who has been missing since Friday morning.
The mother and father of missing 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway addressed the media Tuesday afternoon.
Two vigils will be held for the missing 10-year-old girl from Westminster Tuesday evening.