Nearly two months after word of an arrest in her husband’s death, a Colorado woman says she’s received very little information about the case since.
Authorities in Mexico say they have the answer to the disappearance of David Hartley in a U.S./Mexico border border lake two years ago.
The skeletal remains found in a lake on the U.S./Mexico border are not those of David Hartley.
Fifteen months after Colorado native David Hartley was reportedly shot and killed while jet skiing between the U.S. and Mexico border– human remains are found.
The Coloradan whose husband was reportedly killed on a border lake in Texas and has been missing for more than a year, said his remains may have been found.
Friends and family gathered to remember David Hartley on Friday in Larimer County. One year ago he was murdered along the Mexican border.
The Coloradan whose husband was reportedly killed on a border lake in Texas returned to the scene over the weekend, almost a year after his death.
Several top Colorado lawmakers are asking the federal government to do more in the search for David Hartley’s body.
Colorado elected officials are asking the federal government to help a Colorado woman find closure nearly eight months after her husband was presumably gunned down on a lake along the Texas-Mexico border.
There are new witness statements in the murder case of David Hartley. His wife, Tiffany, said her husband was shot to death on the Mexican side of Falcon Lake by suspected members of a drug cartel.
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