Travis Forbes, the man accused of killing an Aurora teenage who disappeared in March after leaving a Denver nightclub pleaded guilty to first-degree murder on Monday.
A Fort Collins woman who was attacked and had to jump from her burning apartment in July was surrounded by friends and family during her first weekend out of the hospital.
CBS4 News has learned there may be a plea deal in one of the cases involving Travis Forbes. He is accused in an assault and arson in Fort Collins and murdering Kenia Monge.
Friends and family said a final goodbye to a young woman who was murdered in the prime of her life. Kenia Monge was laid to rest on Friday morning.
Five months after the reported disappearance of Kenia Monge, family members are trying to stay strong now that they know what happened to her.
A coroner is checking to see if a body found near Keenesburg is definitely that of a 19 year old woman who disappeared April 1.
The discovery of Kenia Monge’s body is tragic.
Police from Denver have begun an investigation in Weld County after a body was discovered near some railroad tracks. The remains are believed to be that of Kenia Monge, a 19-year-old from Aurora who went missing in April.
Lawyers for Travis Forbes want to make sure the crime scene is preserved. Forbes is accused of sexually assaulting a woman, then trying to kill her by setting her Fort Collins apartment on fire.
The man accused of assaulting a woman, trying to kill her and setting her apartment on fire on July 5 remains behind bars in Fort Collins. Some members of Travis Forbes’ family believe police have the wrong man.