FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4)- CBS4 News has learned there may be a plea deal in one of the cases involving Travis Forbes. He is accused of attacking a woman in Fort Collins and setting her condominium on fire.

The Larimer County District Attorney will not confirm if a plea deal has been reached with Forbes, 31, but a disposition hearing is scheduled for Sept. 27. That is the kind of hearing where plea agreements are announced.

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Forbes is charged with 12 counts in Fort Collins, including attempted murder, assault and arson for a July 5 incident. Forbes is also charged with murdering Kenia Monge. The 19-year-old’s body was found Sept. 7 near Keenesburg after she went missing April 1.

Kenia Monge (credit: Denver Police Dept.)

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When he was charged in Monge’s, 19, murder, Forbes was already in custody for the attack and arson at a townhome in Fort Collins where a 30-year-old woman lived.

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Investigators said the victim in the alleged attack jumped from the second floor bedroom window to escape the fire.