BRIGHTON, Colo. (CBS4) – A 23-year-old Colorado Springs man suspected of shooting four people and killing one of them in Westminster last week went before a judge on Monday morning.

Jeremy Webster in Adams County Court on Monday (credit: CBS)

Jeremy Webster appeared in Adams County Court in Brighton wearing a blue jumpsuit and shackles around his ankles. He tentatively faces first-degree murder charges but the district attorney’s office has yet to file formal charges in the case.

Jeremy Webster (credit: Westminster Police)

Webster allegedly confessed to police that he was struggling with mental health issues after he was arrested. Investigators said they suspect road rage led to the shooting.

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The judge ruled on Monday that no bond be granted for Webster.

Police arrest suspect Jeremy Webster on Thursday (credit: CBS)

A friend of victim Meghan Bigelow created a GoFundMe page for her and her sons. One of her sons was killed and she and another were critically hurt. The shooter also targeted and injured a non-related man in a different car.

  1. This ALL could have been avoided if the mother (and the 13 year old) had been packing heat.

    – Joint statement of Wayne LaPierre, Dana Loesch, & Oliver North of the NRA

    P.S. Buy more guns!

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