BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – The suspect accused of shooting and killing 10 people inside a King Soopers in Boulder faces new charges. The 20th Judicial District Attorney’s Office says the new charges include 13 attempted murder charges and 47 crime of violence sentence enhancers.
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In April, the district attorney’s office filed more charges related to attempted murder and having prohibited large magazines. The additions on May 24 now bring the total number of charges against Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa to 115.
Ten of those charges are murder in the first degree, one count for each victim: 20-year-old Denny Stong; 23-year-old Neven Stanisic; 25-year-old Rikki Olds; 49-year-old Tralona Bartkowiak; 51-year-old Teri Leiker; 51-year-old Eric Talley; 59-year-old Suzanne Fountain; 61-year-old Kevin Mahoney; 62-year-old Lynn Murray; and 65-year-old Jody Waters.READ MORE: 'We're Hoping For Snow': Unseasonable Warmth Means Some Colorado Businesses Are Still In Summer Mode
The suspect, who is expected in court on Tuesday, faces a total of 47 attempted murder charges which include counts for 15 civilians and 11 law enforcement personnel.
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Alissa is in police custody at an undisclosed location.