Arrest made after human stays present in suitcases left on aspect of highway
DPD discovered proof whereas on one other name that led to the arrest.
DENVER — An arrest was made Friday after human stays have been found in two suitcases left beside the highway in a Denver neighborhood, the Denver Police (DPD) mentioned in a information launch.
Benjamin David Satterthwaite, 28, was arrested Friday for investigation of first-degree homicide, in accordance with DPD.
DPD mentioned they responded to a medical-related name on Jan. 1 in block 2800 of South Federal Boulevard and situated proof fixed with the Dec. 29 crime, which led to Satterwaute’s arrest.
The Workplace of the Medical Examiner has not recognized the sufferer however police mentioned they consider they know who the sufferer is. Police mentioned they consider the sufferer and suspect knew one another.
Denver Parks and Recreation employees discovered the suitcases on the aspect of the road within the 1700 block of South Java Method within the Mar Lee neighborhood, DPD mentioned.