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The Colorado Cold Case Database features unsolved homicides, missing person, and unidentified person cases to assist law enforcement agencies in the development of information, which can lead to the identification, and arrest of any person(s) who may have committed any crime described on this page. If you have information on any of the persons, or cases found on this page, you are encouraged to contact CBI or the investigating agency.
You have the ability in certain incidents to save time by using the Online Reporting process. Submit your Incident or Offense report online and print a copy free of charge.
(PCSO, Oct 31 17)
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(We do not recommend vehicle donations for charity. They are run through outside third parties and the charities have no control over the transaction.)
Park County commissioners approved the 2018 county budget Dec. 21 for a total of $32.8 million in revenue and $38.6 million in expenditures.
To balance the budget, $5.8 million will be taken from fund reserves, also called fund balances.
(Lynda James, The Flume, Dec 29 17)
COLD CASE INVESTIGATIONS
On November 1, 1982, Victoria Sanchez (DOB: 03/12/1967) and Yvonne Mestas (DOB: 09/24/1967) were spotted leaving Rocky Ford High School in the afternoon hours, and were never seen again.
(CBI, Oct 23 17)
The victim was murdered and his body was dumped in a river in the City of Pueblo. The victim's identity remains unknown.
(City of Pueblo Police Department, Aug 12 13)
Police still need help identifying a man whose skeletal remains were found in Park County on July 29, 2014. The body was found near Tarryall Reservoir off County Road 77.
(9News.com, Jul 7 15)
ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLD CASE - PARK COUNTY AND SUMMIT COUNTY, COLORADO
Three decades ago this week, two young women disappeared and were brutally murdered. The deaths rocked the small mountain communities along Highway 9 and Hoosier Pass in Colorado.
(Jan 5 12)
"Basically, what we're doing, is opening up the case to the public to get more information," McCormick said.
(Deb Stanley, 7NewsDenver, Jan 6 15)
An update of this cold case, including new information, will be presented in Summit County and Park County in January 2015. For details, times and locations, please see the following documents:
(Released by 11th Judicial District Homicide Task Force
Rocky Mountain Cold Case Prepares Presentation
for 33 Year Anniversary of Double Homicide
and Summit County Sheriff's Office)
The database contains information about the 1,714 persons who have been verified by CBI as homicide victims or those who are missing or whose unidentified remains have been found in Colorado since 1970 to the present.
(Aug 13 10)
On a bitter cold night in January of 1982, two young women disappeared in the vicinity of Hoosier Pass, between Summit County and Park County. They were found murdered in different locations, but the cases appear to be connected.
(August 28, 2005)
Cold Case Arrest Stirs Hope For Local Investigators (Feb 2, 2008)
Related: Interest in Cold Case Heats UP (May 9, 2006)
New Life In Old Case (June 3, 2006)
FLY YOUR FLAG ON 9-11!