Arvada man pleads guilty to vehicular homicide

Staff report
Posted 7/30/18

Troy Steven Glassford, 39, pleaded guilty in the vehicular homicide death of 43-year-old Nathan Osburn. On January 10, Arvada police were called to the area of Pomona Drive and Quay Drive on the …

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Arvada man pleads guilty to vehicular homicide

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Troy Steven Glassford, 39, pleaded guilty in the vehicular homicide death of 43-year-old Nathan Osburn.

On January 10, Arvada police were called to the area of Pomona Drive and Quay Drive on the report of a pedestrian having been hit by a car. When police arrived they found that the vehicle driven by Glassford had been driving eastbound on Pomona drive when it left the roadway, crashed through a fence and then a shed, running over Osburn in the process. Glassford was high on meth.

Osburn died from his injuries.

Glassford pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide — DUI and one habitual criminal count on July 23. Sentencing has been scheduled for 1:15 p.m., Sept. 10 in Division 12. He faces a minimum sentence of 36 years in prison.

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