One suspect in custody after homicide in northeast Arvada

One man in early 20s found dead at 70th Place townhome

Staff Report
Posted 11/30/21

One man is in custody after a homicide on Nov. 29 left a victim dead at the scene of an apparent shooting at 1:20 p.m. at a townhome on 11500 70th Place, according to Arvada Police Department Public Information Officer Dave Snelling.

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One suspect in custody after homicide in northeast Arvada

One man in early 20s found dead at 70th Place townhome

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One man is in custody after a homicide on Nov. 29 left a victim dead at the scene of an apparent shooting at 1:20 p.m. at a townhome on 11500 70th Place, according to Arvada Police Department Public Information Officer Dave Snelling.

The victim — a male in his early 20’s — was pronounced dead at the scene. Snellling said the victim lived in the townhome.

The suspect is in his late 30’s to early 40’s, awaited the responding police officers at the scene and was arrested without incident.

“They (suspect and victim) were known to each other,” said Snelling. “We haven’t figured out the dynamics of the relationship yet.”

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