FBI arrests suspect in armed and dangerous murder in Colorado in California

LOUISVILLE, Colo. (KDVR) – A suspect in Kill a 77-year-old man was arrested by the California Federal Bureau of Investigation, FOX31 sources have confirmed.

On Monday, the Louisville Police Department asked the public for help in locating Brian Murray, 40, who is wanted under two pending orders: not to appear, after being released on identification on Feb. November 17, and a new allegation of possession of a weapon by a previous offender. The LPD said he was armed and dangerous and was believed to be in the Denver area.

Sources confirmed Tuesday that Murray was a suspect in the murder of William Hoebel, 77, who was killed on November 18 at his home in Cheesman Park.

FBI agents took Murray into custody without incident on Tuesday.

Experts weigh in on how this happened

The victim’s wife told FOX31’s Deborah Takahara that William “Stu” Hoebel was a kind, loving and generous man. She wanted to thank the community for their support during this tragic time.

Boulder County District Attorney Michael Dougherty stated, “Brian Murray is an absolute danger to our community and a serious flight risk. Over the past week, the Louisville Police Department has been working extremely hard to respond to the public safety risks posed by this man – with support from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the District Attorney’s Office. District Manager. As we argued at the outset, this defendant should not be released into the community.”

Legal analyst Phil Harding said, “Someone needs to take a hard look at what’s going on. Who is the individual? Are they a flight risk? What crimes have they committed in the past? We had 8NS The amendment states that there will be no excessive bail. So we want to make sure that not only can the rich get out before the test and be free until then, but we need to scrutinize the people we’re giving the fruit to. PR coupons for whom. ”

Events leading up to Murray’s arrest, ending

Murray was arrested November 14 after making threatening calls to Boulder County Communications, the LPD said. He told dispatchers that he had been in prison for years, had a gun and wanted the police to shoot him. He also assured that he would die either by his own hands or by the police.

The LPD placed him at the Quality Inn and took him into custody without incident.

In the arrest report provided by the LPD, Murray told an officer he spent many years at the Iowa State Penitentiary and was transferred to the federal prison in Florence, Colo after he was paralysed. someone in a state prison.

According to reports, the officer in charge decided to take Murray to Longmont Hospital for him to receive psychiatric treatment. While on his way to the hospital, Murray became worried and asked the officer if he could put him in jail instead.

Murray was rushed to the hospital’s emergency room but did not stay there for long, the report said. The ER nurse told police that Murray had no drugs or alcohol in his system, and that social workers were not available to conduct psychiatric evaluations.

The report states, “The attending physician and nurses stated that although Brian had not been evaluated, they did not see him as a threat to themselves; that the hospital had no staff to physically control Brian based on his size and anger; and when Brian announced that he was leaving, they gave him his property and let him go. “

On November 15, the LPD officer filed a request for a court-ordered mental health assessment against Murray. The arrest report said the petition was approved on November 16 and authorization had been given to detain Murray to complete a mental health assessment.

Murray phoned the LPD to inquire about his subpoena status on November 16 and took himself to the area where he was being held, put on handcuffs and ankles, and taken to Avista Hospital, reports said.

While at the hospital, Murray told officers about a gun he was given by another guest at the Quality Inn but he threw it and told officers where to find it.

An affidavit for the arrest warrant said, “based on the offense and circumstances of Brian’s repeated calls to 911, providing false information, and due to threats to himself as well as the safety of officers and the community,” Murray was listed on the Boulder County Jail for allegedly attempting to influence a public official and obstructing government operations.

A search was conducted on November 17 in the area where Murray told police the gun was found and it was recovered. Immediately after the gun was found, police proceeded to arrest Murray on additional charges but he was released on a PR bond.

The affidavit said, “Brian is considered a substantial danger to the community based on the pending incident, his threatening and escalating behavior, access to and possession of a firearm. as well as his rich criminal history. In calls to send out, Brian said he was ready to go back to prison. “

His location was not known until he was arrested in California on Tuesday.


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Emma Bowman

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