Felon nicknamed 'Psycho' is hunted by cops in connection to 'serial killings' after skeletal remains of three people are found in Colorado hamlet
A convicted felon nicknamed 'Psycho' is being hunted by cops in connection to possible serial killings after the skeletal remains of three people were found in a tiny rural hamlet in Colorado's San Luis Valley.
Authorities in the state said Wednesday they are searching forAdre Jordan Baroz in connection with the grim discoveries earlier this month.
该州当局星期三说，他们正在寻找与本月早些时候可怕的发现有关的阿德雷·乔丹·巴洛兹(Adre Jordan Baroz)。
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation and local police agencies said Baroz goes by the nickname 'Pyscho', and that a homicide warrant has been issued for his arrest.
Searches conducted on November 10 and November 13 discovered the skeletal remains of the people on two properties near Las Sauces, a tiny community about 20 miles from the small city of Alamosa, said Conejos County Sheriff Garth Crowther.
None of the remains have been identified; police say do not yet know if they are male or female.The CBI has said they do not believe the case is connected to missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew, who disappeared in May.
Authorities declined comment on how Baroz, 26, may be connected to the discovery of the remains. They said he is commonly known as 'Psycho' in the area but did not elaborate.
Alamosa Police Chief Ken Anderson told reporters that authorities consider Baroz armed and dangerous and that any sightings should be reported to police.
Authorities from at least four sheriff's offices, police departments in Colorado's San Luis Valley agricultural region and state investigators have formed a task force to investigate the case.
'The San Luis valley is very small. Its a tight-knit community,' Anderson. 'Most of us have grown up here. Were just trying to keep the community safe right now.'
It was not known if any of the remains are linked to any missing persons cases in the region, which borders New Mexico, said George Dingfelder, the police chief of the small community of Monte Vista.
Dingfelder said: 'Just because human remains were found, we are not associating them with the missing persons cases at this time, and for anybody to do so would be irresponsible and complete speculation.'
He said authorities got a search warrant for a property near Las Sauces, found human remains there and then found more on a nearby property.
Identification of the remains could take weeks, if not months, and it isn't known whether the remains are male, female, what age they may be or how long they were at the properties, Dingfelder said.
Authorities are still searching the second property 'to ensure all remains and all evidence is found,' said Conejos County Sheriff Garth Crowder.
Baroz is from the tiny town of Sanford, near Las Sauces, Anderson said.
He has a criminal history in Colorado that includes assault on a peace officer, attempted escape and theft, according to state court records.
Baroz also has open criminal cases against him that include several drug charges, possession of a weapon by a felon and assault.
'Our priority is to get him into custody and identify the remains,' said John Camper, deputy director of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
科罗拉多州调查局(Colorado Bureau Of Investigation)副局长坎珀(John Camper)说，我们的首要任务是拘留他并辨认遗体。