Neighbor shot useless whereas attempting to resolve home incident in Aurora, suspect in custody – CBS Denver
AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – A man is in custody after Aurora police claim he shot his neighbor before leading officers on a chase that resulted in a crash on the E-470. Investigators say the neighbor was seriously injured in the shooting while trying to resolve a domestic incident involving the suspect and a woman.
Officers responded to the 8:18 p.m. shooting in the 23,600 block of East Grand Place. A replying officer spotted the suspect leaving the scene on a motorcycle and tried to stop him.
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The suspect led officers on a chase south on Gun Club Road to Smoky Hill Road and then onto E-470. Police say the suspect lost control of his motorcycle and crashed on the freeway near Quincy Road.
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The suspect was taken to hospital with minor injuries. His name was not published.
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