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Victim: Wilson
Victim: Wilson

File number: 10-32529

The Victim: Stephan Wilson, 32 years old.

The Crime:  On 10/01/10 at approximately 10:00 a.m. the officers from the Colorado Springs Police Department were dispatched to 6590 Del Monico Dr #101,to investigate a report of a dead body inside the apartment. Upon arrival, officers located the body of an adult male. The initial investigation revealed that the circumstances surrounding the death were suspicious. CSPD Homicide Unit was called to the scene to begin their investigation.

A preliminary investigation revealed that officers were dispatched to the same apartment the previous evening at approximately 9:30 p.m. to investigate a loud noise complaint. The officers observed the loud noise coming from the apartment, but the resident did not answer the door. The officers made contact with the apartment complex management, who indicated that they would like to take care of the problem with the resident themselves. The apartment complex management went to make contact with the resident the next morning, the noise still loud. When the resident wouldn’t answer the door, management entered the apartment and discovered the deceased party.

The victim was identified as 32 year old Colorado Springs resident Stephan Wilson. The El Paso County Coroner's office ruled the cause of death to be a gunshot wound to the head. 

Nothing further at this time.

 

The Colorado Springs Police Department Homicide Cold Case Unit is currently responsible for approximately 90 unsolved homicide cases dating back to 1949. CSPD considers a case to be cold if it remains unsolved for more than one year.

 

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