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This is making CSP DTRS channels pretty busy this morning, really searching the eastern plains.


Car From Federal Prosecutor Wife's Slaying Found In Colorado
Investigators Search For Two Suspects In Killing, Assault

POSTED: 11:43 am MDT July 17, 2006
UPDATED: 12:50 pm MDT July 17, 2006

BURLINGTON, Colo. -- A car believed taken after the killing of the wife of an assistant U.S. attorney in Missouri was discovered abandoned Monday in Colorado.

Pamela Marquez, 39, was found stabbed to death in her Grain Valley home at about 10 p.m. Saturday. Her husband, Joseph Marquez, suffered a cut to his face in the same attack, said Grain Valley Police Chief Aaron Ambrose.

Joseph Marquez is an assistant U.S. attorney in the Western District of Missouri and a former Jackson County assistant prosecutor.

Police said that they are looking for Pamela Marquez's 16-year-old son, Taylor. The teen and a friend are being called persons of interest in the case.

The family's car, a black 2001 Chevrolet Impala with Missouri license plates was the one discovered Monday morning in Colorado.

A Colorado state trooper found the car abandoned on Interstate 70 near Burlington, about five miles from the Kansas state line. There was no sign of the suspects in the Missouri case.
 

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WHEAT RIDGE - Two missing teens wanted for questioning in the homicide of the wife of an assistant U.S. Attorney have been found.


Stabbing victim's missing vehicle found in Burlington

A citizen recognized the two boys from pictures in a newspaper and reported seeing them leaving near a truck stop close to 44th and Ward Rd, according to Wheatridge Police.

Police received the call at around 10:45 a.m. and had the two boys in custody by 11 a.m.

Police say they were arrested without incident and taken to Mt. View Juvenile Detention Faciilty.

The boys had been missing since Saturday when Pamela Marquez was stabbed to death in her Grain Valley, Mo. home.

Marquez was the mother of one of the teens and wife of Joseph Marquez, an assistant U.S. Attorney in Missouri.

Police found an abandoned car Monday which they believe was stolen after Marquez was killed. The black 2001 Chevrolet Impala with Missouri license plates was found about five miles west of the Kansas line on Interstate 70, Colorado State Patrol spokesman Eric Wynn said.
 

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wow good work on the person that noticed them right on. and of all things teen's crazy..
 
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