Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-05-05 20:19:00 –
Five of the seven apparent members of the Colorado-based “Love Has Wong” spiritual group arrested in Saguache County on April 28 after Amy Carlson’s death were in the first court on Wednesday. After the hearing, I’m still behind the bar.
An agent at the Sheriff’s Office in Saguache County found a mummified body of Carlson wrapped in a sleeping bag in a bed in a house in the town of Moffat in San Luis Valley last week.
Five stayed in Rio Grande County prison because they hadn’t imprisoned a $ 2,000 bond, and two (30-year-old Ryan Kramer and 47-year-old Karin Raymond) were released on Wednesday at a hearing on a personal basis. I did.
All appeared at a hearing from the prison.
Arrested — Ryan Kramer (30), Christopher Royer (35), Sara Rudolf (35), Karin Raymond (47), Jason Castillo (45), John Robertson (32) Obduria Franco Gonzalez, 52, faces suspicion of corpse abuse. According to the affidavit, two children were at home at the time of the arrest, resulting in class 6 felony and misdemeanor child abuse.
They have nothing to do with Carlson’s death, and the coroner’s office has not yet disclosed a suspected cause of death.
Saguache County Judge Anna Ulrich denied the media’s request to record the hearing.
All seven, including Christopher Royer (35), Sara Rudolph (35), Jason Castillo (45), John Robertson (32) and Obdria Franco Gonzalez (52), are all five. He will appear in court on May 12 for a hearing and formal accusation.
According to the affidavit, the suspect also faces misdemeanor child abuse because he had two children at home at the time of his arrest.
Prosecutor R. Alex Raines said Wednesday that he would demand felony tampering and more serious charges against some of the defendants instead of corpse abuse, which is classified as the state’s least serious felony.
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