Denver, Colorado 2021-01-16 13:27:31 –
Aurora, Colorado-Within two weeks from Christmas day, police arrested a man in connection with two separate explosions that damaged three homes in the city.
Around 11:00 pm on Friday night, the Aurora Police SWAT team arrested Scott Alan Campbell, 44, at his home on South Uraban Street 3563.
Campbell has been accused of causing the explosions that occurred on December 25, 2020 and January 7, this year. They occurred within a mile of each other.
The first incident occurred around 5:30 am. According to police, due to the explosion, E. Two homes in the 18000 block of E. Mansfield Avenue in the area of Mansfield Avenue and E. Loroya Drive were damaged. No one was injured.
The January incident occurred at about 4:45 am, near the 4600 block of the South Pagosa Circle, near the intersection of South Pagosaway and South Pitkin Street. The caller reported to 911 that he heard a gunshot fired near his home. Police said the explosive device had damaged one house in the area.
Campbell has been charged with one attempted murder, one arson, and possession of weapons by a previous criminal. He was transferred to Aurora City Detention Center and is currently detained in $ 1 million in public debt.
Due to the sealed affidavit, no possible motives or other details related to the case were disclosed.
The US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms supported the investigation.
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