Denver, Colorado 2021-09-27 18:43:34 –
On Saturday, police arrested a 39-year-old man in a second murder investigation after a man was found dead in a home of an intellectually disabled person in southwestern Denver.
Around 2 pm on Saturday, police received a 911 call about the injured at 3200 blocks on South Utica Street, according to a Denver police probable cause statement.
Police learned from witnesses whose names were edited in a statement that the house belonged to Benjamin Garbusian. Benjamin Garbusian receives government funding to stay and care for individuals with intellectual development disabilities.
On Saturday, unnamed victims were upset, witnesses spoke to police and placed a bean bag chair at the top of the stairs leading to the basement.
According to police, Garbusian began talking to the victim before pushing the bean bag chair in the victim’s hand.
According to officials, the man flew backwards from the push, hitting his head against the sofa and then again against the floor in the living room.
The victim died of his injury late Saturday, and police arrested Garbusian in connection with his death.
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