Police Identify Three Individuals Found Dead at Two Separate Locations in Douglas County.
Douglas County authorities have identified the two adults found dead at two different locations as Angel Meyers, 43, and Brandon Timms, 38. However, the juvenile who was found dead at the exact location as Timms remains unidentified. The tragic incident unfolded on January 11, when the lifeless bodies of Timms and a juvenile male were discovered near the Rueter-Hess Incline in Douglas County just before 9 a.m. Later that morning, officers conducting a welfare check found the lifeless body of Meyers, an adult female, inside a home on Blackwolf Drive in Parker.
In addition to the devastating loss of life, there was also a reported gas leak at the residence. Investigators are currently working to establish connections between the deaths but have not disclosed the relationship between those involved. As of January 16, the cause and manner of death have not been released to the public.
The Rueter-Hess Incline, where Timms and the juvenile male were discovered, is located approximately 5 miles from downtown Parker, near the Rueter-Hess Reservoir. This serene and picturesque location has become the backdrop for a tragic turn of events.
Angel Meyers, 43, was a beloved community member known for her kind-hearted nature and dedication to helping others. Brandon Timms, 38, leaves a legacy of hard work and commitment. Their untimely deaths have left family, friends, and the entire community in shock and mourning.
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