Police said the shooting of a “juvenile male” happened inside an apartment hallway in a complex in the 5700 block of Genoa Way, near Peña Boulevard and East 56th Avenue, in far northeast Aurora.
Police said they responded at about 8 a.m. to the scene near East 14th Avenue and Clinton Street. Two people were shot and one man died, according to police.
Juan Manuel Campos-Rocha had last been seen around 3 p.m. Sunday at his home near the 1600 Block of Galena Street, police said.
The suspect, a Hispanic male with slick, black hair, fled on foot, and several officers are in the area searching for him, police said
Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz said the officer who shot Torres, a 13-year-veteran who has never been involved in a shooting before, was one of several from specialized fugitive teams trying to arrest Michael Adrian Torres, 24, but was the only one who fired. Other officers fired less-lethal foam bullets at the car, Metz said
The shooting happened around 3 p.m. Saturday near East Colfax Avenue and Sable Boulevard. “The officers rendered aid to the suspect, who was transported to a local hospital with serious injuries,” police said in a statement.
According to an Aurora police report, Paul Thorne was on duty and wearing one of the code enforcement division’s new body cameras Dec. 28 when he called two different prostitutes
Hashim Tarik Coates, 41, was charged March 8 with one felony count of illegally discharging a firearm and misdemeanor counts of patronizing a prostitute, soliciting a prostitute and criminal mischief. Court records say the incident happened in December
The crackdown, which runs from Friday, March 10 to Monday, March 20, covers the weekends before and after the holiday and will include increased police patrols, according to CDOT