A Wyoming man suspected of killing his grandmother was arrested in Westminster early Tuesday morning.
Trevor Sanford, 30, has been on the run for nearly a week.
It all started on March 29, when Albany County Undersheriff Josh DeBree says deputies went to the home of Marilyn Blugosh in Laramie after a family member called 911.
The 75-year-old was found dead. The coroner said she died of blunt force trauma – which could mean she was beaten to death.
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Investigators say Blugosh’s 2003 Ford Explorer was taken from the home. It’s unclear if that has been found.
Sanford, meanwhile, was believed to have fled to Colorado – prompting a search by multiple local law enforcement agencies.
Early Tuesday morning, Westminster Police say they tracked Sanford down to a place he was staying in the area of 120th Avenue and Delaware Street. He was arrested at around 1:45 a.m. Tuesday without incident and taken to the Adams County Detention Facility.
No additional information was immediately available.