DENVER — The Denver District Attorney's Office said they are not filing any charges against a woman arrested by Denver Police in connection with a May 20 that left a man dead.
According to the Denver Police Department (DPD), officers responded to a location on Colorado Boulevard near East Colfax Avenue early that day on a report of a shooting.
DPD said officers found 69-year-old Lee Walker suffering from gunshot wounds in a car. He later died at a hospital. The Denver Office of the Medical Examiner ruled his death a homicide.
After the shooting, police released photos of two cars thought to be connected to it, including the one where Walker was found after he was shot.
On June 17, police arrested a 34-year-old woman they said they believed was connected to that shooting. She was being held for investigation of second degree murder, but on July 6 the Denver DA said her office declined to file charges against that woman.
Any details about why charges were not perused have not been released.
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