DENVER, CO – A 19-year-outdated Denver gentleman has been billed in relationship with the Capitol Hill stabbing dying of a preferred former East Large School soccer participant in July.
Auviauntea Evans, 19, who goes by “Tay” was billed with one particular depend of 1st-diploma murder on July 24, right after Denver law enforcement issued a warrant for his arrest. He was taken into custody on Sept. 10.
Evans is accused of fatally stabbing 17-year-outdated Reese Grant-Cobb, 17, on July 1, around Capitol Hill’s Bourbon Grill at 571 E. Colfax Ave.
Witnesses advised law enforcement a group of about 5 folks had jumped on Grant-Cobb and were punching and hitting him all over 11 p.m., according to an arrest affidavit. Unexpected emergency responders identified Grant-Cobb stabbed on the sidewalk all over 11:30 and took him to a clinic, where he later on died.
Police interviewed a number of witnesses who reported a group jumped on Grant-Cobb, and then dispersed to a nearby McDonald’s parking large amount when they observed he had been stabbed. Police arrested one particular juvenile the night time of the attack. They recognized Evans, putting on a white sleeveless t-shirt, as the person who stabbed Grant-Cobb. A knife was identified in the McDonald’s parking large amount, the arrest affidavit reported.
Graphic released by Denver Police in relationship with Capitol Hill stabbing
Following the stabbing, investigators released surveillance video clip images from the McDonald’s and a nearby 7-Eleven, hunting for strategies. Police did not release a motive for the battle, or say no matter if Grant-Cobb knew his attackers in the arrest affidavit.
Grant-Cobb had graduated from Denver School of Science and Technological know-how and was headed to the College of Northern Colorado in Greeley where he prepared to study Biomedical Engineering, according to a GoFundMe internet site posted by loved ones buddies. He performed each soccer and basketball for East Large School. A memorial was held for Grant-Cobb on the East Large School soccer subject.
Reese Grant-Cobb through GoFundMe
Grant-Cobb’s mom, Beverly Grant, who owns the MoBetta Eco-friendly Sector begged the community to share understanding about the achievable suspects with law enforcement in an job interview with CBS.
“Share information that you know about these folks whose images are posted. Please shell out that forward mainly because this is just an additional factor that should be performed,” Beverly Grant reported.
Police mentioned that Evans’s mom had remaining the point out just before the altercation, and assumed he had also remaining Denver. The arrest affidavit did not say where Evans was arrested.
Graphic through Denver County District Attorney’s Business office
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