Suspects in murder-suicide case slated to arrive back Grand County next week
Jerod Morris Reeves, 29, and Kimberly Mae McCaffery, 35, suspects in the alleged theft of the murder-suicide crime scene in Kremmling, have signed a waiver of extradition in Washington State and are being held in the Spokane County jail. The date of their extradition to Colorado cannot be confirmed, however Grand County Sheriff Rod Johnson stated they will be shuttled from Spokane to Hot Sulphur and he expects them to arrive by the end of next week.
Once they arrive, the district attorney will formally charge them, Johnson said. Johnson stated in a phone interview on Thursday morning that the arrest warrants are sealed so that no information about the crime scene will hurt their case. The district attorney will not dismiss Colorado charges until a grand jury in Denver federal District Court has returned its findings, Johnson said, and all Grand County officials are comfortable that the suspects will be fully prosecuted for their alleged crimes. The case will be reviewed by a grand jury to determine what federal charges might be appropriate.
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