Delegates sought to question two women about a double murder and obtained court orders to test their DNA, finding reasonable grounds to believe the duo might be guilty. Colorado’s Fremont County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Toni Marie Gurule41 and Suzzette Marie Salier40.
The murder case is about two men—Ryan Joe Roth25 and Rodolfo Santillan-Reyes36 years old — found dead in a ravine in Phantom Canyon on February 8, according to KKTV.
The authorities announced in a post on Facebook on Monday that they have a court order “41.1” against Gurule and Sayer. This is for “identification not authenticated.” From the Colorado Criminal Procedure Rules:
(c) Basis for Ordering. An order shall be issued only on an affidavit or affidavit sworn or confirmed before a judge, or according to the procedures set forth in the Crim. P. 41(c)(3), and establish the following premises for the command:
(1) There may be reason to believe that an offense has been committed;
(2) There are reasonable grounds, other than probable cause for arrest, to suspect that the person named or described in the affidavit has committed a crime; and
(3) The results of specific probate procedures will be of great help in determining whether the person named in the affidavit has committed a crime.
“Both subjects should be considered armed and dangerous,” the delegate wrote.
Standing at 5 feet-6, Gurule had blonde hair and hazel eyes, the delegates said. Sayer is 5 feet 7, with brown hair and hazel eyes.
The delegates noted three vehicles that women are known to drive:
– White Dodge Ram 2003 pickup truck with Colorado license plate BWK-635
– 2004 Ford Mustang in orange with Colorado license plate HGQ-757
– 2007 Ford F150 blue color Colorado sea number plate HAQ-491
Fremont County Sheriff’s Office (719) 276-5555, and select option 8 for dispatch access. You can also call Crimestoppers at (719) 275-STOP.
[Images via Fremont County Sheriff’s Office]
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