Some members of Colorado family may have been strangled, court documents reveal

Some members of Colorado family may have been strangled, court documents reveal

Some members of Colorado family may have been strangled, court documents reveal

Authorities are expected to file formal charges Monday against Watts, an oil and gas worker who authorities said dumped his wife and daughters' bodies on his employer's property.

In response to comments on the post, Shanann said that it was a "3 foot doll" that had been wrapped in "their twister tarp thing".

Defense attorneys did not indicate in the court filings what motivated them to make those requests.

According to a June 2015 bankruptcy filing, Christopher Watts got a job six months earlier as an operator for Anadarko.

Still, they were about $70,000 in debt, most of it from student loans and credit card purchases, according to the filings.

Shanann, Celeste and Bella Watts were reported missing on Monday.

Family and friends of Shanann Watts are left searching for answers, trying to reconcile Watts' cheery Facebook posts about her daughters, her pregnancy and her love for her husband with the pending charges.

Shanann, who did direct sales for a multi-level marketing company that sold health supplements, was extremely active on Facebook, posting clients' weight-loss success stories as well as her photos from her own seemingly happy home life on a daily basis.

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The mother, who was pregnant, and daughters vanished Monday from their suburban Denver home.

After several days of publicly protesting that he had not seen his wife or daughters after leaving for work on Monday, Watts broke down and confessed to the murders on Wednesday, police said.

Police said Christopher Watts, 32, dumped the bodies of four-year-old Bella and three-year-old Celeste in tanks at the plant where he worked. Shanann Watts was working in a call center at a children's hospital, earning about $18 an hour - more for evenings, weekends or extra shifts.

The defense attorney for Christopher Watts, the Colorado man accused of killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters, filed a motion Friday requesting that DNA samples be taken from the recovered bodies of Shanann Watts, and daughters Bella and Celeste Watts. "I just want them to come back".

Details about what led police to arrest Watts late Wednesday night on suspicion of three counts of murder and tampering with evidence likely were to be revealed next week. "We honor them on this sorrowful day".

Proposals to change the law have been stymied by debate about when a fetus can legally be considered a human being.

Shanann Watts painted a rosy portrait of her family on Facebook, calling her husband and the father of her two young daughters her "rock" and writing that he was "the best dad us girls could ask for".

Republican lawmakers last tried to change the law after a 2015 case in Boulder County.

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