Three bodies found in rural Colorado; armed, risky fugitive at large

Authorities Looking for ‘Psycho’ After 3 Sets of Human Remains Were Discovered in Colorado

Authorities Looking for ‘Psycho’ After 3 Sets of Human Remains Were Discovered in Colorado

In this photo released by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, law enforcement vehicles are parked at one of two properties where skeletal remains were found about 20 miles south-southeast of Alamosa, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020.

A forensic anthropologist confirmed that the remains included at least three people, but the identities, genders, and ages are all under investigation, he said.

The remains were recovered and are being analyzed and identified, CBI said.

LOS SAUCES- Authorities are asking for the public's assistance in locating Adre Jordan "Psycho" Baroz, 26, who is a suspect in the discovery of three sets of human remains near here in Conejos County over the past nine days.

A task force was formed between state investigators along with the Monte Vista and Alamosa Police Departments and Conejos and Saguache County Sheriff's Offices to further investigate the crimes.

The first set of remains were found after a search warrant was executed on one property in the town of Los Sauces in the San Luis Valley on November 10, Conejos County Sheriff Garth Crowther told reporters during a virtual media conference Wednesday. The one thing authorities were emphatic about was there they are not linking these remains to ongoing missing person cases, including the disappearance of Suzanne Morphew.

Adre “Psycho” Baroz
Adre “Psycho” Baroz Authorities will transport Baroz to the Mc Kinley County detention center in Gallup

"We just simply do not know", Dingfelder said, adding that the condition of the remains made it hard to determine those characteristics.

Authorities say that Baroz is likely armed and is a danger to the community, and four different sheriff's offices and police departments as well as the Colorado Bureau of Investigation are working together in the search.

Chief Anderson concluded that the San Luis Valley is "a tight knit community. It's a tight-knit community", Anderson said. "Most of us have grown up here".

Dingfelder said: 'Just because human remains were found, we are not associating them with the missing persons cases at this time, and for anybody to do so would be irresponsible and complete speculation'.

He said authorities got a search warrant for a property near Las Sauces, found human remains there and then found more on a nearby property. Chief Dingfelder said although the properties are still being searched, there is no indication that additional remains will be found.

He has a criminal history in Colorado that includes assault on a peace officer, attempted escape and theft, according to state court records.

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