Man shot, killed in Security-Widefield
By Matt Steiner
A man, who was shot was found dead Saturday afternoon in a Security-Widefield home.
According to El Paso County Sheriff's Office spokesman Lt. Jeff Kramer, deputies were notified of the death shortly before 2 p.m. Kramer said there were four other people in the house when deputies arrived. Detectives were interviewing the people shortly after 4 p.m. and Kramer said the investigation is still ongoing. He didn't expect any new information to be released until at least Sunday. . . .
. . . The home at 1100 Main St. has become a landmark for many with its prominent UFO that sits perched on the front roof. The neighbor who lives behind the house on Dahlia Drive said at least one resident is "an artist of sorts." The neighbor did not give his name, but said those living at the house where the man was found dead are "good, quiet neighbors" who began making improvements to the run down residence shortly after moving in.
"Once we got used to the flying saucer and the other art, we never had any problems," he said. . . .
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