Denver Police Apprehend Suspect In Fatal Motel Shooting!
In relation to a fatal shooting that occurred in a motel last month, Denver Police have detained a suspect.
In relation to the shooting of Jeramy Silleman, 34, on September 25 at the Regis Motel, situated at 8282 East Colfax Ave., at around 1:42 a.m., Tali Frazier, 29, was sought on suspicion of first-degree murder.
A few days later, on September 28, the city closed this same motel owing to criminal activity.
The city’s suspension order for the hotel states that on September 25, a homicide took place on the property when a hotel resident shot someone through their room door. Police did not disclose any details about the circumstances surrounding the incident, though.
#Denver, can you help investigators locate Tali Frazier? He is wanted for 1st Degree Murder. If you see him or know his whereabouts, please call 720-913-7867 — you can remain anonymous and earn a cash reward! pic.twitter.com/hwar9TrQiO
— Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) October 26, 2023
The Regis Motel was the subject of the first summary suspension of a lodging operation by the City and County of Denver due to police reports of persistent criminal activity.
Since late July, police have been looking into drug-related matters. On September 24, they made multiple arrests at the motel on suspicion of a number of offenses, including:
Two people were arrested for suspected narcotics and firearm possession. A man was arrested for possession of a weapon by a previous offender and possession of a controlled substance. A woman was arrested for possession of a dangerous weapon.
A woman was arrested on unrelated felony warrants. A woman who identified herself as the property manager was cited for operating without a lodging license.
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Just after 11 a.m. on Thursday, Frazier was named as a suspect by the police. They announced that he had been placed under arrest on Thursday night.