Pot smokers aren't violent. Colorado police believe missing woman's
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TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) -- Boulder police believe the remains of a
missing woman were likely disposed of in various states between
Louisiana and Oklahoma.
Ashley Mead, 25, was reported missing Tuesday in Boulder after
not showing up for work. Her daughter, Winter, was also missing.
On Wednesday, police in Oklahoma found Winter with her father,
Adam Densmore. Densmore was initially arrested for a custody
violation but was later served with a first-degree murder
warrant. The arrest affidavit has been sealed by the court.
That same day, Okmulgee police launched an investigation into
human remains that were found in a dumpster at a gas station on
US 75 on the south side of town.
Okmulgee Police Chief Joe Prentice says members of the District
25 Violent Crimes Task Force and Boulder Police Department
attended the autopsy. Prentice says the remains were the torso
of an adult female but several body parts are missing.
The medical examiner has yet to make an official identification,
but investigators believe the remains are Mead's based on
observations made during the autopsy.
Boulder police believe Densmore killed Mead there before
traveling to Louisiana where he at least partially dismembered
Densmore's exact route after leaving Boulder is still under
investigation. Detectives believe he left the area Sunday night
and traveled south to Raton, N.M., then traveled south and east
through the Texas panhandle before arriving in Haughton, La.
Monday night. On Tuesday morning, Densmore is believed to have
driven to Conway, Ark. where he spent the night. On Wednesday
morning, he left Conway and stopped in Okmulgee before being
found and arrested just west of Tulsa around 1:30 p.m.
Investigators believe the rest of Mead's remains could be in a
purple Reba-brand suitcase that's part of a set and one is still
The suitcase may have placed in a trash dumpster anywhere
between Louisiana and Oklahoma. Anyone who might see a purple
suitcase in an odd location should not touch it but call police
Densmore waived extradition. Prentice says Boulder investigators
can transport him any time.
Colorado is a left wing pacifist state. They won't do anything
to this poor man.