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Apr 10, 2010
Adams County judge orders William Fowler to be tried for first-degree murder in ex-business partner's death — Denver Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Monte Whaley
Source: Denver Post
BRIGHTON — William Rex Fowler lured his former business partner into a deadly trap last year, killing 42-year-old Thomas Ciancio over claims Fowler was embezzling money from the company he founded, an Adams County prosecutor said Friday. But the second half of Fowler's plan failed when the 58-year-old tried unsuccessfully to kill himself, prosecutor Dave Young said in a preliminary hearing. "His intent was suicide," Young said. "He was going to take care of his business before he took care of ...
Jan 1, 2010
Coroner: Man first reported to be gunman in Adams County shooting was victim — Denver Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Jeremy P. Meyer
Source: Denver Post
The investigation into a shooting at an Adams County office building took a turn Thursday when authorities said the man who was first reported to be the shooter was instead a victim. The Adams County Sheriff's Office said Thomas Ciancio, 42, of Castle Rock, "was the victim of a hom icide and not the gunman." Authorities wouldn't say who shot Ciancio, one of 10 children of a prominent Adams County family, or how his employer wound up with a gunshot wound ...
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