31-year-old Daniel Abeyta who is said to have been upset his neighbor's rose bushes were growing onto his property, killed neighbor, Sandra Roskilly and shot a second woman in her leg on Friday.
Abeyta is hospitalized and facing a first-degree murder charge.
Sandra Roskilly had a place to live through the Denver Housing Authority, and her Mother 70-year-old Doris Kessler lived with her over the last ten years. Roskilly's autistic 18-year-old son Gregory, often visited his mother - he is being kept in a facility in Pueblo. Sandra's Mom, Doris is now sleeping on the couch at one of her children's homes.
The Denver Housing Authority owns and manages subsidized public housing under an agreement with the federal government. Stella Madrid Denver agency spokeswoman, said the property was turned over Monday to the public administrator, a private organization that determines disposition of assets when there is no will. "We secured all property in the unit yesterday and we secured the unit," Madrid said Tuesday. She refused further comment.
This is an 'In The Wheels of The System' Founding Community Activity. 90% of Funds collected go to Community's "Sandra Roskilly's Mom & Son Housing/Care Fund Raiser" Funding Activity and 10% to "In The Wheels of The System" Founding and growth after 4% GoGetFunding Fee and any inclusive Shipping Fees indicated for particular rewards levels offered.