August 1, 2019
Imagine being homeless and indebted to a 75 IQ chimp.
Talk about rock bottom.
A man was convicted on three counts of first-degree murder for the deaths of three people near a Denver light rail station last year.
A Denver jury on Friday found Maurice Butler, 39, guilty for the August 9, 2018 shooting deaths of three transients — Christopher Zamudio, 45, Nicole Boston, 28, and Jerome Coronado, 39.
Police found their bodies the next morning near a light rail station near Broadway and I-25 in Denver.
Bulter was arrested three days after the bodies were discovered on unrelated drug charges.
An unpaid drug debt was established as the primary motive for the murders.
Left to right: Nicole Boston, Jerome Coronado and Christopher Zamudio.