Man brings body to Park County sheriff substation |

Man brings body to Park County sheriff substation

BAILEY ” A man walked into the sheriff’s substation in Bailey Friday afternoon, reported he was suicidal, admitted he had killed someone and then explained to a deputy that the body was still inside his vehicle.

In a statement released by Undersheriff Monte Gore, the man, named Robert Pastore, had dried blood on his arms and wrists, which tipped off the responding deputy.

When asked about the blood, Pastore told the deputy he was suicidal because he had killed someone and that the body was still in his vehicle.

Pastore was taken into custody and a body was discovered in his vehicle parked in the substation parking lot.

Initial information indicates the possible homicide occurred in the Denver area, Undersheriff Monte Gore said in a press release. Park County sheriff’s investigators are coordinating an ongoing collaborative investigation with Denver law enforcement and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

Identification of the body is being withheld pending notification of family. Further details will be released Monday morning, Gore said.

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