Man jailed after mother’s death |

Man jailed after mother’s death

FORT COLLINS, Colo. ” A man whose mother’s body was found in the home they shared was jailed Tuesday without bond on suspicion of first-degree murder.

Jeremy Alan Moss, 32, was arrested Sunday following the death of Rosemary Borak. Larimer County coroner’s officials had not yet released a cause of death.

An ambulance team was called to the home at 12:39 p.m. Sunday for an unattended death.

“Once they got there, it was obvious to them that it was not a natural death,” police Lt. Hal Dean said.

Dean would not elaborate.

Court records show Moss had a criminal record that included numerous charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, domestic violence, harassment and crimes against a person. It was unclear how the charges were resolved.

Tami Draper, who had known Borak for three years, said Borak was diagnosed with cancer more than a year ago. Draper said she knew little about Moss or how he and Borak got along.

“She didn’t talk about him much,” Draper said. “But she never said a bad word about anybody, including him.”

Moss is due in court June 14.

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