First degree murder charges filed in Wheat Ridge death

Staff report
Posted 8/14/18

First Judicial District Attorney Pete Weir announced that charges have been filed against Joshua Kamuela Akuila Kane, 31, in the death of his roomate, 23-year-old Nicole Lindsey. Kane has been …

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First degree murder charges filed in Wheat Ridge death

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First Judicial District Attorney Pete Weir announced that charges have been filed against Joshua Kamuela Akuila Kane, 31, in the death of his roomate, 23-year-old Nicole Lindsey. Kane has been charged with first degree murder after deliberation and two crime of violence counts.

On July 29, at 2:21 p.m., Wheat Ridge Police were called to 8776 W. 46th Ave. in Wheat Ridge on a report of a male bleeding and a deceased female. According to the arrest affidavit, the 911 call was made by Kane. Police found Lindsey deceased in the bedroom of the residence. She appeared to have a cut across her neck and her abdomen.

Kane was transported to the hospital as well, with cuts on his arms, and possible intoxication.

Kane is being held without bond at the Jefferson County jail.

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