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Mitchell High School student Izak Jasso identified as victim of weekend homicide in Colorado Springs

Izak Jasso, dead – A Mitchell High School student who was shot over the weekend was named a victim by the Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD), which made the announcement Monday. The student was 16 years old. Izak Jasso, 16, of Colorado Springs was identified as the victim by the El Paso County coroner, according to the Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD).

The Colorado Springs Police Department reported officers responded to a gunshot on Frost Ln in Colorado Springs around 8:30 p.m. on June 10. They found the teenager’s body when they arrived at the scene. The official cause of death will be determined by the coroner, but the CSPD said it is investigating the death as a possible homicide. There was no arrest of the suspect. When the police arrived, they discovered that a teenager had already died. After their arrival, members of the Homicide Unit continued the investigation.

According to the CSPD, no suspects have been taken into custody. Izak Jasso, a student at Mitchell High School, has been identified as the youngster who was found dead on Monday, June 12 by the El Paso County coroner. Jasso was 16 years old. Although the official cause and manner of death is determined by the coroner’s office, the inquest is continuing on the assumption that it was a homicide. This is the 11th murder to take place in the city of Colorado Springs so far in 2018. According to the Charlottesville-Culpeper Police Department, 25 homicides had been investigated at that time. last year.

According to the Colorado Springs Police Department, this is the 11th person to be murdered in the city of Colorado Springs in 2023. By that time in 2022, there had been a total of 25 homicides over which authorities were investigating. According to the CSPD, the investigation into Izak’s death is now active and will continue. Anyone who may have information or who may be a witness is asked to call the Colorado Springs Police Department at (719) 444-7000. Alternatively, anyone who wishes to remain anonymous can call the Crime Stoppers information line at (719) 634-STOP (7867).

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