‘Person Of Interest’ In Missing Teen’s Dying Arrested In Unrelated Case « CBS Denver
ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– The man called a “person of interest” in link with the demise of a missing teen from Adams County has been arrested on an unrelated demand.
Shawn Schwartz was arrested in Boulder early Saturday early morning following he created some seemingly suicidal posts on Facebook.
The entire body of 19-year-aged Natalie Bollinger was was observed in unincorporated Adams County final thirty day period. Family members associates described the teen missing on Dec. 28, 2017.
She was final witnessed at her Broomfield condominium. Her entire body was found following working day on the property of McIntosh Dairy in Adams County.
A Facebook put up Bollinger created just one particular week in advance of her disappearance fueled a firestorm of speculation on social media.
The put up was a general public warning about a man she explained experienced been stalking her for decades — Shawn Schwartz.
Bollinger claimed Schwartz drove throughout the county to see her, and “slept at the rear of her operate for weeks.”
On Dec. 15, 2017 she submitted a restraining get from Schwartz. She was observed dead two weeks afterwards.
On Jan. 5, Schwartz posted on Facebook asking the law enforcement to arrive uncover him and “put me in the floor.”
When officers arrived, they took Schwartz to Boulder Community Wellness for a psychological wellbeing keep. Ahead of officers could total the paperwork, Schwartz commenced to yell and refused to permit healthcare facility workers support him.
He was put beneath arrest for obstruction but as officers have been making an attempt to escort him to the patrol car or truck, he refused to walk and yelled at the officers. A spit hood was put on Schwartz although officers waited for the ambulance to acquire him to the Boulder County Jail. That is when he kicked the officers.
Schwartz continues to be in custody on expenses of 2nd-diploma assault on a peace officer, a felony, obstructing a peace officer and resisting arrest.