EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. – A man arrested for allegedly threatening people with a hatchet on a Colorado trail may reportedly be linked to other crimes, including one in Indiana involving two murdered Delphi teens.
Police in Woodland Park say the suspect, 31-year-old Daniel Nations, was arrested while driving a vehicle with expired Indiana license plates Monday, according to a document.
FOX59 spoke with authorities in Colorado who said Nations was arrested near the same trail in Colorado where a bicyclist was shot to death two weeks ago.
“When we were made aware of some tips that involved a double homicide in Indiana we did contact law enforcement out there, it is their case, and we will not be speaking to it, because we do not know their case,” Jacque Kirby with the El Paso County Colorado Sheriff’s Office told us.
No arrests have been made yet in that murder and authorities have not said whether they think Nations might be involved.
Following Nations’ arrest, authorities reportedly reached out to Indiana State Police after receiving a tip from a local news outlet.
Indiana State Police released the following statement:
“We are aware of the arrest of the person in Colorado and are investigating to see if