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Kerry Humphrey Arrest Warrant

Kerry Humphrey Arrest Warrant

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County/District CourtTHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADOCity and County of Denver, Colorado
Offense Case No. 2011-144686
Kerry Humphrey
DOB: 07-23-88, SID#2630328, FBI#351644MD8, SSN#White Female, 5 ft 7 in, 120 lbs, Brown Hair, Brown EyesLKA: 1320 York St #7 Denver, Colorado 80206For: Attempt to Influence a Public Servant, CRS: 18-8-306, Class 4 Felony
Detective Nash Gurule #98035
, the Affiant, state under oath that the facts known to the Affiant whichestablish probable cause to believe that a criminal offense was committed, and that the offense was committed by the above named person(s), are the following:
Your Affiant obtained the following information through personal observations, by interviewingwitnesses and by reviewing official reports of fellow Denver Police Officers:
, at about 2140hrs, Officer Benjamin Austin #06039 of the Denver Police Departmenttook a Missing Persons report on Victim, Kenia Monge DOB 01-26-92. Kenia Monge was last seen by friends at about 0005 hrs inside the 24K nightclub, 1414 Market Street, City and County of Denver. Kenia Monge’s stepfather, Anthony Lee, told Officer Austin he had learned that KeniaMonge had gone out drinking with friends, but left her purse, cell phone, and keys to the car she wasdriving in the bar on the table. Anthony Lee told Officer Austin that the girlfriends had droppedKenia Monge’s purse and cell phone off at his home on the afternoon of 04-01-11. He checkedKenia Monge’s cell phone, and discovered a text message sent from phone number 303-995-7233on 04-01-11 at 1856 hrs. The text message was from an unknown person, the text message stated,“Hey this is Travis, the guy who gave you a ride last night, - white creepy van
did you get homeokay?”On
, the Missing Person case was assigned to Detective Ted Binet #00058 of the Denver Police Missing and Exploited Persons Unit. Detective Binet told Detective John Brinkers that acomputer search of phone number 303-995-7233 showed it listing to Travis Forbes DOB 10-04-79,with a possible address of 387 Emerson Street in Denver.On
, Detective Binet received an e-mail from fellow Denver Police Officer Bill Monahan#05169 of Police District Three. Officer Monahan told Detective Binet in his e-mail that on 04-02-11, at about 2200hrs he responded to the Conoco Gas Station at 505 East Speer Blvd. in Denver on afollow-up to the Missing Persons Report. Once there, Officer Monahan contacted Travis Forbes’,his friend, Edward Fajardo DOB 01-26-80, and the original reporting party Anthony Lee. Officer Monahan related that Anthony Lee had called Travis Forbes earlier that evening and the two agreedto meet at the Conoco Station because Lee had questions about his missing daughter. OfficeMonahan wrote that both Edward Fajardo and Travis Forbes completed written statements in whichthey stated they had contacted Kenia Monge on 04-01-11, talking to a male transient in the area of 
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Street and California Street in downtown Denver. Travis Forbes and Edward Fajardo bothwrote Kenia Monge appeared to be very intoxicated, and they offered to take her to Club Lavish (at1448 Market Street) where she stated her car was parked. The three were unable to locate thevehicle, and Travis Forbes wrote he asked Kenia Monge where she lived. Travis Forbes wrote thatwhen he learned Kenia Monge lived near 2369 South Trenton Way, a place he sometimes spent thenight, he offered to take her home. Travis Forbes wrote that after dropping off Edward Fajardo at15
Street and California Street, he began driving Kenia Monge home. Travis Forbes wrote thatwhile driving down Speer Blvd towards Leetsdale, Kenia Monge asked him for a cigarette to helpcalm her down. Travis Forbes wrote that he pulled into the same Conoco Gas Station looking for cigarettes, but the station was closed. Travis Forbes wrote that while at the station, they saw a male party walking down the street smoking. Travis Forbes wrote Kenia Monge got out of the van andapproached the man and asked him for a cigarette. Travis Forbes wrote the man, who stated hisname was “Dan”, gave Kenia Monge a cigarette and the two sat down on the curb to smoke and talk in Spanish. Travis Forbes wrote that after Kenia Monge finished smoking, the two got up and beganwalking off together. Travis Forbes wrote that he asked Kenia Monge if she was OK, but she didn’tgive him “any regard”, so he drove to his girlfriend’s house to spend the night. Officer Monahanwrote that Travis Forbes and Edward Fajardo arrived in Forbes’ white Ford cargo van, bearingColorado temporary tag 463685J. Officer Monahan wrote that he asked Travis Forbes if he couldlook inside his van, and that Forbes agreed. Officer Monahan wrote that he looked inside the vanand found it to be very clean, and that the multi-colored square pattern rug covering the back floor of the van appeared to be new and even smelled new. Officer Monahan wrote that before leaving,Travis Forbes told Anthony Lee “I wish I knew more about what happened to your daughter but Itold you everything I know”, and that while saying this, Forbes had tears in his eyes, his voice wasunsteady, and that his whole body was shaking.On
, at about
, Your Affiant #98035 conducted a videotaped interview with TravisForbes at Denver Police Headquarters. Forbes related to Your Affiant that he works as a baker atDeby’s Bakery and Café at 2369 South Trenton Way in Arapahoe County, and that he leases the property for his own baking business. Travis Forbes told Your Affiant his white van was parkedoutside of the business right now, and he gave Your Affiant written consent to search the vanfurther. Travis Forbes stated to Your Affiant that on the morning of 04-01-11, he was driving hisvan with Kenia Monge as his only passenger after dropping off his friend Edward, and that the lasttime he saw Kenia Monge was when she was walking away from the Conoco Gas Station at 505Speer Blvd in Denver with “Dan.” Forbes stated after Kenia Monge walked away with “Dan” hedrove to his girlfriends, Kerry Humphrey, house and slept there until he had to go to work later thatmorning. Forbes said he arrived at Kerry’s house between 3:00 am and 3:30 am and left about 8:30am on the morning of April 1, 2011.On
, Detective Lou Estrada conducted an interview with Kerry Humphrey.Ms. Humphrey confirmed her address at 1320 York St #7 Denver, Colorado 80206 and cell phonenumber 970-631-6670. Ms. Humphrey stated that her boyfriend Travis stayed with her on Thursdaynight into Friday morning and he arrived at her house around 3:30 a.m. on April 1, 2011. She explainedthat on Thursday she called her friend Ali to excuse herself from going out because she had a lot of studying to do at home. She said Travis went with Ali and her other friends and when he came home,there was nothing unusual. Ms. Humphrey was asked if she spoke with Travis Thursday night, March
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31, 2011, after she excused herself from going out; she said no. When asked what their plans were for going out she said she didn’t have any idea. She said the only time she saw Travis on Thursday waswhen he came home at 3:30a.m, Friday, April 1, 2011. She was asked if Travis said anything when hegot home; she said she was half asleep and he said something about a fun night but nothing further.
Ms. Humphrey stated Friday, April 1, 2011, morning Travis got up before she did and went to work atthe bakery. She said she woke up and got ready for work around 8a.m. She said she worked all day onFriday from 9:30-5:30 and didn’t see Travis on Friday. She said she and Travis texted through out theday and when she got off work, she called him at 6:07p.m but he didn’t answer. She then went to thecoffee shop to study and went home from there. She added that at 9:22 p.m., she and Travis finallyspoke and he told her he was at the bakery working. When asked if the bakery is open after 9 p.m. shesaid no it closes at 9 p.m. but he stayed to make his granola bars. Ms. Humphrey stated that Travisdidn’t spend the night with her Friday night and she assumed he stayed at the bakery. She said Saturday,April 2, 2011, she worked all day 10a.m. to 4p.m. and after she got off work, she went to study at acoffee shop called “The Point”. She said Travis called her and sounded upset and wanted to talk to her so he met her at the coffee shop.Ms. Humphrey stated that Travis told her the following; he said he gave a girl a ride on Thursday (March31, 2011) and now she was missing. She said Travis wanted to talk to Eddy so they drove separately tomeet Eddy at Auraria Park around 6:30 p.m, April 2, 2011. She said Travis told Eddy that the girl hegave a ride to on Thursday was now missing and her family was calling him non-stop.Travis called the family and spoke with the girl’s dad, and boyfriend while they were with Eddy and toldthem, “I’m here for you guys if there is anything I can do let me know”. She said after they were donetalking Eddy and Travis went to dinner and she went home to study. Detective Estrada asked Ms.Humphrey to be more specific about the conversation that took place between Eddy and Travis. Ms.Humphrey said Thursday night (March 31, 2011) Travis and Eddy ran into a drunken girl who wastalking to a homeless man and seemed very upset. Travis asked the girl if she was ok and the girl wenton about her boyfriend being an asshole. Travis said he asked the girl if she wanted a ride to her car or home and drove her over to Opal or Sutra. Travis said the girl was freaking out and told him she neededa cigarette so Travis took her to a Conoco and it was closed. The girl saw a guy walking by smoking andshe bummed a cigarette from him. Travis said the girl and the guy walking by talked for a little whileand then she left with him. Travis said he then went to her house. Ms. Humphrey said Travis told her hedidn’t see anything wrong with the guy and let the girl go with him. Ms. Humphrey said Travis hasalways been truthful with her and she believed what he was telling her. She said Travis told her, “Oh myGod this girl is missing” and was concerned about her. Travis told her, “I can only imagine what thefamily is going through.” Ms. Humphrey was asked when Travis told her this and she said he told her onSaturday (April 2, 2011) at the coffee shop before they meet up with Eddy.Ms. Humphrey was questioned what Travis and Eddy talked about at the park. She said they just talkedabout the missing girl and Eddy encouraged Travis to talk to the girl’s family. She was asked if she or Eddy asked Travis where the girl was and she said no because she believed Travis. She was asked howlong they were at the park talking to Eddy and she said they were there for a couple of hours. Humphreywas asked if Eddy and Travis talked alone at any point and she said they did when she went to get gas inher car. Ms. Humphrey was asked why she was at the park with Travis and Eddy if she had her own car 

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