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Fort Collins Colorado Police Station Address: 2221 S Timberline Rd, Fort Collins, CO 80525, United States


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Khalid White (DOB 01/07/1988) has been arrested for the murder of Kimberlee Graves.

Kimberlee, a 41-year-old Fort Collins resident, was reported missing in early December. Police were unable to contact Kimberlee, her car was gone, and her home appeared to have been ransacked. During the investigation, detectives located her vehicle unattended in a parking garage on December 13, 2017.

On January 9, 2018, a Lory State Park employee discovered a deceased woman in the park. The Larimer County Coroner identified the woman as Kimberlee Graves and determined that her death was a homicide caused by blunt force trauma and manual strangulation. The Coroner also found evidence of sexual assault.

Early in the case, detectives learned that White was acquainted with Kimberlee and potentially had information about her disappearance. When he missed a probation appointment on December 14, 2017, an arrest warrant was issued for violating the terms of his probation. When detectives attempted to locate him, they learned that he had left the state on a commercial bus. Police in West Wendover, Nevada intercepted White on December 20, 2017. He was arrested on the probation violation warrant and booked into the Elko County Jail. At that time, officers discovered that he was in possession of Kimberlee’s identification and other items that belonged to her. Fort Collins detectives traveled to Nevada to interview Khalid regarding Kimberlee’s disappearance.

After further investigation and the discovery of Kimberlee’s body, detectives found evidence linking White to following the crimes:

First Degree Murder (class 1 felony)
Tampering with a Deceased Human Body (class 3 felony)
Sexual Assault (class 4 felony)
Identity Theft (class 4 felony)
A warrant was issued for his arrest, and White was booked into the Larimer County Jail late on January 17, 2018. A booking photo is attached courtesy of the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office.

This case remains under active investigation. Detectives estimate that Kimberlee was killed on the night of December 4 or early morning of December 5. Police believe the ransacking of her home occurred after she disappeared as several people had access to the residence.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Fort Collins Police at 970-416-2825 or tipsline@fcgov.com. People may also contact Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at 970-221-6868.

All charges are simply an accusation by law enforcement officers, and all arrested parties must be presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.

We’d like to extend our gratitude to everyone in this community who spread the word and provided information. Our hearts go out to Kimberlee’s family and friends during this difficult time of loss.

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Each of us has 24 hours in our day to make a positive impact on our community. Let’s continue to honor this man and all who challenged the status quo by leaving the world a little better than we found it each day.

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Fort Collins Police Services shared Kinard Core Knowledge Middle School’s post.6 days ago

Thanks to Kinard Core Knowledge Middle School for this shout out to School Resource Officer Keith!

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The Victim Services program for Fort Collins Police Services is looking for compassionate and caring people to serve as volunteer victim advocates.

Victim advocates are trained to offer emotional support and crisis intervention to crime victims. Advocates provide information on the criminal justice system, resources in the community, aid in acquiring emergency shelter, and facilitate other immediate needs. They also conduct follow-up assistance by providing victim compensation benefits information as well as updates on the status and progression of a victim’s case through preliminary stages of the judicial system.

Advocates work one 12-hour shift per week. Services are provided to victims 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Applicants will be required to have a criminal history check, go through a background investigation, and will be required to attend a 45-hour training program prior to being placed in an on-call capacity.

If you are interested in a rewarding volunteer opportunity, consider becoming a victim advocate. The application deadline is January 31, 2018.

For more information or to apply, please contact Victim Services Supervisor Melissa Funk at (970) 224-6089 or mfunk@fcgov.com.

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*Missing Fort Collins Woman Found Deceased in State Park*

On January 9, 2018, a park ranger discovered the body of a deceased female in Lory State Park. The Larimer County Coroner’s Office has identified the woman as Kimberlee Graves and determined that her death was a homicide.

Police have been investigating Graves’ disappearance since early December. The 41-year-old Fort Collins resident was last seen at her home on the night of December 4, 2017. On December 8, her friend called police to request a welfare check when she couldn’t reach Graves. Officers tried to contact Graves at her home on Akin Avenue, but nobody answered the door and her car was gone. On December 10, the concerned friend entered Graves’ home and called police to report that the residence had been ransacked. Officers responded to investigate further. On December 13, Graves’ vehicle was found unattended in a parking garage in Fort Collins. Since that time, police have continued investigating and following up on tips. Detectives currently do not have reason to believe there is a risk to public safety.

Anyone with information about the death of Kimberlee Graves should contact Fort Collins Police at 970-416-2825 or tipsline@fcgov.com. People may also contact Larimer County Crime Stoppers. Tipsters can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

Our thoughts are with Kimberlee’s family and friends during this difficult time of loss.

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It’s Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, and we’d like to thank all of our brothers and sisters in blue who came before us, those serving beside us, and those preparing for a future in this field.

We’d also like to share our gratitude for the residents who support us each day. It’s an honor to live and serve in this exceptional community. We’re always here if you need us!