The arresting officer explains noticing a red Chevrolet sedan described as being involved in reported menacing incidents near Mount Herman and Monument last weekend.
Daniel Nations and composite sketch of Delphi murders suspect [Photo: Handout]According to the SC online sex offender registry, Nations was convicted of indecent exposure in 2007. Their license plates were also from IN and were expired.
Nations was convicted of Indecent Exposure in Beaufort County, South Carolina in 2008.
"We aware of the arrest we are aware of the situation out there".
He also admitted that his wife's rifle was in the trunk, which she bought for protection after the vehicle was broken into.
Nations was arrested by Woodland Police Department on suspicions of possession of a weapon by a prior offender, and potential charges from the sheriff's office are pending, according to police. Colorado court records show he also has a pending misdemeanor charge out of Georgetown for a false identification/false reporting charge from July.
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CBS4 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.
Nations hasn't been charged with menacing or murder at this time. - The Carroll County Sheriff confirmed his department is investigating whether an IN man arrested IN Colorado is connected to the Delphi murders of Liberty German and Abigail Williams, according to WTHR, The Herald Bulletin's newsgathering partner. Their bodies were discovered the following day. The hat in the sketch may not be accurate, police said, adding that the public is asked to focus on the person's facial features.
Near Indianapolis, police are still trying to make an arrest in the double murder of two teens.
The State Police cautioned in a news release that it has received thousands of photos of people alleged to look like a composite sketch of a person of interest in the case, and that it investigates each tip.
"If Indiana police have been looking for the person, and we find him here, I mean how many other things can this person be connected to?"
"We will give the same attention to the person arrested in Colorado, but right now there is nothing that definitively connects this person to our investigation", the statement released Wednesday concluded.