Project Unsolved: Reward increased for suspects accused of killing Colorado snow plow driver in ’16

in Crime/Local Roundup

LITTLETON, Colo. — Two kids growing up without their father continue to ask more questions about what happened to him. Jaime Villarreal was working a side job to help support his family in March 2016 when he left to plow snow after a storm and never came home.

“My daughter asks every day how come he’s not here, why other kids have their parents and their dad,” said Natasha Espinoza, Villarreal’s fiance.

It’s been three years since his murder and no one has been arrested. His loved ones recently contributed another $1,000 to the Crime Stoppers reward for information leading to a suspect’s arrest, bringing the total to $4,000.

Continue reading on The Denver Channel