Daryl Rasmussen, aka Ms. Puppy, indicted by grand jury for 2011 double murder

It was a case as weird as it was disturbing and tragic. Back in February 2011, the bodies of Ronald Ford and Ramiro Sanchez were found in their west Denver home, and shortly thereafter, cops started searching for a cross-dresser known as Ms. Puppy and later identified as Daryl Rasmussen. But while Rasmussen was busted in California that summer, charges in the Ford and Sanchez murders didn't stick -- until a grand jury indicted him this week. Details, photos and the indictment below.
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