Jamie Valdiviezo-Perera bust: Pumas, a tiger blanket and murder of El Cholo (9)

Update: The Denver District Attorney's Office has formally charged Jamie Valdiviezo-Perez, 39, and a juvenile (presumably his son) in the murder of a man whose body was found in a South Quieto Way alley. As sketched out by the arrest affidavit on view below, police were led to the alleged shooters by a couple of unusual clues -- a pair of red Pumas and a blanket with a tiger on it.
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