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Nicholas Castle and Trey Quinn, arrested in robbery/stabbing that's got Auraria students on edge

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At 11:30 a.m. today, a meeting was scheduled to address a series of robberies that have struck the Auraria campus in recent days: A student was reportedly attacked in a parking lot on March 5, while two students were stabbed in a dorm and a woman was punched in a separate attempted purse-snatching on March 8.

Two arrests have been made in the stabbing incident: Nicholas Castle, 21, and Trey Quinn, 22. Look below to see a photo of Quinn provided by the Denver Police Department, as well as bonus information about another incident -- a February 16 robbery at 1051 14th Street during which two men allegedly forced their way into a victim's apartment. Also included: a security-camera image of the suspected perpetrators in that crime.

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On February 16, 2010 Denver Police Officers responded to 1051 14th Street #1808 on a report of a robbery. The victim related that two unknown suspects forced there way into the victim's apartment and demanded money. The suspects then assaulted the victim with a metal bar and then removed money from the victim's wallet. The suspects then fled to the 20th floor and left clothing and the metal bar and then fled the building. The above suspects were recorded by the building surveillance system and identified by the victim. Anyone with information please contact the Denver Police Reference Denver Police Case #2010-77795.


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