DENVER, CO – FEBRUARY 05: Police are looking for a man who allegedly killed a Denver man during a fight at a park on February 5, 2018 in Denver, Colorado.
Police are also looking for two men who were arrested for the murder of 28-year-old Anthony Arsenault, who died at a hospital.
(Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images) DENVER (AP) – A Denver man who killed a homeless man during the height of a homelessness crisis will face a murder charge, authorities said Monday.
Anthony Arsenaux, 28, died after police say he was hit in the head with a bat and beaten by a man in a park in Denver’s Adams Morgan neighborhood on Feb. 5.
Police said Anthony Arsonaux, who lived on the street, was assaulted by a group of people at an intersection and that he was knocked unconscious.
A suspect in Arsenaults death was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder and booked into the Douglas County Jail, but charges were later dismissed against him.
Arsenault was found dead in a pool of blood at a nearby recreation center.