Sons of slain parents in El Jebel find new life in Aspen

4th November, 2014 by


The living room in the Amaya family’s Aspen home shows what a tight-knit family they are. Family photos are ample, including those of Mayra and Eliseo Lopez. The two are deceased, their lives cut short July 12 in their El Jebel home by gunshots allegedly fired by their nephew, Williams Anderson Amaya. Mayra was 40, Eliseo 42. They left behind two sons, Jesse, 13, and Eliseo, 15. Until that fateful day, the two boys had attended school in Basalt. Instantly, the two were without their parents, who had been married for 16 years. Their home was a crime scene. And …

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