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Former Summit County man charged with 2010 Elbert County murder of schoolteacher – The Denver Post

Daniel Pesch and Randy Wilson

Provided by Elbert County Sheriff’s Office, Colorado Bureau of Investigation

Daniel Pesch and Randy Wilson

A former Summit County man was arrested on Tuesday, Dec. 19, in connection with the 2010 murder of an Elbert County schoolteacher, potentially closing the seven-and-a-half year cold case of Randy Wilson, found strangled to death in a remote field.

Daniel Pesch, 34, has been charged with first-degree murder and is being held without bond. He worked at CB & Potts Restaurant and Brewery in Breckenridge until March, according to his Facebook page, but social media posts indicate he may have recently moved to the Front Range. His voter registration lists a Frisco address.

The murder case is under seal, and the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office said it could not release any additional details about Pesch’s arrest. In addition to murder, he is charged with resisting arrest, obstructing a peace officer and attempted escape.

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