DENVER (CBS4) – A rally held by a “Patriot Muster” group had just ended on Saturday afternoon. Their camouflaged security cleared the area near the Denver Art Museum when the trouble occurred.
“We all looked up. We saw a spray of pepper spray poof into the air and then a guy, a shot.”
Moments later police rushed in and ordered a man to drop his gun. He was later identified by Denver police as a security guard. Denver TV station KUSA reported Matthew Dolloff, 30, was a contractor for them.
Doloff had his first advisement hearing Sunday morning. The judge declared the arrest affidavit will be sealed, and the defendant will be held on first degree murder charges without bond.
Video shows an argument taking place just before the chemical agent is dispersed. It ends with the shot fired.
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