Littleton police arrest two suspects in shooting that left 28-year-old dead

Robert Tann
rtann@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 7/26/22

Darla Rodriguez, 29, and Adam Vilders, 37, were arrested July 22, according to the police department. They were booked into an Arapahoe County jail on second-degree murder charges.

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Littleton police arrest two suspects in shooting that left 28-year-old dead

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The Littleton Police Department said Tuesday it has arrested two suspects believed to be involved with a July 15 shooting that left a 28-year-old dead

Darla Rodriguez, 29, and Adam Vilders, 37, were arrested July 22. They were booked into an Arapahoe County jail on second-degree murder charges.

On July 15,  Littleton police responded to a call in the 2700 block of West Riverwalk Circle at around 3:20 a.m. and found a man, later identified as Luke Scott Clayton by the Arapahoe County Coroner's Office, who had been shot in the chest. 

Police said they attempted life-saving measures on Clayton until South Metro Fire Rescue arrived on scene but that Clayton later died from his injuries. 

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