Did "Ms. Puppy" Do It? Investigating the Murders of Ronald Thomas Ford and Ramiro "Rome" Sanchez
Daryl L. Rasmussen, a reported cross dresser also known as "Ms. Puppy," was homeless when neighbors and police say he was taken in by gay couple Ronald Thomas Ford and Ramiro "Rome" Sanchez II at 122 N. Stuart St. in Denver. Three months later, Ford and Sanchez were dead and Rasmussen went missing. Now, police say, 55-year-old Rasmussen is a "person of interest" in the investigation of the murders, in which the couple was slain by blows to the head (7News). Police have also made three photos public, including an extremely fuzzy surveillance image of Rasmussen dressed as "Ms. Puppy," writes Westword, which has posted the pics.
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