Speaking at the sentencing hearing, her father, Ted Bollinger, described her as an artist who was passionate and loved nature. “You took advantage of my daughter,” Ted Bollinger said, according to Denver’s KMGH-TV. “She was vulnerable and ... [you] brutally shot and killed my baby.”Adams County Sheriff's Office Joseph Lopez in a 2017 booking photo that was released by the Adams County Sheriff's Office. He was sentenced on Dec. 3 to 48 years in prison for the slaying of 19-year-old Natalie Bollinger. Her body was found the next day near an Adams County dairy farm.
Source: Huffington Post December 05, 2018 21:56 UTC