COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Law enforcement officials are on the lookout for a woman from Colorado Springs who is a suspect in a house crime scene leading to the discovery of two deceased children and the injury of a third. The woman, identified as Kimberlee Singler, aged 35, is currently sought for alleged murder and attempted murder.
A recent declaration by the Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) confirms that police are actively seeking Singler after an incident took place at her residence in the late hours of December 18. A 911 call was initially received, reporting a burglary in process. However, on arrival, the officers discovered a scene far more horrific- two dead children, aged 9 and 7, along with an injured third child, 11 years old.
Both Singler and her oldest child were found with unspecified injuries. The Colorado Springs Fire Department and American Medical Response treated their wounds at the scene before having them transported to a local hospital for further care. The condition of the 11-year-old girl is now stable, stated the police.
After extensive investigation, CSPD Homicide Unit acknowledged that the originally reported burglary was baseless. Armed with this new insight, authorities issued an arrest warrant against Singler on December 26. According to law enforcement, Singler faces significant charges including four counts of first-degree murder, two of attempted first-degree murder, child abuse charges, and one count of assault in the primary degree.
CSPD has been relentlessly tracking Singler since the authorization of the arrest warrant, but the woman last seen on December 23 has evaded capture. Ira Cronin, a representative from the Police Department, believes she might have fled from Colorado. Her disappearance has triggered an FBI-assisted manhunt. Meanwhile, courts have mandated a $10 million bond. Specific details of the warrant remain confidential following a court order.