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Gazette Premium Content Man charged in marijuana-for-donations swaps, wife found dead

By John Ingold The Denver Post Updated: August 20, 2013 at 4:45 pm
By John Ingold The Denver Post Updated: August 20, 2013 at 4:45 pm • Published: August 20, 2013

A man who was charged in the weeks after marijuana legalization with running a pot-for-donations delivery service has been found dead in southern Colorado along with his wife. Authorities called it a murder-suicide, The Denver Post reported. Pritchard Garrett, 31, and Alicia Garrett, 26, were...

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A man who was charged in the weeks after marijuana legalization with running a pot-for-donations delivery service has been found dead in southern Colorado along with his wife. Authorities called it a murder-suicide, The Denver Post reported.



Pritchard Garrett, 31, and Alicia Garrett, 26, were found dead on Aug. 10 inside a trailer they were renting outside Trinidad. According to a Las Animas County Sheriff's office report, the couple who owned the trailer found the Garretts lying dead on the trailer's floor about six feet apart.

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