Nancy Pfister

Pfister Murder Case
7:09 pm
Tue June 17, 2014

UPDATED: Charges Dropped Against One Defendant in Pfister Case

Nancy Styler has been held without bond in the Eagle County Jail until now.
Credit Pitkin County Sheriff's Office

Several charges have been dropped in the case against defendant Nancy Styler. Styler is one of three charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder against Aspen native Nancy Pfister.  Pitkin County Judge Gail Nichols ordered Styler's charges be dropped on Tuesday, June 17th, after the 9th Judicial District Attorney's office filed a motion the same day, saying the DA's office believes "there is insufficient evidence to prove the defedent's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, and the [DA's office] do not believe there is a reasonable likelihood of success on the merits at trial."

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Pfister Murder Case
5:21 pm
Tue June 17, 2014

Murder Charges Dropped Against One Defendant

Nancy Styler
Credit Pitkin County Sheriff's Office

  A charge of murder has been dropped against one of three defendants in the murder of long-time Aspen local Nancy Pfister.  Pitkin County Judge Gail Nichols today (6-17-2014) dismissed the murder charge against Nancy Styler .  Mrs. Styler will also be moved back to the Pitkin County jail from Eagle where she has been incarcerated without bond. There she will be processed and then released. Three members of the Pfister family were included in the hearing this afternoon when the charges were dismissed.

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APR Local News
9:16 am
Fri June 13, 2014

New Details Released in Pfister Case

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A judge in Aspen has released hundreds of pages of court documents in the Nancy Pfister murder case.

Three people are charged with her homicide and are scheduled to appear in court later this month. The case has been mostly sealed until now. 

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Mountain Edition
3:26 pm
Thu June 12, 2014

Mountain Edition - June 12th, 2014

Good afternoon and welcome to Mountain Edition.

A judge has released hundreds of pages of court documents in the Nancy Pfister case. We’ll have a quick review.

The sheriffs are in town-- for a statewide conference. This is a chance for Pitkin County Sheriff Joe DiSalvo to show off his work in Aspen.

Officials and local representatives are tackling how to get faster internet access in rural areas.

Aspen wants to get more people to build hotel rooms...

And, Garfield County may have to help pay for some improvements near Glenwood’s Grand Avenue Bridge.

An Aspen nonprofit is heralding the cancelation of a mega dam project in Chile.

And a hydropower plant in southwest Colorado is now officially up and running… we’ll hear what that means for the Aspen.

That’s all coming up on Mountain Edition... right now.

APR Local News
4:54 pm
Mon June 9, 2014

More Pfister Documents To Be Released Later This Week

Pitkin County Courthouse
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An Aspen judge has decided to release most of the court documents related to an Aspen murder case. They'll be made public this Thursday, June 12th. The decision comes as attorneys on all sides are getting ready to argue what they believe happened to Aspen native Nancy Pfister, who died earlier this year. 

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