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'Compromising photographs' could be motive in Dylan Redwine's murder

Marian Camacho
July 12, 2018 06:16 AM

DURANGO, Colo. - Prosecutors may have found a motive in the murder case against Mark Redwine. He's the Colorado father accused of killing his 13-year-old son Dylan.

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According to our partners at the Durango Herald, court documents show there was tension between father and son, and that Dylan had planned to confront his father about some "compromising photographs."

The photographs had been mentioned before by prosecutors but never linked to a motive for the homicide. 

Late last month, prosecutors filed motions seeking to use statements made by Dylan in the time leading up to his death, including conversations about his relationship with his father that led to tensions before he made the trip to visit him.

Dylan was on a court-ordered visitation with his father on Nov. 18, 2012, and was reported missing the next day. His remains were found the next June about eight miles from Mark Redwine's home.

If convicted, Redwin faces between 16 to 48 years in prison. His trial is set to begin on November 26.

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