1 woman slain at Fero's Bar stabbed 20 times, autopsy shows

All 5 victims killed by multiple stab wounds

DENVER - The first two autopsy reports released on the five people killed in Fero's Bar and Grill show the savage slaughter that occurred there in the early hours of Oct. 17.

One victim, 21-year-old Daria Pohl was stabbed 20 times along with other cutting wounds, the autopsy report said.

Kellene Fallon, 44, was stabbed 12 times, the autopsy report said.

The Denver Medical Examiner's Office has previously said that all five victims were died from multiple stab wounds. The other victims are bar owner Young Fero, 63; Ross Richter, 29; and Tereasa Beesley, 45.

Firefighters discovered the bodies while putting out an early morning fire at the restaurant on Colorado Boulevard near Alameda Avenue.

Police have said the killers set the fire in an effort to cover up their crimes.

Both Pohl and Fallon had burns on their bodies, but the autopsy showed they died from stab wounds. The two women also had numerous bruises and abrasions.

Three men have been arrested in the killings, including two brothers, Lynell Hill, 24, and Joseph Hill, 27, along with Dexter Lewis, 22.

Each defendant is charged with five counts of first-degree murder after deliberation, five counts of first-degree murder, five counts of aggravated robbery and one count of first-degree arson.

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