Classmates of Austin Sigg talk about what kind of student he was at Standley Lake High School.
Brooke Olds, who has known Austin Sigg for about nine years, describes the teenager who is now in custody for the murder of Jessica Ridgeway.
Becky Kichler, who lives near Jessica Ridgeway's family, said she hoped the arrest of Austin Sigg would bring some relief to her neighborhood. Her grandson played with Jessica.
Part of 102nd Ave. in Westminster was cordoned off for a search while the announcement was being made.
Austin Reed Sigg as pictured in the Standley Lake High School yearbook.
An SUV is towed from Austin Sigg's family home in Westminster
WESTMINSTER, Colo. -
Friends and playmates of the suspect arrested in the Jessica Ridgeway abduction said Austin Reed Sigg was very shy and quiet.
"He kept to himself," said Brooke Olds.
Olds said she doesn't remember how she met Sigg, but she's known him for about 9 years.
"He would just always ask to play with us, when we were younger," said Olds.
"I would say he was Gothic," said Olds. "He never really talked about his family or his friends, all he talked about was playing or spending time with us."
Olds said he liked to play catch the flag with the neighborhood girls.
Olds also said Sigg didn't have a lot of friends that she knew about.
"Just us girls," said Olds.
Olds said she was shocked that Sigg got arrested.
"I could never, ever imagine that it could be him," said Olds. "He didn't say much."