LITTLETON, Colo. -- Multiple well-placed sources tell Denver7 Investigates Littleton police found spatter that may be blood on a headboard during the search for missing woman Charlene Voight. Investigators are awaiting test results on the suspected blood.
Sources tell Denver7 Chief Investigative reporter Tony Kovaleski officers found a mattress that was missing from an apartment they searched. They also said a piece of carpeting appeared to have been removed and replaced with a piece that did not match and was not sewn in place.
Voight’s family reported her missing on July 8, saying they had not heard from her since June 29. Her family told Denver7 she had recently moved to Colorado to be with her boyfriend, Jeffrey Scott Beier.
On July 12, police arrested Beier on charges of an unrelated sexual assault on another woman. Police said they learned of the sexual assault allegation while investigating Voight’s disappearance.
Beier is being held in the Arapahoe County Jail on $100,000 bond. Police have not called him a suspect or a person of interest in Voight’s disappearance.
Sources tell Denver7 Investigates the sexual assault victim is the last known person to have seen Voight. Court documents say the assault is alleged to have happened July 1.
Authorities also searched an abandoned home in the Fort Morgan area in connection with Voight’s disappearance on Sunday, sources said. It is unclear what, if anything, that search produced.
Police stressed to Denver7 they are still in the early stages of their investigation and they are unsure of the significance of any of the information and evidence collected so far.