"This is a big, big, big deal for our small community."
Socialite Nancy Pfister's murder is Aspen's first in more than a decade. The prominent resort town resident's body was found in her home in late February. (Via KMGH)
"I loved her most in the whole entire universe. I bet if she was not my mom she would have been one of my best friends. ... She was one of those people who made Aspen, Aspen." (Via KCNC)
And Saturday officials announced a third arrest.
"56-year-old Katherine Carpenter was arrested yesterday. She's being held on charges of first degree murder." (Via KRDO)
Carpenter might actually have been the person who called police after finding the socialite's body, according to Aspen Daily News.
Investigators still haven't said how Pfister died, but in early March they arrested a married couple who had apparently once been tenants of Pfister's.
"Authorities arrested 65-year-old William Styler and 62-year-old Nancy Christine Styler at a lodge in Basalt, where they were staying after apparently moving out of Pfister's home on February 22nd." (Via KKCO)
Police haven't released any information about a possible motive, but KMGH reports the couple might have been in a rental dispute with Pfister before her murder.
"On Facebook Pfister recently complained about bad tenants, writing: 'The people that were supposedly taking care of my house are not doing what they said they would do and they're not paying rent and they haven't paid utilities.'"
All three suspects are expected to face first-degree murder charges.