Louisville police arrest two suspected of moving, abandoning man‘s body after fatal overdose

The Louisville Police Department said it had arrested two people— and is still searching for two others — suspected of trying to conceal the fatal January overdose of Jasper Pont, alleging those involved moved the 21-year-old from a home where he died before abandoning his body in a nearby car.

Christina Marlene Vivanco, 44, formerly of Louisville, and Jared Christopher Wolach, 39, of Boulder, were arrested Monday on charges of tampering with a deceased human body, a class three felony, and for concealing death, child abuse and obstruction, all three of which are misdemeanors.

A Monday news release stated that police on Jan. 22 found Pont dead inside a parked car on Cliffrose Lane.

“During the investigation into the death of Pont,” the release states, “it was determined that Pont died at a residence in Louisville of an apparent drug overdose and was then moved into a vehicle which was left on Cliffrose Lane. Ultimately, Louisville Police and Boulder County Coroner‘s Office investigators identified four suspects involved in moving Pont‘s body and attempting to conceal the death.”

Police still are searching for two suspects believed to be involved. Zakiry Cade Cable, 22, of Longmont, is wanted on the charge of tampering with physical evidence, a class six felony, while Chazz Rodriguez, 21, is wanted on charges of tampering with a deceased body, concealing death, child abuse and obstruction.

Anyone with information on the suspects‘ whereabouts is asked to call Louisville police at or local law enforcement.

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