Stabbing at Campsite West of Fort Collins Results in Arrest
A Westminster man was taken into custody Saturday (August 13, 2016) after a physical altercation at a campsite resulted in a woman suffering injuries. According to the Coloradoan, 28-year-old Travis Nilles allegedly got into an argument with a 42-year-old woman while they were camping in the Roosevelt National Forest. The
argument escalated and became physical, and during the struggle, it's reported that Niles attempted to stab the woman, suffering injuries. After getting away and reaching a nearby camp, she was treated by first responders. Both the woman and Nilles were treated for injuries at a local hospital, and Nilles was eventually arrested on charges of second-degree assault and felony menacing once he was released from the hospital.