A Littleton man who was shot in the head last month died Sept. 5, and the suspect likely will now face murder charges. Angelo Bryant, 43, spent …
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A Littleton man who was shot in the head last month died Sept.
5, and the suspect likely will now face murder charges.
Angelo Bryant, 43, spent nearly a month at Littleton Adventist
Hospital after receiving a gunshot wound to the head Aug. 7.
Matthew Sutton, 49, also of Littleton, was arrested at the scene.
The incident occurred at 5645 S. Sycamore Street in downtown
Littleton, slightly north of the Little Town office building and
about a quarter-mile from the Littleton Police Department’s
Bryant remained in critical condition until Aug. 16, when his
status was upgraded to serious. He was discharged to a hospice
facility Sept. 2.
Littleton Police Lt. Sean Dugan confirmed that Bryant passed
away in the early morning hours of Sept. 5 at St. John’s Hospice in
An autopsy is scheduled for Sept. 8, Dugan said.
Sutton originally was charged with first-degree attempted murder
and first-degree assault. He was immediately taken to the Arapahoe
County Jail and held on a $1 million bond.
The shooting happened after an argument, witnesses told police.
Bryant formerly lived at the Sycamore Street address and Sutton was
a current resident, and the two men had known each other for a long
time, police said.
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