Mike Hooker - FORT COLLINS, Colo. March 4, 2009
The family of a process server murdered on the job says it's time to protect others in the profession, so they want a new law on the books.
Police say the server, Steve Allen, 57, was attacked and killed with a knife and a baseball bat last summer after going to a home in Loveland to serve divorce papers to James Whitler.
Allen's niece, Jen Castaneda, was at the Larimer County Justice Center for a motions hearing in the murder case Wednesday afternoon.
"What's surprisingly difficult is knowing it's your own family member who went through the terror," Castaneda said.
"You have all these things that go through your mind, like what was he thinking, how terrified he must have been. It was not a quick thing he went through that day," Castaneda said...
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Murdered Process Server's Family Wants New Law