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Mr. Milo Vig

Wrong Milo Vig?


Mesa County Sheriff's Department

Employment History

  • Sheriff's Detective
    Mesa County
  • Sheriff's Department Investigator
    Mesa County
  • Investigator
    Sheriff's department
  • Chief Investigator
12 Total References
Web References
catalog of evidence, 8 Feb 2011 [cached]
Additionally, Larry Hall, a lab technician with the Grand Junction Police Department, Milo Vig of the Sheriff's Office, and Felipe Armendarez, a Mesa County deputy sheriff, were all present during the autopsies.
Hall and Vig were present during Mrs. Botham's autopsy and testified that Canfield specifically estimated the time of death at one to one and one-half or two hours after eating.
Milo Vig, an investigator with the Mesa County Sheriff's Department, interviewed Mrs. Heiner on November 4 and November 5, 1975.
However, both Sheriff Williams and Milo Vig, the chief investigator, testified that they sent officers all over Mesa County with pieces of the wire trying to match it.
Kenneth DeWeese, who owned a radio and electronic supply company, was also visited by officers, including Milo Vig, in connection with the wire.
Authorities found, 20 April 2006 [cached]
That testimony by Mesa County Sheriff's Investigator Milo Vig was among a handful of new facts emerging during a preliminary hearing this morning for Botham, accused of four counts of first degree murder.
Prosecutor claims information about witness leaked to press, 15 Jan 1982 [cached]
Identified by Mesa County Sheriff's Detective Milo Vig, the weapons included four .22-caliber guns, a high-powered rifle and a .38-caliber snubnose pistol.
Foreman's cross-examination of Vig, however, revealed there was some doubt whether the detectives themselves had asked for all of Botham's guns, or just the .22-calibers.
Prosecutor claims information about witness leaked to press, 13 Jan 1982 [cached]
Mesa County Sheriff's Department Investigator Milo Vig had been called to the witness stand by Mesa County District Attorney Terrance Farina to recall the details of Botham's journey to Ouray on Aug. 22, 1975.
Foreman asked Vig to repeat and elaborate on his now six-year-old investigations into Botham's whereabouts that night.
Vig, balding with silver-rimmed glasses, rocked nervously in the witness stand as Foreman pressed him for details.
Yes, Vig recalled, Botham was driving a 1972 Toyota Land Cruiser on what was a repeated trip for him to photograph the Western Slope.
Deputies failed to check under Botham house, 20 April 2006 [cached]
A .22 caliber Western revolver was found underneath the home at 1914 Ouray on Christmas Day by a young man who planned to move into the residence, according to investigator Milo Vig of the Sheriff's department.
Vig testified the gun was found by Steve Brant, 21, in the crawl space beneath a closet off the home's living room.
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