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Aurora man held at gunpoint during the Craigslist sale by three thieves.
One Aurora man trying to resell two Android mobile telephones was detained at gunpoint in front of a bustling AMC theatre during a Craigslist sale. Åurora Polizei said it was happening in the theatre's car park at 5:30 p. m. Friday at Arapahoe Crossing. Humans came and went," said Jack Schmalzried, the mugger.
Smalzried has done everything that is recommended by professionals when trying to publish an article on Craigslist. But that didn't stop three reckless burglars from looting him and his friend at gunpoint in the center of the crowded state. "He took it out of his bag and somehow showed it next to my forehead and tightened it," said Smalzried.
Colorado's Craigslist spook city can' find a taker.
This five-acre plot of ground for sale with run-down structures 11 leagues outside of Byer's on the eastern flats may not look like much, but it does hold some kind of James Johnson-wizardry. The Cabin Creek is located kilometres far away from Interstate 70 between farmland and grasslands.
It has a classic petrol filling point, an eight-room hotel that looks like the "Psycho" founder of A&E, the "Bates Motel", an RV parks and two picturesque townhouses. While most of the comforts of the small city seem to be full of potentials, it will require some hard hoisting and joinery to bring the skeleton remnants of Cabin Creek back to live.
Selling all his possessions to buy the home in 2000, Johnson began renovating the land in the hope of doing what he had envisioned looking like a 1950s pits stop city. Dwight Winter's boyfriend and neighbour, who was raised on the Cabin Creek 36 plot, can testify to Johnson's fantasy.
After Winter's, a man called Frank Snavely took it over in the 1920', when it was just a hut and two dispensers. You turned this old filling stations into a café, and with increasing intercourse they started working at the motel," said Winter. I-70' s ascent was the sinking of Cabin Creek in the early 70s, when transport was pulled away from the United States, and the draw came back to a state of desolation in which homes kept getting through and out and only stayed for a few years.
Winter said it wasn't until Johnson Cabin Creek bought that the ticket had seen a legitimate occupant in decades. Johnson said it was the right moment to give the staff to someone who shared a similar one. "Let us just say my moustache had no grey in it when I bought the plummet the first times around," Johnson said.
ReMax partner Sherry Parrish, who specialises in building plots, said Cabin Creek could be classified as a mixed-use building and therefore falls under the category of commercially financed properties. But for Johnson he said he would rather be selling the property in a nosedive to someone with the means to do so. It will take enough money for his perfect purchaser to buy the Cabin Creek home and have the dedication to keep the city above water and rebuild it to its former splendour.
"All I want is someone with the kind of visions I had when I wanted to renovate this place so it's like a flash back to the 40s and 50s," Johnson said. Craigslist and has its own website.