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Arrest Made in Bias Crime
On September 20, 2020, Littleton Police officers responded to Staybridge Suites at 8211 Southpark Circle on the report of a suspicious male who was harassing patrons. Officers learned a white male had been ringing the doorbell and making racist remarks outside a room occupied by a black female. The male fled prior to contact by hotel staff or officers. Later that same day, the male returned and once again began harassing the victim, although this time while brandishing a handgun. Officers were able to identify the suspect as 51-year-old Douglas Murphy. Murphy was arrested for bias-motivated crimes involving menacing and attempted aggravated assault with a firearm.