A relative of Jarrett's, who asked not to be identified while the case is pending, said it all began after Jarrett invited a struggling Young — a buddy from their days at Colorado State University — to stay with him for a few months until Young could get on his feet."Two accused in Denver of taking dead buddy out for night on town"
Then, on Aug. 27, Young arrived about 11 p.m. at Jarrett's southeast Denver home, in the 1800 block of South Forest Street, and found him unresponsive. Rather than calling 911, he went to the restaurant where Rubinson works, according to court documents.
A search-warrant affidavit filed in the case outlines the rest of the night: The pair returned to Jarrett's home, loaded him into Rubinson's Lincoln Navigator and took him to Teddy T's bar and grill. Jarrett's body remained in the back seat while the pair drank on his tab. "Young stated . . . that it was obvious Jarrett was dead while all three are at Teddy T's," Denver Detective Ranjan Ford wrote in the affidavit.
Then they stopped at Sam's No. 3 before dropping off Jarrett's body back at his home. But they kept the bank card…
About 4 a.m., authorities say, the pair flagged down a Glendale police officer and told him that Jarrett might be dead at his house.
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