Montrose Man Who Allegedly Shot Woman Thought She Was His Dad
Sunday night (Nov. 5), 19-year-old Joseph Saur and 28-year-old Patience Stewart were hanging out in Patience's camper. During the late hours of the night in Olathe, things went awry.
“had a sex change and is now Patience Rian Stewart. … Joseph stated he acted in self-defense by shooting his father, (who) he explained had done bad things. … Joseph said his father went to a sex change operation to become a female. Joseph said his father became a female to hide his identity to keep from being caught.”
Joseph felt threatened by Patience and thought she was reaching for her gun, so he grabbed his gun first and shot her, according to KKCO. He shot her multiple times in the face and killed her. Joseph claims it was self-defense.
Joseph is held on suspicion of first-degree murder and is being held without bail in the Montrose County Jail. He is set for an advisement Wednesday, according to Montrose Press. His arrest also includes information about a call to 911 that Joseph might have made before he shot her.