Slain man found shot in Aurora McDonald’s parking lot identified


AURORA | A man mortally wounded by gunfire and found Tuesday in an Aurora McDonald’s parking lot was identified as Andrew Edward Billinger, 38, according to coroner officials in Arapahoe County.

Aurora police are looking for the driver of a silver car believed to be connected to a shooting that left resulted in Billinger being shot dead.

Investigators found Billinger, who had been shot at about 6:30 p.m. June 29, in the parking lot of the McDonald’s at 2651 S. Parker Road, near the border between Denver and Aurora, according to Agent Matt Longshore, spokesperson for the Aurora Police Department.

The Aurora Police Department’s major crimes and homicide unit has been tasked with investigating the shooting. Currently, authorities believe the shooter was driving a silver vehicle, though the make and model is unclear, according to tweets.

Anyone who may have potential information related to this fatal shooting is encouraged to call Aurora Detective Tim Glenn at 303-739-6068 or the Denver Metro Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867. Tipsters who call the Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and be eligible for rewards up to $2,000.

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Joe Felice
Joe Felice
3 months ago

Apparently there will be no end to the shooting. I knew we were in for trouble whenever the NRA back in the ’50s made it its mission to put a gun in every American’s hands. Well, the NRA succeeded. Someday, people will realize this. We are beholden to the almighty gun. All hail the gun and the people that use it!

Doug King
Doug King
3 months ago

Ok. Another shooting. Thoughts and prayers and pass the ammo?