header background image
Current Weather 52° F
  • Jefferson County District Attorney Banner
  • District Attorney

    Floyd Sandoval Charged with First Degree Murder

    District Attorney Peter Weir announced today that charges have been filed against Floyd Anthony Sandoval, Jr., DOB: 2-26-90, in the Edgewater alleged murder of John Goggin. Sandoval has been charged with:

    • First Degree Felony Murder (F1);
    • three counts of Aggravated Robbery (F3);
    • Accessory to First Degree Murder (F4);
    • Accessory to Aggravated Robbery (F5);
    • Menacing with a Deadly Weapon (F5);
    • Possession of Marijuana with intent to Manufacture or Distribute Marijuana or Marijuana Concentrate (5-50 lb) (drug felony 2);
    • Conspiracy to Sell, Distribute or Possess Marijuana (5-50 lb) (drug felony 2)
    • Possession of a Weapon by a Previous Offender (F6);
    • two Violent Crime counts; and
    • two Special Offender counts

    On October 17, 2013, Edgewater Police were called to John Goggin’s home at 2555 Sheridan Blvd. on a report of a possible shooting. Police found Mr. Goggin had suffered a gunshot wound. He died from his injuries at a hospital a few hours later.

    Mr. Sandoval was one of two men who are alleged to have been at John Goggin’s home around the time he was shot. Investigators are still asking for help in identifying another man. His photo is attached.

    Anyone who might have information about this case is asked to call investigators with the District Attorney’s Office at 303-886-3568.

    Mr. Sandoval’s next court date is a status conference on October 31, 2013, at 1:00 PM in Division 11 of the Jefferson County District Court. He is being held without bond at the Jefferson County Detention Center.

    Carl Blesch

    October 25, 2013

    Floyd Sandoval

    Edgewater Fatal Shooting Man In Hat

    Edgewater Fatal Shooting Man In Hat Close

    Last Updated: 10-25-2013
  • The filing of a criminal charge is merely a formal accusation that an individual has committed a crime(s).
    A defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. See Colo. RPC 3.6.