Video captures officer attempt to enter home without a warrant - second officer lies to homeowner about being a cop

Targeted homeowners claim they know who murdered JonBenet Ramsey 

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on October 28, 2015 at 8:31 P.M. C.S.T.

The name JonBenet Ramsey is still haunting the state of Colorado.

Curtis and Danielle Kekoa, Northglenn, have publically stated for years they believe their former pastor, Bob Enyart, Denver Bible Church, murdered the child in 1996.

The Kekoa’s bold statements include accusations against law enforcement have gotten the attention of authorities – but not the kind of attention one might think regarding an unsolved murder.

The Kekoa’s state they believe the unidentified DNA found at the scene of the JonBenet Ramsey murder-scene will match Enyart or one of his associates; beliefs they say that are derived from information they learned while they were members of his church, which they say they later learned is a satanic cult.

The Kekoa’s themselves were visited by police and asked to provide DNA samples during law enforcement’s investigation into the murder of Jessica Ridgeway. The Kekoa’s say that while law enforcement asked people that were clearly not suspects in any way, they refuse to ask Enyart or his associates for DNA in either the Ridgeway or Ramsey murder cases. 

Records show that after going public about Enyart, the Kekoa’s life became a quagmire of visits from the police and child protective services, while simultaneously, violent death threats against their family went ignored and un-investigated.

The Kekoa’s maintain there has been a concerted effort to shut them up about what they know regarding Enyart and his criminal associates, which include Arapahoe County Deputy Gordon Carroll.

The Kekoa’s life has been a dizzying kaleidoscope of police and social service investigations that have always rendered unfounded results; while state and federal law enforcement in Colorado has overtly ignored evidence regarding international public safety, such as actual e-mails sent to the Kekoa’s from a person boasting to be a “serial killer” that is going to break the world record. The Kekoa's say the emails are sent by Enyart.

But things changed in August of 2015.

Powerful new evidence now exists to support the Kekoa’s claims they are the target of a rogue police operation intended to silence and intimidate them.

It is staggering.

The Kekoa’s say they have received serious death threats, including threats to be “garroted” (the way JonBenet Ramsey was murdered), without any interest being taken by law enforcement.

Despite ignoring the severity of the threats made against the Kekoa family, records show Colorado law enforcement responds to nearly any social service complaint or call to police about the Kekoa’s; no matter how frivolous.


On August 19, 2015, the Northglenn Police Department received a report that a “pool noodle” (foam rubber pool toy) from the Kekoa’s back-yard (the Kekoa’s have six children) had gotten into the neighbor’s yard.

The City of Northglenn police and community services department responded with a task force against the already traumatized and embattled family under the pretense they were there to help ‘mediate’ the ‘situation’. 

The Kekoa’s were ready with fixed and mobile cameras.

On August 20, 2015, the Kekoa’s captured video and audio evidence of Northglenn Police and City officials engaging in clear misconduct, violations of criminal statute, as well as possible violations of their constitutional rights.

Footage captured in the private video-sting set up by the Kekoa’s shows Stephanie Pelster, a neighborhood services officer supervisor, walk up and attempt to open the Kekoa’s house door.

Pelster attempted to open the door before even knocking.

Stephanie Pelster, City of Northglenn, community services officer, is captured on surveillance video attempting to open the door of Curtis and Danielle Kekoa. Pelster is not a police officer; has no warrant; and does not identify herself. Pelster then proceeds to pound on the door some 30 times.

Finding the door locked, Pelster then proceeded to pound on it some 30 times without indentifying herself.

Pelster is a neighborhood service officer, which is not a police officer.

Three community service officers and one NGPD officer converged on the Kekoa home despite them having committed absolutely no violation of any kind. The Kekoa’s then abruptly exited their home and began demanding business cards from every officer present.   

“You’re banging on our door like your SWAT,” Curtis Kekoa said to Pelster.


Camera angles captured by Curtis Kekoa then show Michelle Soustek, Northglenn Police Department (NGPD), who was present at the scene, telling Curtis Kekoa she is not a police officer when he asked her about her police badge and emblems.

“No, again, I’m just here; I’m just part of the mediation team; the uniform doesn’t mean anything right now,” Soustek said.

“It kind of does because it says police right on it,” Curtis Kekoa said.

Michelle Soustek, Northglenn Police Department, hands Curtis Kekoa a business card identifying herself as a community service officer, which is not a police department position. Soustek is wearing a NGPD uniform and tells Curtis Kekoa "the uniform doesn't mean nything right now".

Soustek replies and is heard to say what sounds like, “I have to wear it in the morning”.

Curtis Kekoa asked Soustek for her card and was given a business card that states she is Community Service Officer #438 with the NGPD.

However, according to the City of Northglenn’s police website, Soustek is listed by the NGPD as Animal Control Officer #8807.

The numbers Soustek is using don’t match and the titles are completely different.

The fact is, Soustek – a police officer – was part of a task force that attempted to illegally enter the home of a private citizen without a warrant or probable cause of any kind.


Pelster then begins to question Danielle Kekoa about her politics and belief system.

“What do you guys stand for? I mean are you like, umm, do you acknowledge government and stuff like that,” Pelster asked.  


After forcing the Kekoa’s out of their home and into a discussion with law enforcement they did not want to have, Danielle Kekoa mentioned their online campaign to expose Bob Enyart and the satanic cult they say is responsible for the murders of JonBenet Ramsey, Dylan Redwine, Jessica Ridgeway, and others.

Pelster, then told Danielle Kekoa,” You need to be careful”.

The ominous presence created by the four officers was called out by Curtis Kekoa when he asked Carlson about his utility belt and badge that looked like that of a “bounty hunter” as opposed to a friendly neighborhood mediator.

The observation was very relevant to Curtis and Danielle Kekoa and the safety of their family because they have been visited by unknown individuals dressed in uniforms. 

Camera angles captured by Curtis Kekoa show Carlson making bizarre statements such as, “We want to try to help you”.

Three community service officers and one NGPD officer converged on the home of Curtis and Danielle Kekoa. The Kekoa's had committed no violation of any statute, rule, or code. The task force had no warrant attempted to enter the Kekoa's home. The Kekoa's were forced out of their home after an officer pounded on their door some 30 times. The Kekoa's were forced to talk about their politcal views and belief systems. The Kekoa's were forced to talk about information the police already have in their records. The Kekoa's were asked if they recognize government. When the NGPD officer was asked about being a police officer, she claimed she wasn't a police officer at that moment and her uniform didn't mean anything.


Danielle Kekoa tried to contact Pelster following the incident but Pelster would not return her calls. She finally made contact with Carlson by telephone many days after the incident.

“We didn’t even commit a code violation and then you come at us and force us out of our home and force us into a confrontation when we’re trying to avoid this. And what the problem is, we have people calling you guys with false allegations and frivolous concerns and you guys respond right away; yet we get death threats and I can’t get anybody from Northglenn to follow up on who is threatening to kill us and now you want to force us out of our home, and these people that have been threatening to kill us Tom, they impersonate police officers,” Danielle Kekoa said.

“If there is a call that is, you know, as far as, any type of a violation, which you know, somebody throwing something over somebody else’s fence could technically be littering,” Carlson said.

Write Into Action is continuing to investigate.

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