Can't believe, his family has been living in our community since August. Most people in our neighborhood are nice and friendly. Denver Post: The American accused of killing two Pakistani civilians has a home in Highlands Ranch, 9News has confirmed. The U.S. State Department is trying to get the man released, saying he has diplomatic immunity. Wednesday afternoon, multiple sources confirmed that Raymond Allen Davis has a home in Highlands Ranch. Davis' security firm has filed paperwork to do business in Colorado. Pakistani authorities are currently holding Davis on suspicion of murdering two Pakistani civilians last Thursday in Lahore, Pakistan. The U.S. State Department has spent the last few days trying to secure Davis' release on a belief he has diplomatic immunity and that he was acting in self-defense. Davis is currently renting a home with his wife in Highlands Ranch and Davis' wife gave 9News a name and number she says she was instructed to give to reporters. The name is that of a government spokesperson and the number is in Washington, D.C. Public records checked by The Denver Post indicate Davis, 36, and his wife have lived in Highlands Ranch since August, and he has previously lived in Las Vegas, Lexington, Kent., Vail, Ariz., Fort Bragg, N.C., and other previous locations. His is listed as the managing drector of Hyperion Security Services LLC since April 2008, and the business address was the same as Davis' home in Arizona. Its online business profile says Hyperion is engaged in "detective, guard and armored car services" and employees two people. Pakistani media is covering the case extensively and multiple, sizeable rallies have been held inside Pakistan calling on the Pakistani government not to release Davis to the American government. One Pakistani newspaper has repeatedly called Davis "an American Rambo." A spokesperson for the U.S. State Department refused to confirm the man's identity but said the U.S. government is currently trying to bring the man home. Denver Post staff writer Joey Bunch contributed to this story.