Upcoming I-25 Traffic Shifts, Lincoln to County Line

Information courtesy of Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) In an effort to reach a major milestone on the I-25 widening project from Lincoln Avenue to County Line Road, nightly lane closures will be performed until the northbound traffic shift is

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Responds to Home Invasion Burglary Over the Weekend, Arrests Four Involved

On September 26, 2014, about 11:40 P.M. Douglas County Regional Dispatch Center received a 911 call in reference to an assault that had just occurred at a residence located in the 12000 block of Lost Canyon Trail, Parker, CO At

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International group of crime analysts awards DCSO’s computer sleuth

Sheriff’s analyst helps catch criminals from her desk with powerful tools and technology When Michele Kennedy at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) looked at the hits on her computer screen last year, she spotted a pattern. Each hit was

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Castle Pines Octoberfest Safety Day

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has been invited to participate in the ‘Castle Pines Octoberfest’ event that is being put on by the Castle Pines North Businesses and the Castle Pines Community. This event will occur on Saturday, September 27th,

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office to Participate in National Drug Take Back Day

Got Drugs? Drive through and turn in your unused or expired prescription and over-the-counter medication for safe disposal. ITEMS WHICH CANNOT BE ACCEPTED: Needles and sharps Mercury (thermometers) Oxygen containers Chemotherapy/Radioactive substances Pressurized canisters Illicit Drugs Saturday, Sept. 27 10

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office to Host 6th Annual One Day Citizen Academy

2014 Citizens Day Application The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for its annual Citizen Academy.  This is a great opportunity to learn more about the Sheriff’s Office, in a short amount of time. The one-day class will

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First annual James J. Peters Memorial Award given to Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Deputy for helping troubled youth

Deputy Jason Presley will receive the award at Juvenile Assessment Center fundraiser Wednesday  The Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) has chosen an Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Deputy to receive the first annual James J. Peters Memorial Award in honor of the former

Posted in 2014 News

Upcoming Nighttime Closures on I-25 between Lincoln to County Line

Sept. 3, 2014 Contact: Amy Ford, CDOT Communications Director (303) 514-4913 / amy.ford@state.co.us Emily Wilfong, CDOT Communications Manager (720) 541-0529 / emily.wilfong@state.co.us Upcoming Nighttime Closures on I-25 between Lincoln to County Line As part of an effort to widen I-25 from Lincoln Avenue to County

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DCSO Seeks Public’s Help in Identifying Suspects Using Stolen Credit Card

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a vehicle trespass case involving three subjects. The white male and the white female in the attached photos used a credit card at a 7-11 in Colorado Springs that was stolen from an

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September is National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month Are you ready should a local emergency occur? Make it a priority – prepare yourself and your family – including your pets and livestock. Stock your home with food, water, medicines, and other ongoing needs

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Free Community Emergency Response Training (CERT)

The CERT class is designed to teach volunteers how to help in any emergency situation, man-made or natural. CERT also teaches volunteers what their roles are in an emergency situation and how to be prepared at all times. The Classes

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Fraudulent Scheme Returns to Douglas County and Front Range

NARRATIVE:  The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) is receiving reports of a fraudulent scheme where someone is representing themselves to be a DCSO Deputy.  This is not the first time this has happened.  We were advised earlier this year of

Posted in 2014 News

Over-Night Weekend Lane Closures on Lincoln Ave

Lincoln Avenue Lane Closures Lone Tree, CO – The City of Lone Tree has scheduled concrete repairs on the Lincoln Avenue bridge over I-25 beginning August 15, 2014 through September 15, 2014 (weather dependent). The construction activity will require the

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CDOT to install temporary ramp metering on Southbound County Line Road I-25 on-ramp

On Tuesday, August 12 the Colorado Dept. of Transportation (CDOT) will install temporary ramp metering at the I-25 / County Line Road Interchange for the southbound on-ramp only.  The temporary ramp metering will remain in place for approximately two weeks

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Change of the guard – National Night Out – and watch our Wildland Fire Hand Crew in action

The Briefing Room is a magazine of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. Inside: Changing of the Guard Meet Sheriff Spurlock’s new command staff Leaving a Legacy – Former Sheriff David A. Weaver Pictures of National Night Out in Douglas County

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Participates in National Night Out This Evening

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is gearing up for the 2014 Annual National Night Out celebration, scheduled for tonight, Tuesday, August 5, 2014, from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm. The purpose of this event is to reduce property crime, through

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Sheriff Tony Spurlock Appoints CBI Deputy Director to Chief Deputy

Sheriff Spurlock will appoint Steve Johnson to Chief Deputy at a Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) promotion ceremony on August 4, 2014. Steve Johnson will be leaving his current position as Deputy Director of Investigations for the Colorado Bureau of

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DCSO Explorer Post 10-4 Hosts Open House

The DCSO Explorers will be having their annual open house on August 26, 2014 at 6:00-8:00 pm. The location will be at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office in the Patrol/Detention Briefing rooms: 4000 Justice Way, Castle Rock, CO 80109 Open

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DCSO Exploreres Competed in 2014 Explorer Regional Conference

The DCSO Explorer Post 10-4 traveled to Gunnison Colorado for this year’s annual LEEPAAC (Law Enforcement Advisor Association of Colorado) Regional Conference. DCSO had eleven of our explorers and five of our explorer advisors attended this year’s conference. Our explorers

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Seeks Help in Identifying Theft Suspect(s)

The Colorado Lottery Investigations Office and The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying and locating 2 person(s) of interest wanted for questioning in several separate theft cases in the Denver Metro Area. In July of

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In his first act as Sheriff, Tony Spurlock names new command staff

Sheriff makes DCSO history by appointing first female Undersheriff Moments after 18th Judicial District Judge Paul A. King swore in Tony Spurlock as the 33rd Sheriff of Douglas County, Spurlock got down to business. He announced his new undersheriff would

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Open Public Meeting Announced for FEMA-approved Hazard Mitigation Plans

Local jurisdictions are required to have FEMA-approved Hazard Mitigation Plans to better position resources in advance of a disaster and to qualify for mitigation funding from FEMA. Douglas County is the lead agency for updating the multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan

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Tony Spurlock Appointed Sheriff of Douglas County

Today, Undersheriff Tony Spurlock was unanimously appointed as the 33rd Sheriff of Douglas County by the Board of County Commissioners to fill the recent vacancy left by former Sheriff David A. Weaver.  Earlier this week, Weaver was appointed to the

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Highlands Ranch ECCV Water Well Update

Dear Highlands Ranch resident, We wanted to let you know about some construction work that is beginning this summer near Highlands Ranch High School. The East Cherry Creek Valley (ECCV) Water and Sanitation District will be working over the next

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Sheriff David A. Weaver Wants Citizens to be Smart and Safe during 4th of July Weekend

Sheriff David A.  Weaver wants to remind citizens even though we are not currently under fire restrictions in Douglas County, we all need to do our part to be smart and safe during the upcoming 4th of July weekend. If

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The Medina Alert announces FREE App for Hit & Run witness communications!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 24th, 2014 Contact: Larry L. Stevenson (720) 854-8896, larry@themedinaalert.com The Medina Alert Program officially released its Hit & Run Notification App Available on iPhone, Andriod & Blackberry… Denver, CO. (June 24, 2014) – The Medina Alert

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) Receives K9 Protective Vest from Nationwide Groupon Campaign

Nationwide Groupon Campaign raises over $335,000 for law enforcement K9 protective vests The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office K9 Zoos has received a ballistic vest thanks to a nationwide GROUPON EVENT that raised over $335,000.00. Sheriff David A. Weaver said he

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Female Crime Fighters – the mental, physical and tactical challenges of being a female cop

Read about female enforcers in the DCSO –and other cool stuff around Douglas County in the June, 2014 issue of The Briefing Room.  Click on the magazine to read. http://issuu.com/douglassheriff/docs/june_briefing_room_2014?e=6481174/8309604

Posted in 2014 News

Heavy Smoke in Douglas County From Out of State Fires

Douglas County Regional Dispatch Center Is experiencing a high volume of calls related to smoke from fires out of state. Heavy smell of smoke and some haze is reported throughout Douglas County. At this time we ask that you only

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Taking it to the streets – Residents take oath to help protect Douglas County

Nineteen people held up their right hands on May 8, and swore to Sheriff David A. Weaver to uphold the law and protect their families and neighbors. With that, they became the 9th class of Community Safety Volunteers (CSV) to

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Douglas County CodeRed – Are You Registered to Receive Free Emergency Notifications

CodeRED is the phone emergency notification system that allows public safety personnel to send messages directly to residents.     Home phone numbers, cellular  numbers or an email address may be entered so citizens can be contacted even if not at home. 

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DCSO’s Honor Guard posts colors during CO Avalanche game

The DCSO’s Honor Guard presented the Colors for the Colorado Avalanche Hockey team on April 6, 2014 while the Star Spangled Banner was sung to the crowd. The Color Guard includes Detective Christine Brite, Deputy Ian Hutcheon, Deputy Daniel Potter,

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office recommends online system to help citizens keep track of valuables

                                  Douglas County Sheriff’s Office recommends online system to help  citizens keep track of valuables Douglas County- Sheriff David A. Weaver encourages all residents to use a free online system that will help keep track of valuable — and invaluable

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Third and Final Dog Recovered

The third and final dog was located this morning in the area of Palmer Divide. The dog was returned to the kennel and the investigation continues. We continue to thank the public for the leads that have stemmed from those

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2013 Annual Report Douglas County Sheriff’s Office

Click on the report to read it–or you can cut and paste this link into an open browser to view the report. http://issuu.com/douglassheriff/docs/dcso_annual_report_2013_issuu?e=6481174/8192108

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Cheesman Dam valve testing Flows in South Platte River will increase June 10–11

Cheesman Dam valve testing Flows in South Platte River will increase June 10–11 DECKERS, Colo. — June 3, 2014 — Denver Water will be testing a new valve system at Cheesman Dam, located about five miles southwest of Deckers, Colo.,

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Second Dog Recovered

A second dog was recovered late this morning. The dog was in close proximity to the kennel tethered to a fence.  The dog was returned to the kennel and the investigation continues. We continue to thank the public for the

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ROXBOROUGH RESIDENTS: BEARPROOFING SAVES BEARS

June 2014 Colorado Parks and Wildlife has received several reports of bears in Roxborough Village. Most of these reports involve bears getting into bird feeders and trash, as well as entering open, occupied garages. These calls are a weekly occurrence

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) Seeks Publics Help Locating Stolen Military/ Police Trained Dogs

On 05/31/14 at about 0600 am DCSO responded to a private kennel, Gunbil German Shepherds located at 14360 Arfsten Rd. in reference to three police / military dogs that were stolen. It is believed the theft/ burglary occurred sometime between

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Injured Hiker Rescued Near Devils Head

20 members of Douglas County Search and Rescue assisted with the rescue of an injured 60 year old hiker Sunday evening. The hiker was ¾ of a mile up the Devils Head Trail from the parking area where his injury

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) Arrests two in Connection with Graffiti Vandalism in Highlands Ranch

On 05/19/14 DCSO took a report of Criminal Mischief (graffiti) in the area of Foothills Park in Highlands Ranch, CO. Several locations were spray painted within this area to include sidewalks, a playground and signs around the park with profanity

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Victim Assistance Volunteers Honored for 10 Years of Service

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office recognized two long time volunteers with a 10 year award on May 12, 2014.  Joanne Witowski and Shelley Browning have both dedicated themselves to assisting victims of crime for the last 10 years.  Both women

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Douglas County Sheriff Will Honor Citizens and Employees at an Awards Ceremony to be Held on May 12, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at Cherry Hills Community Church

Douglas County Sheriff David A. Weaver is honored to recognize several employees as well as citizens at an awards ceremony on May 12, 2014, 7:00 pm at Cherry Hills Community Church, 3900 E. Grave Blvd. Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Awards

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Update on Wanted Person, Joshua David Evans is in custody

Joshua David Evans is in custody. An alert citizen called a tip into the Douglas Regional Dispatch center this evening. Evans was concealed in his residence in Highlands Ranch (an address Law Enforcement checked multiple times without success). Through the

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Seeks Publics Help Locating Wanted Person

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) is seeking the public’s help in locating Joshua David Evans. DCSO has been investigating a case involving Joshua David Evans since January 2014. A warrant was issued on 04/25/2014 for alleged charges of Sex

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Missing Endangered Adult

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance with locating a missing and endangered adult. Please see link: Langrell_14SIS15_PublicVersion

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DCSO seeks Publics Help with Identifying Suspect in Credit Card Fraud

Please see the attached Crime alert. We are asking for help in identifying the suspect pictured in the attached flyer. crime alert 14-29677

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Seeks Victim Assistance Volunteers

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Victim Assistance Program is seeking volunteers to be trained during September 2014 – October 2014.  This program assists victims of crime and surviving families in cases of death by providing immediate crisis intervention, referrals, and

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Metro Denver Crime Stoppers Tip Lead to Arrest of Wanted Person

The U.S. Marshals Service Violent Offender Task Force of which the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is affiliated with arrested Deshawn Flores at a Motel 6 in Lakewood on 04/30/14. Flores was wanted out of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office for

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Douglas County Emergency Personnel Conduct Interagency Wildland/ Evacuation Drill

Douglas County is conducting an exercise designed to prepare firefighters, law enforcement officers and the public to respond to a wildland fire. The wildland fire exercise I-Drill (Interagency Drill) is this Saturday May 3, 2014 from 7:00 am thru 6:00pm

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Reminder…..National Drug Take Back Day Saturday April 26th, 2014

DCSO Drug Take back 2014 Got Drugs? Drive through and turn in your unused or expired prescription and over-the-counter medication for safe disposal. Saturday, April 26 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Highlands Ranch Substation 9250 Zotos

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Fraud Prevention and Safety Summit

Please click on th Summit Registration Flyer – final (3) link for the May 15th Fraud Summit registration information. Please share with anyone you think might be interested and be sure to sign up yourself! There is no cost for registration

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Invitation to Prepare for the first National Day of Action

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) We invite you to register your participation in America’s PrepareAthon!, a nationwide campaign to improve the Nation’s resilience. This National Day of Action takes place on April 30, 2014. By registering your participation in the

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Crime Trend Alert/Daytime and Evening Residential Burglaries in Highlands Ranch

      CRIME TREND INFORMATION FOR HIGHLANDS RANCH RESIDENTS The area of Highlands Ranch has recently been experiencing a trend of daytime Residential Burglaries.  Most of these crimes involve the criminal entering thru a back sliding glass door, a

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Jury Finds Defendant Guilty of Luring 14-Year-Old for Sex on Craigslist

Douglas County Internet Crimes Detective Posed as Child CASTLE ROCK – On Wednesday, April 16, Ronald Laroy Lewis, 34-years-old of Lakewood, was found guilty of one count of Internet Sexual Exploitation of a Child and one count of Internet Luring

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DCSO Does Not Use Third Party Vendors to Make Fingerprinting Appointments

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind the public that you do not need to make an appointment for fingerprinting.  Customers are handled on a first-come, first-served basis only, no appointment is necessary.  Recently, there have been several

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Douglas County Sheriff Reminds Citizens of Wildfire Threat in Turkey Tracks Recreational Area

Douglas County Sheriff David A. Weaver and the U.S. Forest Service would like to remind visitors to the Turkey Tracks area (U.S. Forest Service road 343, near HWY 67 and Mile Marker 89, west side of road) of the threat

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Reminder…..National Drug Take Back Day Saturday April 26th 2014

DCSO Drug Take back 2014 Got Drugs? Drive through and turn in your unused or expired prescription and over-the-counter medication for safe disposal. Saturday, April 26 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Highlands Ranch Substation 9250 Zotos

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DCSO Continues to Receive Reports of Scammer Identifying Self as Douglas County Deputy on Fraudulent Phone Scheme

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) continues to receive reports of a fraudulent scheme where someone is representing themselves to be a DCSO Deputy.  The suspect calls on the phone and tells the citizen they have to immediately pay a fee

Posted in 2013 News, 2014 News

John Swietlicki Located in Wisconsin

John Swietlicki was just located in Neenah Wisconsin by the USMS without incident.  He will be booked into the Winnebago County Jail in Oshkosh WI. Thanks to everyone for your assistance!

Posted in 2013 News, 2014 News

Third Annual Cycle Against Violence

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Pursues Kidnapper / Carjacker

A multi-jurisdictional police investigation involving a man who stole a car with a four-year-old boy in it outside a gas station in Longmont this morning, carjacked two other cars, crashed into a vehicle, then fled until Douglas County Sheriff’s deputies

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Sheriff allows deputies to grow facial hair until St. Baldrick’s shave-a-thon March 13th

Let it grow: Deputies go scruffy for a good cause Sheriff allows deputies to grow facial hair until St. Baldrick’s shave-a-thon March 13th Douglas County Sheriff’s deputies will look a little ragged in the week ahead as their hair grows

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A Night with the Stars-2014

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank all of our volunteers for all that they do. Here is a small video that highlights some of the work they do. Thank you! Click here to watch the amazing story!

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More Ways to Visit Inmates in the Douglas County Jail

On February 27, 2014, the VizVox video visitation system used at the Douglas County Detention Facility was replaced.  The new visitation system, provided by Telmate, allows video visitation from kiosks at the Douglas County Detention Facility (similar to the VizVox

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Crime Trend Report/Bicycle Thefts

Crime Trend Alert: Bicycle Thefts Bicycle thefts have increased in recent weeks.  Apartment complexes, townhome areas, and other high occupancy dwelling areas are being targeted by thieves.  The most recent cases involve locks being cut from secured bikes and the

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Having a Heart – When you’re in a crisis, DCSO’s victim advocates are all heart

Click on Magazine to Read Also inside The Briefing Room, February 2014: North, South, East, West – DCSO Deputies give their best A Night with the Stars – The rich and famous thank our Community Safety Volunteers In the Saddle

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Missing Endangered Person has been located Safe

Demirel “Damon” Levigne has been located and is safe. Thank you to everyone for your assistance.

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The Rescue of Two 18 Year Old Hikers and Their Dog on Sunday

Douglas County Search and Rescue FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT INFORMATION           Bruce Fosdick Title:  President Email Address: B_FOS@msn.com 303-688-2751 Release Date:  February 25th, 2014                                  Release Time: Immediately What:  The Rescue of Two 18 Year Old Hikers and Their Dog  Narrative:  Two

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Missing/ Endangered Person

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help with locating Demirel “Damon” Levigne. Please see flyer: Levigne flyer

Posted in 2013 News, Archives

Wildfire Mitigation & Prep Workshop

Wildfire Mitigation & Prep Workshop This no-cost Workshop will provide information to citizens regarding wildfire hazard reduction techniques, community wildfire mitigation and preparedness efforts, evacution planning and insurance needs. Douglas County Events Center 500 Fairgrounds Drive in Castle Rock, Colorado

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This message in intended to minimize public concern about police and fire personnel training on Saturday February 22nd !

On Saturday February 22nd between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM public safety training will be held in Castle Rock at: Douglas County High School (North and South) and at Douglas County Human Services building, 4400 Castleton Court This training is

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The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office will be receiving a ballistic vest thanks to a nationwide GROUPON EVENT.

K9 Zoos will be receiving a ballistic vest. K9 Zoos and handler Deputy Todd Tucker are pictured below. Please see the below release from Vested Interest in K9’s, Inc. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office will be receiving a ballistic vest

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Castle Rock, Douglas County law enforcement work together to pursue rumored threats to schools

Media Contacts: Douglas County Sheriff’s Office            Ron Hanavan                rhanavan@dcsheriff.net                         303-814-7089 Town of Castle Rock                 Karen McGrath             kmcgrath@CRgov.com                         720-290-2827   Castle Rock, Douglas County law enforcement work together to pursue rumored threats to schools Community safety is of

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Train Derailment in Sedalia/Update

On 02/06/14, at approximately 1:30PM, a train derailment occurred at HWY 67 and HWY 85 in Sedalia.  17 cars derailed. All cars were empty and all cars that derailed remained upright and no other hazards exist and there are no

Posted in 2013 News

Scammer Identifies Self as Douglas County Deputy on Fraudulent Phone Scheme

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) received a report of a fraudulent scheme where someone was representing themselves to be a DCSO Deputy.  The suspect called on the phone and told the citizen they had to immediately pay a $850 fee

Posted in 2013 News, Archives

Fox Hunt Circle Shooting

On 01/31/14, at approximately 7:30PM, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 500 Block of Fox Hunt Cir. to a report of a shooting inside a residence. Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputies determined that four people were inside the residence.

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Douglas County Justice Center expansion proceeding on time and on budget

The Justice Center expansion started in August of 2012 which comprises the renovation and expansion of the County’s justice center to address serious concerns about facilities for inmates with mental illness, inmates with medical issues, ADA requirements, overall site security

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Missing Mans Remains Located

NARRATIVE: On November 6, 2012 at 1812 hours, Douglas County Regional Dispatch Center received a call of an abandoned vehicle on Platte River Road near the intersection of Highway 67. The vehicle was registered to Terry LeMay. The vehicle was

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Announces Scholarship to be awarded in 2014

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is excited to announce our commitment to the education of the youth of Douglas County; Sheriff David A. Weaver has established a scholarship fund and will award nine ($500).  The Sheriff’s Office considers this an

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SKYVIEW ACADEMY INCIDENT UPDATE

On 01/14/14 just after 10am Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Littleton Fire Department and South Metro Fire Department responded to SkyView Academy on a call of a chemical device that ruptured. We are not at liberty to discuss the specifics of

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Skyview Academy Event

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Littleton Fire Department and South Metro Fire Department are on scene at SkyView Academy for some type of chemical device that went off. We are determining if this is a malicious or accidental event. All students

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Update: MISSING ENDANGERED PERSON LOCATED SAFE

Deanna Moreno has been located and is safe. We would like to thank everyone for your help! Please see  flier for request from the public to locate a missing and endangered adult female. SUBJECT:      Deanna Moreno, 72 year old female

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Important Considerations for Landlords/Tenants

Important Considerations for Landlords/Tenants As we begin the new calendar year 2014 in partnership with the Douglas County citizens, we are taking this opportunity to remind landlords and tenants of potential concerns.  To avoid future problems please take the time

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Undersheriff Tony Spurlock Announces New Technology added to “CodeRED”

CONTACT #1: Deputy Chad Teller, Public Information Officer, 303-660-7510 NARRATIVE: In October of 2012, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office announced its transition to a new mass notification system called “CodeRED”. CodeRED is a high-speed telephone emergency notification system that allows

Posted in 2013 News

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Arrests Mother on Attempted Murder

On December 9th, 2013 Douglas County Sheriff’s Office responded to a suicidal subject, in the 4900 block of Laurelglen Lane in Highlands Ranch. Deputies arrived on scene and found two small children standing in front of the house and found

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U.S. FOREST SERVICE PREPARES FOR PRESCRIBED BURNS

NEWS RELEASE USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region Pike & San Isabel National Forests, Cimarron & Comanche National Grasslands South Platte Ranger District 19316 Goddard Ranch Ct. Morrison, CO  80465   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Contact: Alissa Roeder, District Fire

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Update: Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Makes Arrest In Vehicular Assault on A Deputy Case

NARRATIVE: On 11/24/13 around midnight deputies were in the area of Pendleton Drive, in Highlands Ranch investigating an underage alcohol party. A deputy was conducting interviews related to the underage party near the roadway when an unknown vehicle, with their

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Seeks Public’s Help in Identifying Suspect(s) Related to a Vehicular Assault on A Deputy

On 11/24/13 around midnight deputies were in the area of Pendleton Drive, in Highlands Ranch investigating an underage alcohol party. A deputy was conducting interviews related to the underage party, near the roadway when an unknown vehicle with their headlights

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Undersheriff Tony Spurlock announces additional online services to the public

Earlier this year, Sheriff David A. Weaver unveiled an online ticket payment service to the public. This program has been very well received by the public for its convenience. Starting tomorrow, December 12th   2013, Undersheriff Tony Spurlock announces the unveiling

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Arrests one person involved in Pet Door Burglaries

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office recently experienced pet door burglaries; a person had been crawling through a pet door to steal items of value from residences. On November 29th, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to an in-progress burglary in Highlands

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Douglas County Sheriff Will Honor Citizens and Employees in Awards Ceremony to be Held on December 10th, at 6:00 p.m. at the Douglas County Commissioner’s Hearing Room

Douglas County Sheriff David A. Weaver is honored to recognize several employees at an awards ceremony on December 10th, 2013 at 6:00 pm at The Douglas County Commissioner’s Hearing Room, located at 100 Third Street, Castle Rock, Co.  Awards to

Posted in 2013 News, Archives

Douglas Regional 911 Communication Center receives Initial Accreditation Award for Public Safety Communication

The Douglas Regional 911 Communication Center has received the Initial Accreditation Award for Public Safety Communications from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). On Saturday, November 16th, Sheriff David A. Weaver along with other members from the

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Employee Receives Lifetime Achievement

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Employee Receives Lifetime Achievement Award NARRATIVE: Long time Douglas County Sheriff’s Office employee receives “Exemplary Leadership Award” which recognizes outstanding service to the Victim Assistance movement presented to her by Undersheriff Tony Spurlock at the 2013

Posted in 2013 News

What to do about common scams!

What to do about common Scams! Scammers target people from all age groups, but the age group they like to target most is the older adult group (seniors).  These criminals will act like your friend, but they will be more

Posted in 2013 News, Fraud Alerts

Sheriff Dave Weaver introduces updated pay plan for Douglas Counties Deputies

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, along with many other front range law enforcement agencies, has struggled over the last few years with the economic hardships placed on agencies as the economy declined.  Several years ago after the market crashed, a

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Douglas County Christmas for Kids 2013

Douglas County Christmas for Kids 2013 The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has coordinated the Christmas for Kids Program for the past 14 years and provided gifts to approximately 650 families in need. The Sheriff’s Office is continuing this tradition in

Posted in 2013 News

Crime Trend Information for Douglas County Residents

CRIME TREND INFORMATION FOR DOUGLAS COUNTY RESIDENTS Douglas County has recently been experiencing a trend of vehicle trespasses.  Some of these crimes involve a trespass to an unlocked vehicle. There have also been some cases of pet door burglaries in

Posted in 2013 News, Fraud Alerts

Living with Wildlife in Colorado

WHAT:  Living with Wildlife in Colorado Because Colorado is home to a wide variety of wildlife, encounters between humans and animals happen frequently.  Recently, moose have been spotted in several parts of Douglas County.  While observing moose in locally is

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Free Wildfire Mitigation Seminar for Homeowners and Property Owners on Nov. 9

Free Wildfire Mitigation Seminar for homeowners and property owners on Nov. 9 Are you a homeowner or property owner in rural Douglas County or one who lives near forested areas or on large acreage?  Please take advantage of a free

Posted in 2013 News

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Douglas County Sheriff

Justice Center

4000 Justice Way
Castle Rock, CO 80109
Phone: 303.660.7505

Office Hours

Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Highlands Ranch Substation

9250 Zotos Drive
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
Phone: 303.784.7800

Office Hours

Monday through Friday
7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.


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