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Two 16-year-old Females Threaten Mountain Vista High School

Highlands Ranch, Colorado – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office was made aware of a threat against Mountain Vista High School on Saturday, December 12, 2015. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office acted immediately and has determined there was a credible threat, which has resulted in two 16-year-old females who attend Mountain Vista High School being identified…. Read On

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Christmas For Kids

DOUGLAS COUNTY – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office in partnership with the Highlands Ranch Wal-Mart, is sponsoring the 4th annual ”Christmas for Kids” event. The event will be held on Saturday, December 12, 2015, at the  Store located at 6675 Business Center Dr., Highlands Ranch, CO 80130 (C470/Quebec) starting at 9:00AM. The “Christmas for Kids”… Read On

Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. and Groupon Provide Ultimate Protection for Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Police Patrol K9s

      Douglas County, Colorado- The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office’s K9s Scooter and Atlas have received ballistic vests thanks to a nationwide GROUPON EVENT that has raised over $39,000.00. The “Goods Pet Collection ” campaign for Groupon Grassroots to outfit police K9’s with bullet and stab protective vests ran May 11th through May 25th,… Read On

Colorado State Patrol Trooper Hit by Drunk Driver

On Sunday night, November 15, 2015 at approximately 8:50 p.m., a Colorado State Patrol Trooper, Jamie Jursevics, was fatally struck by a vehicle on I-25 just north of Tomah Road while assisting at the scene of an accident. After hitting the trooper the suspect fled the scene continuing southbound on I-25. The suspect was stopped… Read On