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Grand Jury Asked to Investigate Sheriff Incident

District Attorney 14th14th Judicial District Attorney Brett Barkey has asked the District’s Grand Jury to investigate the September 15th, incident in Tabernash where Grand County Sheriff Brett Schroetlin shot and wounded a suspect. Schroetlin says the suspect attacked him with a knife. Senate Bill 15-219 requires the District Continue reading

Shooting in Grand County

District Attorney 14thAn officer involved shooting in Grand County yesterday has left one man hospitalized and three law enforcement officers on paid administrative leave as an outside party conducts an investigation. The Grand County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a burglary in progress at the Snooty Coyote Liquor Continue reading

Officers Held Hostage Before Shooting

Hand, Georgie 01131972 (1)The 14th Judicial District Attorney’s Office has released more details regarding Monday’s officer involved shooting in western Moffat County. At around 2 Monday afternoon, Colorado Parks & Wildlife Officer Nathan Martinez and Moffat County Sheriff’s Deputy Bhrent Shock were investigating  a suspicious vehicle off of the road on US Highway 40 east of Dinosaur, when the officers encountered a male and female who, according to the evidence, briefly took Continue reading

District Attorney Confirms Officer Involved Shooting

District Attorney 14thThe 14th Judicial District Attorneys Office has shed a little light on yesterday’s “critical incident” near the Colorado/Utah border…but not much. The Office says there was an officer involved shooting, but won’t say how the incident went down. Their Critical Incident Command Team is investigating the Continue reading

Sheriff’s Office Vague about “Critical Incident”

moffat-county-sheriff-300The Moffat County Sheriff’s Office is being vague about an incident that occurred yesterday afternoon, in which a Moffat County Deputy Sheriff and a Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) District Manager were involved in what the department is calling a “critical incident” with two Continue reading