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Video: Colo. Sheriffs Sue To Overturn Gun Laws

May 20, 2013
Nearly nine of 10 Colorado sheriffs have signed onto a lawsuit seeking to overturn a trio of new gun-control laws signed into law in March. Of the state's 64 sheriffs, 55 support the lawsuit announced Friday that's spearheaded by Weld County Sheriff John Cooke.

Colo. Sheriffs Protest Obama Gun Control

April 3, 2013
Sixteen Colorado sheriffs will publicly protest federal gun-control initiatives today as President Obama visits the Denver area to meet with law enforcement leaders and community members.

Colo. Sheriff Won't Enforce 'Knee-Jerk' Gun Control

March 19, 2013
In the coming days, Gov. John Hickenlooper is expected to sign laws expanding background checks to purchase firearms and limiting ammunition magazines to 15 rounds. The laws passed the state's legislature last week.

Colo. License Plates Would Honor Fallen Officers

February 13, 2011
Deputy Basil Marciniak was inspired to create the plates, following the fatal shooting of Weld County Deputy Sheriff Sam Brownlee. Marciniak and the Colorado Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) are obtaining the required 3,000 signatures needed for approval.

Gang Member Killed Colorado Deputy With Service Weapon

November 24, 2010
Investigators are still trying to determine how Rueben Reyes was able to get the gun away from Weld County (Colo.) Sheriff's Dep. Sam Brownlee during a scuffle.

Colorado Deputy Killed In Gunfight With GTA Suspect

November 23, 2010
Weld County (Colo.) Sheriff's Deputy Sam Brownlee was fatally by a suspect deputies pulled over south of Greeley.
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