Help Support the New WCSO Officer Benevolence Fund!
With the flood of 2013 came a reminder that sometimes our fellow officers are not just rescuers, but also victims of crisis circumstances. The Weld County Sheriff's Office has an Officer Benevolence Fund that can offer help for those emergencies. Please help support our brothers and sisters by purchasing our "kick-off" fund raiser T-Shirt. Over 50% of the purchase price will go to this fund.
For more information please contact, Deputy Bureau Chief Sally Gomez or Commander Morgan May via e-mail or phone at 970-356-4015. Thank you!
DBC Sally Gomez – firstname.lastname@example.org or extension 3939
Commander Morgan May – email@example.com or extension 2648
Adams County Sheriff Doug Darr Responds to the Sentinal
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Colorado Sheriffs Announce Federal Lawsuit to Protect the Second Amendment Rights of Colorado Citizens
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Featured Fugitive – Adam PONCE
PONCE is wanted by DOC. Download a poster here >>
Adam Jose Ponce
5 feet 8 inches, 210 pounds
WANTED for Attempted Murder and Parole Violation
Weld County Fallen Officers’ Memorial Fundraiser
The Weld County Fallen Officer’s Memorial Organizaion is selling cookbooks to help fund the Memorial. Please visit the memorial website for more information at
For more information on the cookbooks download a flyer here >>
Deputy Sam Brownlee - End of Watch 11-23-2010
Deputy Sam Brownlee was 43 years old when he died in the line of duty on November 23, 2010.
Deputy Brownlee was fatally wounded after a struggle with a suspect wanted on assault and stolen motor vehicle charges out of Morgan County, Colorado. The suspect died during the incident.
Sam was born in Denver and raised in Greeley where he graduated from high school. After completing the police academy he worked for Gilcrest and Ault Police Departments before joining the Weld County Sheriff’s Office in 2006. In 2006 Sam received a lifesaving award; he was a Field Training Officer, and an instructor in the use of Taser and firearms. Survivors include his wife, Heather, two step children and two sons.
Deputy Brownlee became the first Weld County Sheriff's deputy killed in the line of duty in 70 years.
A memorial fund has been set up at Chase Bank in Greeley. Donations can be made to the account number 2973017086.
Cards for the Brownlee family may be sent to Weld County Sheriff’s Office at 1950 “O” St Greeley CO 80631.
HARVEST TIME BURGLARIES
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