In the face of deafening silence from two otherwise boisterous presidential campaigns, Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson is vowing to continue his maverick campaign to bill President Obama and his challenger Mitt Romney for election-related security expenses.
Heavy rains this week were not enough to justify lifting Arapahoe County’s fire ban.
On July 9, Sheriff Grayson Robinson said he would maintain the county’s prohibition on open burning and fireworks through at least this weekend.
On May 26, Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Deputy Eric Lawson received the Award for Excellence as Instructor of the Year for the Colorado Alive at 25 Program from the Colorado State Patrol Family Foundation.
Former sheriff serving 2 years probation By Peter Jones After 17 days in jail, but five months of criminal intrigue in the media, former Arapahoe County Sheriff Pat Sullivan became a free man again April 21. He was released for good behavior on what is called “good time served.”
Investigators unsure of Columbine connection By Peter Jones A Newton Middle School student faces felony charges after Arapahoe County Sheriff’s deputies discovered bomb components in the boy’s home. Investigators began quick work on the case on April 18 after a Centennial school-based deputy was told a student had made threatening comments. “He was talking in [...]