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Watcher 6 years, 5 months ago on Wall found guilty of DWAI

More food for thought. Who is going to pay the increased premiums for him when he does start driving a county car again? YOU & I will most likely get stuck with paying it.

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Watcher 6 years, 5 months ago on Wall found guilty of DWAI

What it has ALL come down to is incredibly BAD judgment! He is after all the top LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER in the county.

First drinking (even one drink) while driving a county owned vehicle, second having guns (3) around, third, refusing to take a blood or breath test (That was totally STUPID if he was not drunk), fourth, not resigning with some shred of decency for the previous 3 reasons, and now for not resigning but saying he will run for re-election.

What ever happened to the "internal investigation"? LOL

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Watcher 6 years, 7 months ago on The Record for Apirl 23

A courtesy ride home for the harasser; nice. And I thought that harassment was a crime.

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Watcher 6 years, 7 months ago on Sheriff tightens jail policy

Sorry guys, all I know is that there was one. I was hoping the Pilot & T would investigate and let us all know what was up with the accident. I understand that it is hush hush.

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Watcher 6 years, 8 months ago on Sheriff tightens jail policy

kielbasa

  1. Inmate Worker (trustee). The classification of inmates who are given work assignments based upon a determination that they present a low security risk.

I did a check and found it is used both ways. Trusty & trustee. I do think that trustee is used most often.

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Watcher 6 years, 8 months ago on Sheriff tightens jail policy

Editor, the word is trustee NOT trusty. I understand it when the blogers can't spell and don't use correct grammer but please proof read the paper!

Why doesn't someone ask about the Undersheriff's latest wreck?

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Watcher 6 years, 11 months ago on Property taxes rising

Last year the Governor Ritter froze mill levies for school property taxes in effect raising our taxes. ( Due to increased valuations.) Before that, there was a limit to how much the money mill levy could raise. This in effect was an end run around the Colorado's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights which affords property owners some protection from tax bills escalating with real estate values. This is what the democrats at the capital wanted. I keep waiting to see if it gets challenged in the courts but so far I have not seen anything. Anyone else out there in blog land know about this?? Areas that see an increase in valuation will really feel the impact of this as our wealth (lol) is redistributed.

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