(FoxNews.com) - Police in a Colorado city just outside of Denver said "multiple deputies" are down after being shot while responding to a disturbance call early Sunday.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said in a tweet that citizens in Highlands Ranch should shelter in place and avoid windows.
“We have multiple officers down,” Deputy Jason Blanchard told the Denver Post. “We are not giving numbers or status at this point, we are still working on getting the suspect in custody.”
Happy New Year From Siberia!! (Oh wait, it's actually warmer in Siberia right now!)
I remember back in the 90's they would throw everything they had into the air when the ball dropped.........including the urine in the container they used for hours!
Bitter cold, penned up for hours.......this is a year to stay home.
NYPD allowing officers to wear knit hats as they guard Times Square on New Year’s Eve in freezing cold
“You're going to see not just NYPD but you're going to see other law enforcement agencies, you're going to see the New York State Police, you're going to see the National Guard, you're going to see more presence of the MTA police officers.” But keeping the city safe is not something that law enforcement can do alone.
The New York City Police Museum added 2 new photos.
Curator’s Corner – On this Day - December 31, 1982 - New Year’s Eve Bombings - At 9:27 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, a bomb, planted by the FALN terrorist group, exploded at 26 Federal Plaza, home to the FBI in New York. In response, Police Officer Rocco Pascarella conducted a security sweep of Police Headquarters – 1 Police Plaza, and observed a discarded fast-food container on the ground by the North Entrance. At 9:55 p.m. as Officer Pascarella moved closer to investigate, the box exploded seriously injuring Pascarella, and destroying a revolving door. Two members of the Bomb Squad, Detectives Pastorella and Senft came to Officer Pascarella’s aid. When they arrived on the scene, Pascarella was so disfigured and covered in blood that the Bomb Squad officers didn’t realize he was a uniformed cop until they found his gun! Despite his injuries and massive bleeding, Officer Pascarella explained to the two detectives how the bomb was disguised. Pastorella and Senft then received a call to investigate two additional suspicious packages on the other end of Police Plaza, near St. Andrew’s Church. They first cleared the area of civilians, and following protocol, placed Kevlar blankets over the devices and put on their bomb suits. Just as Pastorella and Senft knelt to dismantle the first device, it exploded. Witnesses saw Senft fly fifteen feet into the air. All 3 sustained serious injuries: Pascarella was left blind in one eye and with permanent injuries to his left leg, Senft was blinded in his right eye and broke his hip and Pastorella was blinded in both eyes and lost the fingers of his right hand. In addition to receiving the Department’s Highest Honors, on 12/31/2007 the Security Annex Building at 1PP was dedicated to honor Detectives Rocco Pascarella, Richard Pastorella and Anthony Senft for their bravery and heroism on that New Year’s Eve in 1982. Their service and sacrifice will never be forgotten!
Chicago and Baltimore turned on their protectors and vilified them. The cops there are fearful to take action and I can't blame them.
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