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Virtually every relative and friend of mine who was or is in law enforcement, have told me that the scariest and most dangerous calls they respond to are domestic disturbance calls. They say that when they arrive, people are angry and not thinking clearly and the situation can easily get violent and deadly.

That’s what sheriff’s deputies in Douglas County, Colorado, just south of Denver, faced early Sunday morning. They responded to a domestic disturbance call at an apartment complex. Early reports indicate that when deputies and fire department vehicles arrived on the scene, the suspect opened fire, striking 5 deputies and 2 civilians. At least 1 deputy died from the wounds and it’s believed that the suspect was also killed.

(Fox News) – An early morning New Year’s Eve domestic disturbance call sparked a mass shooting that has left at least one deputy dead, four others injured and two civilians wounded in an apartment complex just south of Denver.

The suspect, who is now believed to be dead, is no longer a threat to the public, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said.


DC Sheriff


**Copper Canyon OIS Update**- Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance resulting in shots fired. 5 deputies shot by suspect. 1 deputy confirmed deceased. 2 civilians also shot by suspect. Suspect shot & believed to be dead & no longer a threat. #CopperCanyonOIS

The officers and civilians were shot while responding at the Copper Canyon apartments in Highlands Ranch early Sunday morning and their current conditions are unknown…

Undoubtedly, anti-gun advocates will begin their routine mantra for more gun control before they even learn the details about why and how this tragedy took place. They never care about the details, unless the details favor their cause to eventually ban guns from private ownership. They will blindly blame guns for what is caused by a Godless society.





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