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Arvada Center Discount

The Arvada Center has extended a 15% discount that will work on any theater events remaining for this season and into next season for any member of the Colorado State Patrol. A code will need to be used when purchasing tickets to redeem the discount. Thank you to Angelina Page for arranging this for the … Continue reading

Patrolmen Melvin Phillips and Floyd Gresham

Please take a moment to include Melvin Phillips and Floyd Gresham in your thoughts. Patrolmen Phillips and Gresham died instantly when their patrol car was smashed between two tractor/trailers seven miles southeast of Hugo on US Highway 287, February 2, 1956. The officers had stopped a southbound truck and were issuing clearance to the driver, … Continue reading

Remembering Sergeant Wesley Rosette

Please take a moment to include Wesley Rosette in your thoughts today. Sergeant Wesley Rosette was killed near Price, Utah in a collision with two trucks January 31, 1951. Rosette and Grand Junction Sheriff E. E. Redmon were en route to pick up a prisoner for return to Colorado. They met an eastbound truck passing … Continue reading

Recognition of Service

Congratulations to the following ACSPP members on their years of service with the Colorado State Patrol: Gary Cutler – 15 Years of Service Scott Bair – 10 Years of Service Daniel Chermok – 10 Years of Service Gerald Cisneros – 10 Years of Service Matthew Normandin – 10 Years of Service Bryce Schumann – 10 … Continue reading

Congratulations

Congratulations to the following ACSPP members on their recent promotions:  Mark Buneta, Joy Grissom, Natalie Satterwhite, and Ronald Krasnisky.

Remembering Patrolman Wallace McCarty

Please keep Patrolman Wallace McCarty in your thoughts today. On January 22, 1946, Patrolman McCarty was killed when a truck hit his patrol car head-on about 3.5 miles south of Hudson on US Highway 6. McCarty was returning to Wray from Denver with Leslie Dale Wells, an automobile dealer. Wells died instantly, and McCarty was … Continue reading

Remembering Trooper Jason Manspeaker

Please take a moment to include Trooper Jason Manspeaker in your thoughts today. Trooper Manspeaker was responding to a call on January 23, 2001, regarding the possible sighting of two fugitives of the “Texas Seven,” who were wanted for the slaying of an Irving, Texas police officer. After passing eastbound through the Eisenhower Tunnel on … Continue reading