In the Bailey case, he was obviously less than human in your minds. Except this time the ACLU caught you bullies red handed. Now the county has to pay “an undisclose
I would like to thank Deputy Martinez ( I'm sorry I don't know his first name). He was working at the events center for Centennial
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW 2018 YEAR TO PUEBLO COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE.
Thank you to all, that made the return home for the Beulah Valley residence'
The sheriff's dept, state patrol, all fire department
This is the time we can be proud to live in Pueblo and the surroundin
Prom is a time to make memories.
What kind of memories will you make???
Pueblo County High School student Peter Herrera wanted to make Senior Prom a day he and his date, Taylor Bruner, would remember forever!!
Peter enlisted the assistance of Pueblo County Sheriff’s Detention Bureau Chief Jeff Teschner to help create memorable pictures while showing his support for Law Enforcement. ...
“I’m passionate toward law enforcement officers. Sometimes they have a negative image but I’ve always looked at them as positive and wanted to show them support. Since my date and I are supportive of law enforcement, I thought it would be neat to take our prom pictures with a sheriff’s car and some deputies.”
Chief Teschner arranged for the unique prom photo shoot prior to tonight’s prom at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center.
Having a little fun is what prom should be about. Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk M. Taylor reminds teens to have fun, create memories but most of all to not put their future in jeopardy by adding alcohol or drugs to the festivities.
Underage drinking and use of drugs is illegal. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is impaired driving and can have costly and even deadly consequences. Don’t ruin your prom night. Stay sober and stay safe!
Wasted. Stoned. High. Drunk. If you get behind the wheel of a vehicle, it's all impaired driving. Drugged and buzzed driving is still driving under the influence. Drive High, Get a DUI. Be Safe!