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Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock and DA John Kellner on Friday announced that 64-year-old Michael Jefferson was arrested in Los Angeles in connection with the 1985 murder of Roger Dean. We’ll have a story up shortly.

Katherine Gould has been found safe. She was found in Arapahoe County. “She is well” - “We can rule out kidnapping” - Sheriff Spurlock

“She is with one of our Deputies and she is on her way to be connected with her family.” - Sheriff Spurlock@dcsheriff 

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Katherine Gould: “She wasn’t kidnapped, she wasn’t abducted.” “It’s a huge relief” - Sheriff Spurlock@dcsheriff 

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@dcsheriff  Spurlock asks anyone who lives around Mammoth Heights Elementary and has a Ring camera, to go over its contents to see if those cameras spotted the missing child, and to contact the sheriff’s office if any information could be of use in this missing child’s case.

@dcsheriff  Sheriff Spurlock insists that anyone with information about the missing girl’s whereabouts, to please contact the sheriff’s office at (303) 660-7579. The news conference is over. We’ll be updating this story:

@dcsheriff  Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock asks community’s help after 12-year-old Katherine Gould left her home on her bike to go to school, but never arrived. She was wearing dark clothing when she left for school, and was riding a gray Trek bike.

A Red Flag gun law has led several Colorado counties to declare themselves second Amendment sanctuaries. Sheriff Tony Spurlock asks what that means: “Does that mean everybody gets to carry a gun… The sex offender that's registered down the street?”

We’ve updated our story on the murder-suicide involving two teenagers in Douglas County after Sheriff Tony Spurlock’s news conference.

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A Red Flag gun law has led several Colorado counties to declare themselves second Amendment sanctuaries. Sheriff Tony Spurlock asks what that means: “Does that mean everybody gets to carry a gun… The sex offender that's registered down the street?”

Here's the latest on the STEM School shooting, per Douglas Co. Sheriff Tony Spurlock: - Adult male & juvenile male in custody - Both suspects believed to be students - 8 students injured - Injured students are all ages 15+

Sheriff Spurlock: - 2 people walked into the school, engaged students in two separate locations - "A number of students" shot and injured - School notified dispatch "almost immediately" - 1 adult male, 1 juvenile in custody

Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock is providing an update on today's school shooting in Highlands Ranch, which injured eight people.

Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said two students walked into the school and opened fire in two classrooms.

UPDATE: Deputy Zackari Parrish, 29, was identified as the slain deputy, and Sheriff Spurlock said the deputy had been shot several times. Parrish is survived by a wife and two children.

“This is Colorado. Everybody has a gun. We anticipate that when we respond to them that people have guns, and we address that in that fashion," Sheriff Spurlock said.

DCSO Sheriff Spurlock says the shooting this morning was "ambush style" with suspect firing more than 100 rounds. Deputy Zachary Parrish, 29, was killed. He is survived by his wife and two young children. Four other deputies were shot, injured.

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“This is Colorado. Everybody has a gun," Sheriff Spurlock said. Read the latest on the fatal Douglas County shooting:

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