BREAKING: Deputy killed in “ambush-style” Attack Near Denver Colorado

BREAKING: Deputy killed in “ambush-style” Attack Near Denver Colorado

As we prepare to usher in the New Year, we have reminders of remnants of the Era of Obama.

An ambush style attack leaves a Colorado deputy dead and four other wounded just outside of Denver.

As reported by Fox News

A domestic based disturbance which took place in a Denver suburb sparked an “ambush-style” attack that left a young Denver Sheriffs Deputy dead, four others injered and two cilvilians injured at an apartment complex on the south side of Denver. On the south side number

The suspect fired off around 100 rounds with a rifle at the Copper Canyon apartment community in Highlands Ranch, Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said.

“They all went down, almost within seconds of each other,” Spurlock said.

What appears to be routine sometimes isn’t. And that’s why law enforcement officers should be respected. Sadly, America exits one of the worst errors for standing up for law and order since frontier days.

The unnamed suspect, who died during the attack, was known to law enforcement, Spurlock said. He did not reveal exactly how the suspect died.

Spurlock identified the deceased officer as 29-year-old Zackari Parrish, who had been a Douglas County deputy for seven months.

“I can’t tell you how difficult it is for a leader to sit down with a spouse of an officer who was killed in the line of duty,” Spurlock said. “They had many hopes and dreams. He was doing his job and he was doing his job well.”

Parrish is survived by his wife and two children and previously worked for two years at the Castle Rock Police Department.

The wounded officers:

Deputies Mike Doyle, 28; Taylor Davis, 30; and Jeffrey Pelle, 32; and Castle Rock police officer Tom O’Donnell, 41, were said to be in stable condition. The civilians had suffered non-life threatening injuries, Spurlock said.

Pelle is the son of Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle, Fox 31 Denver reported.

Police previously said residents of the area should shelter in place and avoid windows. Multiple law enforcement agencies and a SWAT team responded to the scene.

 President Trump already responded, tweeting out his condolences:

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper also issued a statement. He said, “our thoughts and prayers” were with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and the family and friends of Deputy Parrish.

“We can only imagine the depth of grief they are experiencing,” he said. “We also hope for a speedy recovery for the Douglas County deputies and the Castle Rock police officer injured in the incident, as well as the residents who also were affected.

He added, “The call to protect and serve too often leads to this ultimate sacrifice. We are grateful for the service of Deputy Parrish, his fellow deputies, and that of the Castle Rock police officer.  We pray for their and their families’ strength and resolve in the days and months ahead.”

Now we wait for Leftists to blame guns, and call for gun control. More Leftist nonsense put on steroids during the Era of Obama.

Thankfully soon we will flush the ways of Obama, as America re-enters the era where we respect law enforcement.

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