First joint ceremony in history of departments
Detective Shawn Cronce, second from right, receives the Deputy Ron King Memorial Award May 15 at the Douglas County Sheriff's Office and Castle Rock Police Department Joint Awards Ceremony, for her dedicated work protecting children as part of the pattern crimes unit. Presenting the award to Cronce is Sheriff David Weaver, right, and the daughters of the late Ron King, Amanda Smith, left, and Kim King, second to left, and Ron's sister, Patsy King. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
Lorena Lopez, a senior at Chaparral High School, was one of 30 students in the state to receive the County Sheriffs of Colorado Scholarship Award. Presenting it to her May 15 at the Douglas County Sheriff's Office and Castle Rock Police Department Joint Awards Ceremony is Sheriff David A. Weaver. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy Carlos Aguilar receives the Sheriff Commendation Award from Sheriff David A. Weaver for his work in responding to and saving a man's life, who was trapped in his apartment and unable to move for three days, while he was off duty. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
Receiving the Douglas County Sheriff's Office Medal of Valor at the May 15 Douglas County Sheriff's Office and Castle Rock Police Department Joint Awards Ceremony was from left DCSO Lt. Dan McMillan, Deputies John Glassburner, Greg Black and Joe Spezzano and on behalf of Agent Jason Walter who was away on training, his wife Melody Walter. Receiving the award from the Castle Rock Police Department, was, next in line, Cpl. Timothy Grandy, Officer Adrian Mendez and Thomas O'Donnell. Presenting the award is DCSO Undersheriff Tony Spurlock. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
Corey McNellis was a two-time Colorado wrestling champion at Ponderosa. His older brother Chris was the Mustangs' first-ever state champ.