High-altitude policing

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High-altitude policing

From mine spills to human tragedy, Silverton keeps lawman-author busy
Sheriff Conrad’s blotter

“Issued a verbal warning to a Silvertonian who exhibited zero patience with vehicular windowshoppers (We’ve all been there),” he writes.
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“Meetings, about meetings, to have meetings, where we meet people and discuss meeting our goals concerning the Gold King Mine Spill.”
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“Responded to another stuck jumper at adrenaline falls. The 13-year-old finally just jumped in the dark; Darwin works in mysterious ways.”

High-altitude policing

Serving as a the chief law-enforcement officer in San Juan County, with a population of about 600 people, inevitably thrusts San Juan County Sheriff Bruce Conrad into the lives of friends, often at their most vulnerable and trying times.
San Juan County Sheriff Bruce Conrad writes a diary-esque blotter for the Silverton Standard & the Miner, that is must reading for townsfolk.
San Juan County Sheriff Bruce Conrad designed his own badge.
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