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Stolen German Shepherd Found Severely Dehydrated

(Photo: Douglas County Sheriff’s Office)
(Photo: Douglas County Sheriff’s Office)
(Photo: Douglas County Sheriff’s Office)

Three German Shepherds were stolen Friday between 10 PM Friday and 5:30 AM Saturday from Gunbil German Shepherds in Larkspur.

Since then, two of the German Shepherds have been found and the most recent was severely dehydrated.

The kennel’s owner told 9NEWS that two of the dogs taken were “basic trained,” meaning they are house pets or for show. The owner said the other dog was “specialty trained” with some military and search-and-rescue training. It is not known whether or not the one of the German Shepherds found was one with specialty training.

If you know anything about the last German Shepherd or anything about the abductor, please call the Douglas County Sheriffs Office tip line at (303) 660 – 7579.

Hail Storm Rips Through Castle Rock No Reports of Damage

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castlewood-ranch-viewThis evening a severe weather cell passed through Castle Rock dropping marble size hail. As of now, there’s been no reports of damage.

When hail storms like this hit, so do the roofing scams. If you find a roofer knocking on your door, do not sign or agree to anything until you check them out, verify they are a reputable local business and are fully insured.

Click here to search for a local BBB accredited roofer.

 

 

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2014 Elephant Rock Ride

Elephant Rock Ride
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If you haven’t had a chance to join in on the fun at the Elephant Rock Ride, then you’re missing out.

The 2014 Elephant Rock Ride that was held at the Douglas County Fairgrounds was a first for me and it was a blast. I packed the family up and headed down the road to catch some of the action.

Take a look at the video below, and I apologize, it was at times a bit bumpy because I had to balance chasing a four year old around while trying to catch some shots of the rider,s but you’ll get the idea. Hats off to Scot Harris the organizer as well as the tremendous efforts put forth by the Castle Rock Chamber.

To learn more about this event, as well as next year’s ride, check out http://www.elephaltrockride.com.