Students show support for sheriff's office

Posted 2/5/18

Pre-K and kindergarten students of Primrose School at Highlands Ranch Business Park, 9055 S. Ridgeline Blvd., spent two weeks crafting cards and collecting treats to deliver to the Douglas County …

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Students show support for sheriff's office

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Pre-K and kindergarten students of Primrose School at Highlands Ranch Business Park, 9055 S. Ridgeline Blvd., spent two weeks crafting cards and collecting treats to deliver to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office in light of the recent officer-involved shooting.

Deputy Zackari Parrish, 29, was responding to a domestic dispute at a residence in the Copper Canyon Apartments, 3380 E. County Line Road, in Highlands Ranch, the morning of Dec. 31 when he was shot and killed. There has since been an outpouring of community support for the family and the sheriff's office.

To show their compassion for law enforcement, the Primrose students wrote individual thank-you cards and created a giant card for deputies. On Jan. 30, they hopped on a bus and delivered their gifts to the sheriff's office.

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