Sheriff: Deputies face disciplinary action after school security incident

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Sheriff: Deputies face disciplinary action after school security incident

During security check, deputy reportedly pointed teacher and said, ‘You’re dead’
Dolores students return to school Monday morning. On Friday, Superintendent Phillip Kasper updated parents about an incident that occurred during a deputy and school resource officer’s security check that alarmed school staff.
Montezuma County Sheriff Steve Nowlin on Friday said two deputies face disciplinary action after “inappropriate” behavior during a security check at elementary and secondary schools in Dolores.
Dolores school officials and sheriff officers (background) watch over students as they arrive on campus Monday morning.
Staff must use a electronic key pass to enter the Dolores Elementary School. All visitors to the school are assessed by camera and intercom before being buzzed in.

Sheriff: Deputies face disciplinary action after school security incident

Dolores students return to school Monday morning. On Friday, Superintendent Phillip Kasper updated parents about an incident that occurred during a deputy and school resource officer’s security check that alarmed school staff.
Montezuma County Sheriff Steve Nowlin on Friday said two deputies face disciplinary action after “inappropriate” behavior during a security check at elementary and secondary schools in Dolores.
Dolores school officials and sheriff officers (background) watch over students as they arrive on campus Monday morning.
Staff must use a electronic key pass to enter the Dolores Elementary School. All visitors to the school are assessed by camera and intercom before being buzzed in.