November 06, 2019 By Pam Zubeck Colorado Springs Independent https://www.csindy.com/coloradosprings/local-law-enforcement-raises-the-bar-for-officer-mental-health-programs/Content?oid=20653954
Nickolous Acevedo had eluded officers for more than two weeks after he fired at two sheriff’s deputies.
Confidential informants told officers that Acevedo said he wouldn’t be taken alive. So when the police spotted him in a vehicle in the 1800 block of North Weber Street, then-Sgt. Pat Rigdon and 13 other tactical enforcement officers rushed to capture him.
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