Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman Pays Tribute to an Exemplary Deputy and Role Model for Park County Youth
“Park County Sheriff Corporal Nate Carrigan was committed to his work, family and the teens he mentored. Colorado has lost a hero and our communities undoubtedly feel his loss.”
DENVER – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman today issued the following statement recognizing the work and sacrifice of Park County Sheriff Corporal Nate Carrigan.
“Today, an entire community comes together to remember and mourn not only a dedicated member of Colorado’s law enforcement family, but also a neighbor, a mentor and a friend. Corporal Nate Carrigan was all of these and he will continue to be a hero to the many lives he touched,” said Attorney General Coffman. “Colorado's law enforcement officers face unpredictable situations every day, and still they accept those risks in order to protect the lives of others. On behalf of all Coloradans, thank you for keeping our communities safe."
Corporal Nate Carrigan, 35, was killed serving a high-risk eviction notice to a residence in Bailey on February 24, 2016. He was a 12-year veteran with the Sheriff's Office and is survived by his fiancée and stepchildren.
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