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  • Parker Police have identified a person of interest, a Caucasian male named Clifford Galley “CJ”. He's believed to be with 2 unidentified Caucasian females.
  • Parker Police have identified a person of interest, a Caucasian male named Clifford Galley “CJ”. He's believed to be with 2 unidentified Caucasian females.
    

KUSA - Police have captured all three suspects, including two who fled on foot in a Parker neighborhood after firing at officers multiple times. 

Police identified the suspects as 23-year-old Clifford Galley, 19-year-old Gwen Devilbiss and 24-year-old David Vasquez.

Police told residents to avoid the area of Clarke Farms subdivision near Lincoln Avenue and Jordan Road. A CodeRED emergency mass notification went out to 3,000 phone numbers over a one mile radius.

According to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, just after midnight officers were attempting to contact a suspicious vehicle in Castle Rock near the Taco Bell off Plum Creek Parkway.

One of the people in the vehicle was Clifford "CJ" Galley, wanted on multiple warrants, according to police, for 1st degree assault on a peace officer with a weapon. 

The sheriff says the suspects fired shots at them before leaving the scene and heading north on Crowfoot Valley Road and into Parker.

Police say the suspects dumped the vehicle and fled on foot near the area of Jordan Road and Jordan Court. They were found and arrested by Saturday morning. 

The female party in the suspect vehicle, Gwendolyn Devilbiss, sustained a gunshot wound and was transported to a local hospital. She is currently in stable condition.

Two law enforcement officers were injured when the suspect's car rammed the police vehicles in an attempt to escape. One officer was treated at a local area hospital for minor bruises and abrasions and the other was treated for a leg injury and broken finger.

Both officers have since been treated and released.


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