On May 12, 2020, Deputy Reed and Deputy Juhl responded to an address on Bradshaw Road in Eastern El Paso County on a report of a Criminal Trespass in progress.
The caller reported a young female entered a building on their property.
Deputy Reed and Juhl found the trespasser, she was later identified as a developmentally challenged teenager with the mental capacity of a child much younger. When the deputies returned the child to her residence they learned she was an adopted child of an elderly couple. The couple provided her with a tracking device. But, unfortunately she would leave the device behind and the couple was unaware of her whereabouts when she went missing.
Deputy Reed, who makes holsters and other equipment out of a strong plastic material called “Kydex”, asked if he could make a holder for her that would be more lightweight and in colors she would enjoy wearing.
The family was overjoyed with the idea and said absolutely! Not wanting to waste any time, and wanting to prevent the child from going missing again, Deputy Reed made the device overnight and he and Deputy Juhl presented it to the family on May 13 at their residence.
Thank you for going above and beyond Deputy Reed!
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