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Deputies Recover Stolen Vehicle, Illegal Gun, and Make Several Arrests

Deputies Recover Stolen Vehicle, Illegal Gun, and Make Several Arrests

(Highlands Ranch, Colorado) On May 28, 2023, a Douglas County deputy located a stolen vehicle in the area of S. University Blvd and Highlands Ranch Pkwy. The black Kia had stolen license plates on the front and back. As deputies began to pin in the vehicle, several occupants fled in different directions. Deputies caught the driver after a brief foot chase. He was later identified as Grey Gosselin, (DOB 06/13/91), a resident of Fort Collins. During the foot chase, Gosselin attempted to dispose of a Glock 43 with no serial number. He was taken into custody after he slipped and fell on some gravel. He was also in possession of a small quantity of methamphetamine. Gosselin is facing charges of possession of a weapon by a previous offender, 1st degree aggravated motor vehicle theft, unlawfully carrying a concealed weapon, resisting arrest, tampering with physical evidence, unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

The front seat passenger was later located by a deputy in a nearby store. She was later identified as Savanah Hatfield-Gallegos (DOB 07/08/1996). She provided deputies with false information upon initial contact and was later identified as Savannah. Deputies took her into custody for providing false information, obstructing a peace officer and multiple warrants.

Deputies tracked down the male passenger, identified as Antonio Martinez (DOB 12/22/1958), who was arrested for multiple outstanding warrants.

While searching for the occupants of the KIA, deputies contacted two other individuals, who had several warrants and were taken into custody. While they were being booked into jail, deputies discovered what appeared to be a crushed up M30 pill and two small baggies commonly used to transport illegal narcotics.

A charge is merely an accusation, and a defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

“I am extremely proud of the exceptional efforts of our dedicated deputies who recovered a stolen vehicle, apprehended a felon in illegal possession of a weapon, and apprehended individuals with outstanding warrants. This should send a clear message to criminals that we will not tolerate crime in Douglas County, and we will continue to work tirelessly to protect our residents,” said Douglas County Sheriff Darren Weekly.