Yesterday, Grey Gosselin DOB 06-13-1991, received a 36-year prison sentence for motor vehicle theft, as a habitual offender. The incident, which occurred in May of 2023, detailed a dangerous crime spree by Gosselin that involved a stolen vehicle, a gun, and drugs. He also received an additional 15-month sentence for an incident that occurred while he was in jail. Court documents also show that he stated that he probably would have shot the cops if his magazine hadn’t fallen out of his gun.
“The commitment and dedication displayed by our detectives and the District Attorney’s office throughout the investigation and legal proceedings were truly commendable. Together, we have sent a strong message that criminal activities will not be tolerated and that our team is relentless in its pursuit of justice,” Sheriff Weekly said.
Information previously released on this case:
(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 a stolen license plate on the back and no front license plate. 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.