The victim in this case died from his injuries sustained in the shooting. He has been identified as 27 year old Maurice Maestas. The investigation is still very active and on-going. The police department is asking that anyone who has information on the case, and has not spoken to police, to please contact Detective Fidel Sanchez at 970-351-5394.
Shooting Investigation- 20G87658
On October 29th, 2020, at 2:57 in the afternoon, the Greeley Police Department responded to reports of a shooting in the 1100 block alley of 11th Avenue. Upon arrival, officers contacted an adult male with an apparent gunshot wound to the head. Officers rendered aid until medical personnel arrived. The victim was transported to a local hospital by ambulance.
This is an active criminal investigation. We will release additional information as it becomes available. The suspect, in this case, is still at large.
If you have any information on this case and have not spoken to an officer, please contact Detective Sanchez at 970-351-5394.
Residents and community members are invited to a virtual workshop for the Natural Areas, Trails, and Open Lands “Get Outdoors Greeley” plan.
•English language virtual workshop: Thursday, Dec. 3, at 4:30 p.m.
•Spanish language virtual workshop, Friday, Dec. 11, at 6 p.m.
•Spanish language virtual workshop Saturday, Dec. 12, at 2 p.m. https://bit.ly/GreeleyOutdoors3.
Community members can review the draft plan online and provide comments at greeleygov.com/NaturalAreas. The website allows community members to add comments and view concerns, aspirations, and feedback from others. Anyone who wants to submit a comment must do so by Dec. 13.
Learn more at https://greeleygov.com/…/officials-seek-public-feedback-on-….
[📷 by Linda Kolba]
Greeley’s natural areas are places where visitors can connect to nature in an up close and personal way. Spend the day on a bike touring the Poudre trail. Watch birds and deer along the river. Stroll through a quiet cottonwood forest with your best two or four-legged friends.
Congratulations to Mrs. Schleicher, 5th-grade instructor at Scott Elementary Sch…
Congratulations to Mrs. Schleicher, 5th-grade instructor at Scott Elementary School, on being selected as our Health Nut of the Month by our Greeley-Evans District 6 Worksite Wellness program!
Congratulations to our November Health Nut of the Month, Christina Schleicher, 5th grade teacher at Scott Elementary School! Here’s what her nominator had to say: “Christina is serving as a role model forhealthy living for her fifth grade students. She has been volunteering for the after school program Be Strong Be Fit. She has been running with her girls and providing them with encouragement to begin a health journey of their own.”
Thank you, Christina, for being an excellent role model for students and staff!
See Christina’s story here: https://www.greeleyschools.org/Page/12358
Give thanks to a veteran by getting involved with Wreaths Across America at Linn…
Give thanks to a veteran by getting involved with Wreaths Across America at Linn Grove Cemetery. Sponsor a wreath or volunteer. Learn more about the event and ways organizers are keeping the event safe: http://greeleygov.com/…/press-r…/wreaths-across-america-2020
Wreaths Across America at Linn Grove Cemetery, Greeley, CO
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