Chief of Police Scott Spade recognized for his service

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Addresssing the Town Trustees, 14th Judicial District Attorney Brett Barkey noted Chief Spade’s outstanding work he has done to prosecute cases, his servitude to the community for the past 20 years, and his commitment to keeping the community safe. “The resources he has been provided to do that tough mission have always been kind of limited,” Barkey commented,

“I wanted to be here with my fellow law enforcement leaders to acknowledge what he has accomplished in his time as your chief despite those constraints, despite personal challenges, he has kept your community safe for all these years.”

Both Sheriff Brett Schroetlin and Chief Glen Trainor echoed these sentiments with Trainor adding that he has known Chief Spade a long time and appreciated his friendship which extended to when Spade owned and operated Gambles in Kremmling.

photo by Kim Cameron Law enforcement leaders at the Town of Kremmling July 18 meeting were (L to R) Sheriff Brett Schroetlin, 14th Judicial District Deputy District Attorney Kathryn Dowdell, Colorado State Trooper Russ Eisenbart, Winter Park/Fraser Police Chief Glen Trainor, Kremmling Police Chief Scott Spade, Kremmling Police Officer Jarred Sralla, and 14th Judicial District Attorney Brett Barkey.
photo by Kim Cameron
Law enforcement leaders at the Town of Kremmling July 18 meeting were
(L to R) Sheriff Brett Schroetlin, 14th Judicial District Deputy District
Attorney Kathryn Dowdell, Colorado State Trooper Russ Eisenbart, Winter
Park/Fraser Police Chief Glen Trainor, Kremmling Police Chief Scott
Spade, Kremmling Police Officer Jarred Sralla, and 14th Judicial District
Attorney Brett Barkey.