El Paso County Deputy Receives DUI Enforcement Award
A Deputy with the El Paso County Sheriff’s office, Tony Scherb, was presented the 6th annual Ken Jordan Award on Tuesday, representing excellence in enforcement of Colorado DUI laws. Eight law enforcement officials were nominated for the award, including fellow Deputy Sgt. Michael Schaller and three candidates each from the Colorado Springs Police Department and the Fort Carson Police Department.
Schaub has been part of the Sheriff’s office since 1987, and was assigned to patrol duty in 1994. Two years later, he became one of the first Deputies to be assigned a position on the Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit.
This law enforcement award was named in honor of a former Colorado Springs Police Officer, Ken Jordan, who was shot by a DUI suspect, Marco Lee, in 2006 after Lee had been pulled over by another law enforcement agent for suspician of driving under the influence.
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