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Kaitlin Durbin

News Public Safety Reporter

Kaitlin Durbin covers public safety for The Gazette. The Ohio native joined the newspaper's staff in 2016. She previously worked in Mansfield, Ohio. You can reach Durbin at Kaitlin.durbin@gazette.com or by phone at 719-636-0362. Follow her on Twitter at @njKaitlinDurbin.

A poster of Brandon Browne still roams Colorado Springs on the back of a taxis, asking "Do you know who killed me?" Browne was shot to death in 2004. He death remains unsolved.
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Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette
The view from Mount Belford, just west of Mount Oxford and the rest of the Collegiate Peaks in central Colorado, on Friday morning. (Nathan Van Dyne, The Gazette)
Colorado Springs police officer Tre Pinyerd operates one of the two bomb robots the Colorado Springs Police Department and the El Paso County Sheriff's Office use to dismantle bombs and other police activities Thursday outside the Colorado Springs Police Operation Center. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Pal Hope. Photo courtesy Colorado Springs Police Department.
The Woodland Park Police Department is asking for help identifying this woman, believed to have been involved in a burglary over the weekend.
El Paso County Sheriff Deputy Younkin stands with K9 Blitz, his partner of six years.
Colorado Springs Police Chief Pete Carey (back left) and El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder (second from left) are among area law enforcement that will be playing soccer with youth this summer as a part of a "Kick-around" initiative to connect with youth and promote healthy activities. Games are from 6 to 8 p.m. each week night at one of six area parks.
Mark Wooten