SEDALIA, Colo. – An off-obligation Denver Police sergeant is dealing with DUI costs following a crash that despatched him to the hospital Thursday night time.
In accordance with the Colorado State Patrol, Sgt. Randy Penn, fifty nine, was drunk when he drove his Jeep off an entry street close to Colorado Freeway eighty five close to Sedalia.
After the Jeep left the street, troopers say it collided with an indication after which continued down an embankment. It got here to a relaxation on its wheels simply earlier than a culvert, a CSP report famous.
Paramedics transported Sgt. Penn to Sky Ridge Hospital with critical accidents. He was later launched and is now dealing with a number of expenses, together with DUI, careless driving and possession of a weapon whereas underneath the affect.
The Denver Police Division confirmed to Denver7 Monday night Sgt. Penn has labored with the division for greater than 30 years. He’s at present assigned to the division’s SWAT unit.
Tyrone Campbell, a Denver Police spokesperson, stated Sgt. Penn was on trip in a personal car on the time of the crash.
Campbell stated the division would tackle its considerations with Penn as soon as he returns from trip. He couldn’t say what that entailed or when Penn would return.