Report: Montezuma County deputy tells teacher ‘You’re dead’ in security check
CORTEZ, Colo. — A sheriff's deputy will be disciplined over a security check of schools in the southwestern Colorado town of Dolores during which he entered one classroom, pointed his finger like a gun at the teacher, and said, "'You're dead,'" officials said. Montezuma County sheriff's deputy Donnie Brown and school resource officer Kaylee Green also entered another unlocked class where Brown told they students, "'We need to shoot your teacher,'" Dolores school district superintendent Phil Kasper said in a letter to parents and staff.