- The following news story is found in a Saturdays morning paper
"3 Sheriff's deputies Kill last night in Juno County"
Over the last few weeks the lack of rain has caused many counties to declare a burning ban. At 4:30am on 6/16/12 fire observation towers saw the glow of a paticularly large bonfire. They called this in to the Juno County Sheriff's office, which promptly sent a deputy to investigate. The deputy, whose name is being held until their family if informed, reported on the radio that they were pulling up to the fire site and that a dozen or so scantily clad individuals were dancing around the fire. At this point dispatchers heard sounds of struggle, screams and gunshots. Other deputies immediately responded but communication was quickly lost. At this point Sheriff Callahan opted not to send more deputies and cordanded off the area while waiting for the nearest Swat unit to respond. By the time the (insert name of nearest city with a SWAT unit) SWAT arrived the unknown perpatrators could not be found."