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CSP responds to reports of drunk driving, shots fired leaving one dead

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GOLDEN - The Colorado State Patrol (CSP) responded to multiple REDDI (Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately) reports on Friday. According to CSP the reports were in connection with a pickup truck that was traveling eastbound on I-70.

CSP says they were able to make contact with the truck in the area of eastbound I-70 and Hwy 85 interchange, the trooper on scene could see a weapon then a shooting began.

Reports say the truck fled the scene, the CSP trooper began pursuing the truck. The pursuit continued off Hwy 85 and onto the ramp to McIntyre Street where the truck lost control and drove off the roadway.

After 10 p.m., the trooper involved notified dispatch that shots had been fired again. 

The driver of the truck was pronounced dead on scene, there were no injuries to any law enforcement.

The Jefferson County Coroner has identified the occupant of the truck as 51-year old Dale Stuart Sisson. 

Investigators say due to the complex nature of this investigation, information regarding the incident and trooper's identity will be released at a later date. 

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