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Guy Schilling, 50, was taken to Plains Regional Medical Center and later transferred to a Lubbock hospital, according to an email from Clovis Police Chief Steve Sanders.
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• Tuesday is your chance to salute Clovis police Chief Steve Sanders and his Chief Deputy Mike Ingram.
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• Clovis Police Chief Steve Sanders is the center of attention at a retirement reception in his honor.
It's from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday at Clovis City Hall.
He plans on touring the U.S., taking in a game at every professional football stadium in the country.
A very cool bucket list.
Chief of Police
Chief Steve Sanders started his career in Emergency Services as a Paramedic, working for the Weld County Paramedics in Greeley, Colorado.
Chief Sanders started his law enforcement career with the Greeley Police in 1987.
He spent seven years with the Greeley Police where he was assigned as a patrol officer, SWAT team member and worked with the Traffic Unit as a Reconstructionist and Motor Officer.
Chief Sanders joined the ranks of the Northglenn Police Department in July 1994 as a patrol officer.
In 1999, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant, where he held assignments in the Training and Recruiting Unit, Investigations and Patrol.
In 2005, he promoted to the rank of Commander.
Chief Sanders spent time supervising Patrol and was later assigned as the Support Services Division Commander, where he was responsible for Investigations, Records Section, Community Resources and Victim Services.
Chief Sanders is a graduate of the 228th Session of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy (Police Command College) in Quantico, Virginia.
Chief Sanders has received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance from the Metropolitan State College of Denver and a Master of Science Graduate Degree in Computer Information Technology from the University of Phoenix.
During his career, Chief Sanders has been awarded the Medal of Valor, three Meritorious Service Awards, two Lifesaving Awards and one Certificate of Merit.
Chief Sanders was sworn-in as the Clovis Chief of Police on October 13, 2008.
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Clovis Police Chief Steve Sanders said current state law requires law enforcement officers to obtain an arrest warrant for perpetrators of domestic violence if they've fled the scene of the crime.
Arrest warrants can take anywhere from a couple of hours to a day to get, Sanders said, which gives perpetrators time to get away or come back to the victim.
"Right now there's a state statute that only allows us to arrest a perpetrator of domestic violence if they're still at the scene," Sanders