19-Yr-Old MEXICAN Gang Member KILLS 34-YR-OLD SHERIFF ELDER, Wounds 3 Others

Sheriff Micah Flick, 34-years-old, has been murdered.

On Monday afternoon the Sheriff was shot and died in Colorado Springs. He was killed by a 19-year-old Mexican named Manuel Zetina. Manuel Setina was part of a horrible gang. After he shot him, Sheriff Micah Flick was rushed to Memorial Hospital where they pronounced him dead.

Sheriff Flick had a wife and 7-year old twins, a girl and boy. He was known as a great deputy, father, husband, and a a wonderful friend to many people. Sheriff Flick grew up in Colorado Springs, where he graduated from Colorado Springs Christian School. Flick spend 11 years working for the sheriff’s office and was a great deputy.

According to 100percentfedup:

Flick was a family man, a man of faith and someone who loved working in law enforcement.

Deputy Micah Flick grew up in Colorado Springs and continued to live out his dreams here.

As the memorial grows for him outside of his office at the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, those who had impacted his life over the past few decades are helping to paint a better picture of his life.

“When the call is given to go, they go, and Micah, that was the way he was wired,” Mike Hestermann, Chief Development Officer for Shield 616 said.

A dark cloud hovers over the community that helped raise Deputy Micah Flick.

“It’s devastating, it’s heartbreaking, it is a huge loss for our city,” Brady Boyd, Senior Pastor for New Life Church said.

According to the Gazette, Manuel Zetina had a middling criminal record but big ambitions to climb the ranks of a local Mexican street gang.

Zetina, 19, was killed in a gunbattle with Colorado Springs police and El Paso County sheriff’s deputies Monday. The firefight also claimed the life of Deputy Micah Flick and wounded three other officers and a bystander.

A Facebook page apparently belonging to Zetina shows a young man steeped in gang culture.

Flick was a family man, a man of faith and someone who loved working in law enforcement.

Deputy Micah Flick grew up in Colorado Springs and continued to live out his dreams here.

As the memorial grows for him outside of his office at the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, those who had impacted his life over the past few decades are helping to paint a better picture of his life.

“When the call is given to go, they go, and Micah, that was the way he was wired,” Mike Hestermann, Chief Development Officer for Shield 616 said.

A dark cloud hovers over the community that helped raise Deputy Micah Flick.

“It’s devastating, it’s heartbreaking, it is a huge loss for our city,” Brady Boyd, Senior Pastor for New Life Church said.

According to the Gazette, Manuel Zetina had a middling criminal record but big ambitions to climb the ranks of a local Mexican street gang.

Zetina, 19, was killed in a gunbattle with Colorado Springs police and El Paso County sheriff’s deputies Monday. The firefight also claimed the life of Deputy Micah Flick and wounded three other officers and a bystander.

A Facebook page apparently belonging to Zetina shows a young man steeped in gang culture.

“I bang dat Big Bad Soldados 13 Gang,” Zetina bragged on Facebook, using slang for gang affiliation.

KDRO lists 19-year-old Manuel Zetina criminal record, but fails to mention if he’s a legal citizen or illegal alien:

Jan. 1, 2018

Charges of Having a Fictitious Plate

Driving Without a License

Defective Headlights

Jan. 8, 2018

Charges of Having a Fictitious Plate

Driving Without a License

Driving with no insurance

One closed misdemeanor case:

Jan. 23, 2016

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (Guilty Plea March 16, 2016)

Possession of 2 oz or less of Marijuana

Thomas Villaneuva was walking in the area and was shot through the chest. He is undergoing treatment at a local hospital.

Donations can be made to the Flick family here:

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