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‘If You Have A Calling, You’ve Got To Go For It’: Retired Police Sergeant Honored For Women’s History Month DENVER (CBS4)– In recognition of Women’s History Month the Denver Police Museum is honoring one of their retired police sergeants for her decades of service. On Thursday, dozens of friends, family and former colleagues packed into a room at the District 3 headquarters where Margaret Chavez once worked. “I always feel better if I’m the bridesmaid you know what I’m saying,” Chavez laughed. The retired police sergeant isn’t fond of the attention, but ask anyone who knows her and they’ll say she is certainly deserving of the recognition. “I can tell you most certainly she made a positive impact

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Denver Police Museum Fallen Officer Project – Detective Darrell Suer

“It was like him to try to protect others at the expense of his own life. He spent his life trying to help others. When he joined the force, he saw the chance to really contribute to society and spent 15 years giving his best.” It was late Saturday night, March 11, 1962, when Denver Police Detectives Darrell Suer and George Torsney finished their off-duty shift at the state parochial high school basketball tournament at the Regis College field house. It had been a long night and Suer was hungry. He asked Torsney to join him and his wife, Cody, for

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