Colo. deputies get creative when serving subpoenas
By Dennis Huspeni
EL PASO, Colorado — If El Paso County Sheriff's Deputy Tammy Gugliotta shows up at the doorstop, your day is about to take a turn for the worse.
"Nothing we serve or do brings good news," said Gugliotta, one of six deputies who serve subpoenas — and other civil paperwork like motions, garnishments, liens and evictions — for the Sheriff's Office. The office handles more than 1,000 papers a month.
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