CHENGDU, China (CBS4) – An Arapahoe County deputy is headed back to Colorado. Deputy Mateo Montoya-Collis recently wrapped up competing in the 2019 World Police and Fire Games.
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Deputy Mateo Montoya-Collis is headed home from the World Police Games in China! pic.twitter.com/tCm4LhQrzuREAD MORE: Severe Storms Drop Hail, Heavy Rain Sunday From Southeast Denver To Aurora
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Due to an injury, Deputy Montoya-Collis did not place in his events. His co-competitor, Arapahoe County deputy Bill Litweiler, took home silver in both the decathlon and the “toughest competitor alive” competition.Colorado Weather Experts Urge Drivers To 'Look Before You Lock'
The World Police and Fire Games are held every 2 years. 40,000 law enforcement officers from around the world compete in 55 different sports.