PHILLIPS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Phillips County Sheriff’s Office says the search for a “command vehicle” has been called off. They say the search “is no longer pertinent or relevant.”

The vehicle was believed to be involved with ongoing drone sightings on Colorado’s Eastern Plains.

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The sheriff’s office was part of a meeting with local, state and federal agencies on Monday. The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office is leading a task force.

The FAA says multiple divisions are working on determining who is flying the drones and why.

CBS4 reached out to several agencies and companies to ask if they were involved in any way. Each of the following have denied any drone activity on the Eastern Plains. If any other agencies respond to our request, they will be added.

United States Northern Command (NORAD)

Buckley Air Force Base

Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming

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Fort Carson

United States Geological Survey (USGS) in Golden

BNSF Railway

Colorado Oil and Gas Association

CO Oil & Gas Conservation Commission

Wing/Alphabet (owned by Google)


Xcel Energy

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