UPDATE: TUESDAY 2/14/2023 3:54 p.m.
(El PASO COUNTY, Colo.) — El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPSO) shared more information concerning Courtney and Nicole Mallery and the property dispute that ultimately lead to their arrests.
EPSO played footage of body-worn cameras by both a Process Server and sheriff’s deputies as well as the arrest of Nicole Mallery on menacing charges. Sheriff Joseph Roybal called out what he described as a lack of balance from the media outlet that first published the story with the allegations from the Mallerys. Roybal claimed the Sheriff’s Office never gave any comments.
“The author has publicly stated she attempted to speak with the representative from my agency regarding these allegations. We have no record of such a call. None of my command staff, my public information officers, nor I were ever contacted, despite the fact that our phone numbers and email addresses are easily found in our public website,” Roybal said.
Pertaining to the bond issue, Roybal sought to clarify why the bond for Courtney Mallery changed after his arrest on Feb. 6. In accordance with state law, the bond was changed from the $2,000 bond to no bond for the stalking charge.
For more information on the related case reports, go to EPSO’s website, click on the Community tab, and choose Mallery Reports.
Look for more FOX21 News coverage of this with Rhea Jha during our nightly newscasts on Tuesday, Feb. 14 at 5, 6:30, 9, and 10 p.m.
ORIGINAL STORY: EPSO gives info on Mallery property dispute
TUESDAY 2/14/2023 1:10 p.m.
El Paso County Sheriff Joseph Roybal held a press conference at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 14 to provide comments and information regarding the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPSO) involvement in the alleged property dispute between Courtney and Nicole Mallery and their neighbor.
The press conference can also be watched here.
The press conference was held at Centennial Hall in Colorado Springs and included El Paso County Executive Director of Communications Vernon Stewart, El Paso County District 4 Commissioner Longinos Gonzalez, and El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Christopher Gonzalez as speakers.
Courtney Mallery was in court today for a first appearance hearing at 3 p.m.