Sheriff's Office Update on the Gannon Stauch Case

February 5, 2020

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office and partners will continue to search specific areas based on tips and leads in this investigation.  The investigation and the search processes will continue to run parallel with one another in hopes of finding Gannon and bringing him home safely. 

To date, we have received 231 tips. 
 
District Attorney Dan May being in the Stauch home does not change the ongoing efforts in the search for Gannon.  
Our priority remains bringing Gannon home safely to his parents and the investigation continues.  The Crime Lab will be present at the home for the next few days as evidence is collected and processed. 

Our partners in our search and investigation efforts are:
4th Judicial District Attorney's Office
Army 4th Engineer Battalion (in 100% non-duty volunteer status)
Colorado Springs Police Department
Douglas County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue
El Paso County Public Works
El Paso County Search and Rescue 
Emergency Incident Support
FBI CARD (Child Abduction Rapid Deployment)
Flight for Life (searching purposes only)
Fremont County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue
Fountain Police Department
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
National Guard 100th Missile Defense Brigade (in 100% non-duty volunteer status)
Pikes Peak Regional Office of Emergency Management
Salvation Army  /  VOAD - Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster

Follow our social media platforms but do not use it as a tool to report any tips or information on this case.  If you have any information as it relates to Gannon's case, please call the Sheriff's Office Tip Line at 719-520-6666 or email [email protected]

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