A big turnout to help save the life of a Jefferson County sheriff's deputy. Hundreds showed up at the sheriff's headquarters Thursday, for a bone marrow donor drive. Sgt. Randy Nash has leukemia. Doctors believe a bone marrow transplant could save his life. Chief Deputy Randy Christian says the response is humbling. "I'm having a hard time not getting emotional talking to you about it," Christian said. "Our community has always loved our sheriff's deputies, our first responders." Nash is a 20-year veteran of the sheriff's office.