From the Delta Police Department:
Austin J. Akins, 21, of Delta was issued a summons for a headlight violation and failing to provide proof of insurance.
Nichole D. Brown, 31, of Delta was issued a summons for displaying fictitious license plates and driving while license suspended.
A 15-year-old juvenile was issued a summons for charges of shoplifting at 37 Stafford Lane, Walmart.
A 16-year-old juvenile was issued a summons for charges of shoplifting at 37 Stafford Lane, Walmart.
Officers responded to Riverwood RV Park for a possible theft.
Benjamin T. Hecht, 18, of Cedaredge was issued a summons for charges of third degree assault.
J. D. Hecht, 39, of Venango, Neb., was issued a summons for charges of third degree assault.
A 16-year-old juvenile was issued a summons for charges of illegal possession of marijuana by an underage person.
Officers responded to 677 Hwy. 50, Riverwood RV Park to assist Delta County Ambulance District.
Officers assisted Grand Junction Police Department with a stolen vehicle located on Columbine Circle.
Officers responded to 1080 Pioneer Road, Vision Charter School, for a report of drugs inside a student's vehicle.
Officers responded to 1400 Pioneer Road, Delta High School, for a traffic accident.
Officers took a report of a vehicle trespass on Albany Street.
Joel Marchington, 34, of Delta was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and wanted person with no bond.
Deli J. Whomble, 50, of Delta was issued a citation for failing to yield when proceeding from a stop light.
Benjamin F. Sanchez, 41, of Delta was arrested on an outstanding warrant with no bond.
Officers responded to 2200 Southgate Lane, Affordable Storage, for a report of a possible theft.
Officers responded to the 400 block of Main Street for a report of a traffic accident.
Officers responded to the approximate intersection of Main Street and 4th Street for a traffic accident.
Ian S. Kester, 19, of Crawford was arrested for an outstanding warrant with a bond amount of $1,000.
Officers responded to 1430 Hwy. 50, Phillips 66 Fuel Station for a report of a possible protection order violation.
Officers took a report of a civil problem in the 100 block of Palmer Street.
Officers took a report of a juvenile problem at a residence on Pioneer Road.
Officers responded to the 1700 block of E 5th Street for a report of a trespassing.
Officers took a report from 103 West 11th Street, Center for Mental Health, regarding a citizen assist.
Officers took a report of a hit and run traffic accident in the 100 block of Palmer Street.
Officers took a missing person report in the 200 block of Dodge Street.
Officers responded to 180 Gunnison River Drive, Quality Inn, to execute a court order.
Officers took a report of a vehicle trespass in the area of Elm Way.
Officers took a report of a vehicle trespass in the 500 block of Munro Street.
Officers took a report of a vehicle trespass in the 1400 block of E 6th Street.
Officers conducted a traffic stop near the intersection of Crawford Avenue and Cedar Street. The driver was issued a proof of service and the driver's license was confiscated.
Officers took a report of a traffic accident in the 200 block of Main Street.
Officers took a report of a possible sex offense.
Angelica C. Jimenez, 31, of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting at 122 Gunnison River Drive, City Market.
Dennis J. Jameson, 22, of Delta was arrested and jailed for 5 outstanding warrants with a total bond amount of $5000.
Officers took a report of a shoplifting at 122 Gunnison River Drive, City Market.
Gabriel J. Annis, 19, of Delta was arrested and jailed for charges of illegal vehicle lights and driving under the influence - drugs.
Alan S. Hawk Jr., 34, of Cedaredge was arrested and jailed on an outstanding warrant with a total bond amount of $5,000.
Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of Palmer Street on a call of suspicious activities. Several items were located and placed into lost/found property.
Officers responded to the 600 block of Sloan Street for a report of vehicle theft.
Citations: 11 tickets were issued this week for various traffic violations.
Please remember: All criminal charges are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until or unless proven guilty.
From the Delta County Sheriff's Office (partial list):
A resident of Ridge Road, Delta, reported the theft of milk cans from her front porch.
An Austin resident who moved into a vacant home was confronted by a previous tenant, who threatened to hit her boyfriend with a metal pipe. A court order was filed for civil removal of one of the tenants.
A Crawford woman reported she was bit on the wrist by a puppy while trying to untangle the dog from a rope.
Deputies found no evidence to support an accusation of drugs being sold out of a camper on BLM land on 25 Mesa Road.
A 2005 silver Nissan Sentra reported abandoned on BLM land near Fairlamb Road and Oak Creek Road was determined to be stolen out of Cedaredge. Cedaredge officers responded to that location and took over the investigation.
A Delta area resident reported the possible theft of a Chevy pickup he had loaned to an acquaintance. He contacted deputies after he spotted the pickup being driven by an unknown individual in Austin. The pickup was returned to its lawful owner and no charges were filed.
Raul Caloca, 30, was transported to Delta County Memorial Hospital by ambulance after possibly breaking his arm in an ATV accident on the Stirrup Bar Ranch near Crawford. Caloca, an employee of the ranch, was driving down a steep embankment, moving goats, when the ATV rolled and crushed his arm.
Deputies responded to one suicide attempt and two unattended deaths.
Jacob Jones, 32, of Delta was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop on H38 Road, Delta, at about 1 a.m. Deputies observed Aranda Leyba-Bush behind the wheel of a vehicle. Aware her driver's license had been suspended, they pulled her over. Deputies also contacted Jones, her passenger, and determined he was wanted on an outstanding warrant. During his arrest, deputies conducted a pat-down search and discovered the illegal substances.
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