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Delta Police, sheriff's blotter May 9, 2018

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From the Delta Police Department:

April 29:

William T. Craig, 31, of Montrose was arrested and jailed on two warrants with a bond of $600.

Joshua Husa, 27, of Virginia Beach, Va., was arrested and jailed on the charges of violation of bail bond.

Joshua Husa, 27, of Virginia Beach, Va., was issued a summons for shoplifting at Walmart.

Jamie L. Lebeau, 35, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $300 bond.

Officers responded to the 500 block of Meeker Street for a medical assist.

Jason P. Molina, 18, of Delta was arrested and jailed on three warrants with a bond of $300.

Officers responded to the 600 block of East 4th Street for a possible burglary.

Officers responded to the 600 block of Viente Drive for a possible theft.

Officers responded to the 500 block of Hastings Street for a male juvenile problem.

Virginia L. Tabares, 42, of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting at Walmart.

Chanteele A. Gray, 22, of Austin was issued a proof of service for driving with license suspended.

Robin L. Davis, 60, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of driving under the influence, careless driving and improper use of a turn signal.

April 30:

Officers responded to the 600 block of Labor Street for a report of burglary.

Officers responded to Aaron's for a report of criminal mischief.

Alan R. Story, 71, of Delta was issued a summons on charges of indecent conduct.

Officers responded to the 600 block of Ray Court for possible criminal mischief.

Officers responded to the 1400 block of Villas Street for a theft.

Officers took a lobby report for a welfare check.

Rebecca Loos, 25, of Delta was arrested and jailed for burglary in the second degree.

Cameron L. Sanders, 26, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of second degree burglary and complicity.

Brenda K. Roberts, 54, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of prohibited acts/falsifying a pawn slip, theft, complicity/second degree burglary and bond violation.

Officers responded to Highway 50 for an injured deer.

May 1:

Officers provided an agency assist to Child Protective Services in the 600 block of Ray Court.

Officers responded to the 1400 block of Bluff Street for the report of possible lost/found property.

Officers responded to the 200 block of Meeker Street for an unresponsive female.

Officers responded to the 1200 block of A Street for the report of tampering with a gas meter.

Officers responded to the 600 block of Ray Court for a civil problem.

Officers responded to the 500 block of Munro Street in reference to a theft.

Officers took a report of theft of a bicycle from the 200 block of Dodge Street.

May 2:

Officers responded to Wells Fargo Bank for the report of a traffic accident.

Officers took a report regarding a possible auto theft.

Officers responded to the 1600 block of Columbine Court for a possible theft.

Officers responded to 151 West 2nd Street for a private property accident.

Officers took a report of first degree vehicle trespass.

Justin D. Rundle, 34, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, violation of bail bond conditions and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Justin D. Rundle, 34, of Delta was arrested and jailed on three warrants with a total bond of $27,200.

Justin D. Rundle, 34, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of violation of a restraining order and violation of bail bond conditions.

May 3:

Officers responded to the 1200 block of Quakie Street for the report of theft from auto.

Officers responded to a medical assist of a juvenile male.

May 4:

Officers took a report of fraud by check.

Arturo Macias-Toro, 52, of Delta was issued a proof of services for driving with license revoked.

May 5:

Jesus C. Landeros, 21, of Meeker was issued a proof of services for driving with license revoked.

Andrew L. Padilla, 21, of Olathe was arrested and jailed on the charges of impersonation, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and theft.

Andrew L. Padilla, 21, of Olathe was arrested and jailed on several warrants with a total bond of $12,500.

Officers responded to Walmart for a possible theft.

Traven J.C. Horner, 21, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of harassment as an act of domestic violence.

Citations: Five 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):

April 30:

An employee of Discount Doors & Windows, 23419 Highway 92, discovered the front door had been forced open. Nothing appeared to be missing. The owner of the business will survey the contents when he returns to town.

At about 1 p.m., deputies attempted to arrest Eric Malinowski, 34, who was wanted on two felony warrants. When they went to his location in Eckert, they determined he was hiding in a storage shed in the back yard. They ordered Malinowski to surrender several times, and when he finally emerged from the storage shed and they attempted to place him in restraints, he allegedly broke free and took off running. Deputies were forced to tase him to effect the arrest. Malinowski is being held on the two felony warrants and a new charge of resisting arrest.

A Hotchkiss area resident complained that an acquaintance was refusing to return household items he'd been loaned. The resident was advised the matter is civil in nature.

A resident of Minnesota Creek Road, Paonia, phoned dispatch about a verbal argument that had been going on for an hour and sounded as if it was escalating.

May 1:

Deputies investigated a complaint of telephone harassment in Crawford.

A third party reported the theft of a pickup truck owned by a man currently incarcerated at the Delta County Jail. When contacted, the inmate said he did not wish to pursue charges.

May 2:

A two-vehicle traffic accident was reported on a narrow portion of Dominguez Canyon Road. Lucas Lopez was driving a GMC pickup to work in the orchard when he collided with a silver Saturn driven by Nathaniel Ware. The Saturn suffered significant front end damage. Delta County Ambulance was dispatched to the scene, but did not transport anyone to the hospital. The Colorado State Patrol is handling the investigation.

Deputies responded to the hospital emergency room, where a woman was being treated for a dog bite. The dog belonged to a neighbor.

May 3:

A Paonia business requested assistance with an employee who had been terminated and told to never step foot in the business again. The former employee said he did not understand the restrictions and he promised to stay away.

May 4:

An illegal campsite was reported on private property on the banks on the Uncompahgre River.

Deputies investigated an alleged "puppy mill" in the Cedaredge area.

A Crawford resident reported an assault by a former friend who he said had head butted him.

At about 4:30 p.m., deputies and firefighters were dispatched to a fire at Dub's Towing, 1209 G50 Road, near Delta. A 34x40-foot steel shop, plus items within the building and stored nearby, suffered extreme fire. Damages are estimated at $300,000. It's believed the fire was caused by an electrical wire that arced onto a pile of firewood.

A Delta area resident complained that a neighbor's dog had attacked his goat.

May 5:

Deputy Crystal Reiner was patrolling near the intersection of Garber and Crawford roads at about 2 a.m. when she spotted a deer. She slowed her patrol vehicle, but the deer ran into the front driver's side grill guard. There was no damage to the vehicle or to the deputy.

At about 2:45 p.m., deputies responded to the hospital emergency room where a 14-year-old Hotchkiss teen was being treated for a dirt bike accident in the 'dobies north of Delta. He reportedly went over the handlebars after his dirt bike came to a stop. He was transported to the hospital by his mother. His injuries were minor.

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