From the Delta Police Department:
Brice W. Collins, 30, of Austin was arrested and jailed on charges of driving under the influence, driving under the influence per se, failed to display lamps when required.
Officers provided transport of a combative female from Stafford and East 3rd Street to jail for the Delta County Sheriff's Office.
Officers responded to an address on Bluff Street for a report of an abandoned dog.
Officers responded to H25 Road for a call of a suspicious person.
Travis O. Williams, 26, of Crawford was arrested and jailed on a Utah warrant with a no bond.
Officers responded to an address on Crawford Avenue in reference to a possible burglary.
Officers responded to the lobby for an informational report.
Officers responded to Bill Heddles Recreation Center for a hit and run traffic accident.
Officers responded to Columbine Court for a report of an animal problem. A juvenile female was issued a summons for dog at large.
Cameron L. Sanders, 26, of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting at Safeway.
Officers responded to 791 1550 Road for a report of suspicious activities.
Officers responded to Summers Motors located at 2195 Southgate Lane for a report of theft.
Officers responded to the 300 block of Main Street for a report of a hit and run accident.
Officers responded to Confluence Drive and Hwy. 50 for the report of a traffic accident.
Officers responded to Summers Motors located for a report of a suspicious vehicle.
Kathryn A. Rohner, 61 of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting at Walmart.
Officers placed a red tag on a vehicle blocking the alley between Hastings Street and A Street where an emergency vehicle would not be able to get by.
Sarah J. Hansell, 34 of Moab, Utah, was issued a summons for shoplifting.
Officers responded to Four Seasons, 676 Hwy. 50 for the report of trespass.
Officers issued a proof of service as notice to a driver during a traffic stop in the 500 block of Main Street.
Officers responded to Western Convenience at 1502 Howard Street for a report of a traffic accident involving a deer.
Officers responded to the 900 block of Crawford Avenue for a report of a vehicle being broken into.
Officers responded to the lobby for a report of a suspicious note being left on a vehicle windshield.
Officers responded to the 900 block of Palmer Street in reference to a theft from an auto.
Officers responded to the 1900 block of Sapphire Way for a report of an attempted burglary.
Raeona E. Peraza, 34, of Delta was issued a summons for theft and tampering with a utility meter.
A juvenile female was issued a summons for disorderly conduct.
Officers responded to the 600 block of Carpenter Street for an informational report.
Officers responded to the 1400 block of Maple Way for a report of a vehicle trespass.
Officers responded to the 1000 block of Howard Street for a report of mail theft.
Ronald H. Fitzgerrel, 27, of Delta was arrested and jailed on warrants with a bond of $1,500.
Citations: Three 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):
Deputies responded to a Paonia residence where some tools had reportedly disappeared. The tools might have been taken by a family member in a dispute over ownership.
A Paonia resident reported items were stolen from his vehicle while it was parked in an impound lot.
A Cedaredge area resident reported that an abandoned trailer on neighboring property had been the target of criminal mischief.
Firefighters were dispatched to a fire at 21372 F Road, Delta, at about 4 p.m. When deputies arrived on the scene, several structures were involved and firefighters were protecting an occupied residence. Investigators determined Robert Rogers, 48, was buning a ditch at 21372 F Road when the wind came up and the fire spread to the neighboring property. Damage has been estimated in excess of $15,000. Fourth degree arson charges may be filed against Rogers.
At about 8:30 p.m., an accident was reported at Highway 92 and Main Street, Austin. A white Toyota SUV landed on its top in a field north of the highway. The driver, Jeremiah May, 30, of Montrose, had a cut on his face but refused medical transport. He was taken into custody by the Colorado State Patrol on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol.
A Delta area resident called to speak with a deputy about cyberbullying. He said someone was trying to extort him via the internet.
A Paonia resident said she believes someone is camping out in her vehicles at night. She cleaned up the mess they left behind and made sure the vehicles were locked.
Deputies were dispatched to H75 Road, Delta, where the property owner was complaining of a leg injury. He said he had injured the leg three days earlier when he was trying to lift a heavy piece of equipment. He refused to call the ambulance because of the cost. After several neighbors said they were unable to provide transport, the property owner agreed to call the ambulance. His leg was reportedly severely swollen.
Adam McGaha, 34, of Delta was issued a written warning for burning household trash by a deputy who was on patrol in his Peach Valley neighborhood. McGaha said he was not aware it was illegal to burn household trash in Delta County.
At about 11:30 p.m., a deputy patrolling Highway 348 near the 25 Mesa intersection observed a pickup traveling above the 35 mph speed limit. He pulled over Scott Calhoun, 34, of Delta and after observing open alcohol containers and signs of intoxication, asked Calhoun to perform roadside maneuvers. When he failed to successfully complete those maneuvers, he was taken into custody and charged with speeding and driving under the influence of alcohol.
Deputies were dispatched to the 'dobies north of Delta where a 13-year-old boy suffered a possible broken ankle while jumping from one side of a washout to another. Delta County Ambulance District personnel helped him hike out to the waiting ambulance. The teen was transported to DCMH.
At about 3 p.m., deputies and Cedaredge firefighters were dispatched to a large grass fire in a field on Trap Club Road. The fire was contained to property owned by the Kirkhams, who said they had been burning a different field earlier in the day. They believed the fire was completely out, but it was reignited by afternoon winds.
Deputies were called to assist the Cedaredge Police Department with a domestic disturbance on NW Elm Avenue.
A single vehicle rollover was reported on Highway 92 near the town of Hotchkiss at about 5:40 p.m. The Colorado State Patrol handled the investigation.
A Cedaredge man reported he was "viciously" chased by a dog while riding his bike. He attempted to talk to the dog's owner, but found the owner to be very rude.
A Delta area woman reported her boyfriend had just shot himself. Upon investigation, deputies learned the man does not own any firearms, but had lit some fireworks.
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