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Law enforcement blotter July 11, 2018

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From the Delta Police Department (edited for length):

July 1:

Officers responded to the area of 12th Street and Main Street for a report of a suspicious incident.

Officers responded to the 500 block of Grand Avenue for a report of a female with mental health concerns.

Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 400 block of Meeker Street. As a result, Javier Medina-Adame, 54, of Aurora, was arrested and jailed on a Denver County warrant, with a $500 cash only bond.

July 2:

Officers received information regarding property was found at 1410 Valley View Drive, My Place Club and Pub.

Officers took a report of theft from an auto in the area of Hellman Ford. This case is still active pending review of video surveillance.

Officers responded to Walmart for a report of an assault. Ryan A. Jacobs, 35, of Eckert was arrested and jailed on charges of bond violation, theft and disorderly conduct.

Emmanuel Rodriquez, 25, of Olathe was arrested and jailed on three warrants with a $2,000 total bond.

Officers took a lobby report of a possible assault. As a result, Michael A. Lester, 39, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of assault in the third degree, child abuse and cruelty to animals.

July 3:

Officers responded to the 1300 block of East 3rd Street in reference to a disturbance.

Officers were dispatched to 40 Heinz Street for a mental health concern.

Officers responded to Quality Inn for the report of a stolen vehicle. As a result, Thom D. Kerns, 47, of Cedaredge was arrested and jailed on charges of aggravated motor vehicle theft, criminal mischief and theft.

Officers responded to a 911 hang up in the 700 block of Dodge Street.

July 4:

While on routine patrol in the area of Highway 92 and Highway 50, officers arrested and jailed Stefannie Y. Brown, 36, of Grand Junction on charges of driving under the influence, driving under the influence per se, speeding 10-19 and failed to drive in a single lane. Brown was also served with express consent affidavit and notice of revocation.

July 5:

Officers responded to Workforce Center, 206 Ute Street, for a report of a first degree criminal trespass and theft.

Officers responded to Tractor Supply for a report of illegal burning. Frank Salazar, 49, of Delta was issued a summons for charges of open burning restrictions and a no trespass notification.

Officers responded to Walmart for a report of a possible wanted person. Davona K. Stewart, 44, of Denver was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $300 bond.

Officers responded to Walmart for a report of a possible wanted person. John H. Stewart, 47, of Denver was arrested and jailed on three warrants with a $3,700 total bond.

Danita D. Rule, 61, of Delta was issued a summons for charges of abuse of a corpse and concealing death.

July 6:

Officers completed a warrant for a failure to register as a sex offender within the City of Delta.

Officers completed a warrant for a failure to register as a sex offender within the City of Delta.

James L. Huff, 56, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of harassment as an act of domestic violence.

Officers responded to Fort Uncompahgre for a report of theft of cash from a tip jar.

Officers responded to Delta County Sheriff's Office to assist with a possible mental health suspect.

July 7:

Officers responded to the 100 block of Dodge Street for the report of a disturbance. As a result, John S. Beres, 59, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of third degree assault as an act of domestic violence.

Officers responded to 9900 Devil's Thumb Road for a report of criminal mischief.

Officers responded to the 100 block of Main Street for a report of a minor traffic accident.

Officers responded to Summers Rocky Mountain Motors, 2195 Southgate Lane, for a report of a stolen vehicle.

Officers responded to the 300 block of West 3rd Street for a report of theft.

Citations: Ten 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):

July 2:

Deputies investigated a burglary at the Delta Building Center, 1796 Highway 50. Sometime over the weekend, suspect(s) broke into multiple locations on the property, stealing tools and a laptop, and siphoning gas from vehicles and a generator. Surveillance video is being reviewed.

An Austin resident reported that a duck and a chick had been killed by a neighbor's dog that came onto his property.

July 3:

A Montrose resident reported the theft of tools from a ranch on Eagle View Road, Paonia, where he worked. Taken from an unlocked garage on the property were Matco and Blue Point automotive tools, plus two firearms --a 9mm Ruger P89 and a .45 caliber semi-automatic. A suspect has been identified.

July 5:

An 11-year-old boy reportedly drove an adult friend to the hospital emergency room after the adult pulled over to the side of the road near Austin and Fairview roads in Orchard City, saying he did not feel well. Dispatch was notified by emergency room personnel.

A 23-year-old Austin resident complained her mother-in-law had grabbed her by the wrist.

Timothy Smith, 46, was charged with third degree assault and assault on an at-risk individual after allegedly hitting his 76-year-old mother on the back of her head with his fist.

At about 4:45 p.m., deputies provided traffic control for an accident near the intersection of Highway 92 and Highway 65. The investigation was handled by the Colorado State Patrol.

Deputies conducted an investigation into the death of a 72-year-old Cedaredge resident. It was determined he had died by suicide on Grand Mesa.

July 6:

A Denver resident reported the theft of numerous items from her campsite on Old Grand Mesa Road. Stolen items included an Intense mountain bike, black in color, valued at $6,000; a Gary Fisher mountain bike, blue in color, valued at $1,000; a generator; chainsaw; and fishing tackle, camping gear and clothing valued at about $2,000.

A camp host from Arizona reported that the fee tube at the Weir and Johnson campground on Grand Mesa had been broken into twice. The first time, the loss was estimated at $150; the second time he believed about $400 had been taken.

July 7:

At about 5:45 p.m., a wildfire was reported on Primrose Lane near Cedaredge. Grass and several trees were burned, but no structures were damaged. The blaze was extinguished by Cedaredge firefighters. It is believed the fire was caused either by lightning or by exposed electrical wiring near a pump.

An Eckert woman reported several items missing from her home, including rings and silver. She suspects her roommate.

At about 7 p.m., a Cedaredge resident reported that a Ford F150 truck had plowed through a fence on S. Grand Mesa Drive. He reported the driver smelled of alcohol and appeared to be intoxicated.

Teams were formed to conduct marijuana compliance visits throughout the county. By resolution, county residents are allowed a maximum of 12 marijuana plants. Delta County Sheriff Fred McKee reports that most of those with more than 12 willingly pulled the excess plants. Deputies can also issue summons for those out of compliance, with escalating penalties for repeat offenses.

Correction: Last week's blotter detailed an incident on Powell Mesa Road involving a semi of hay fully engulfed in flames. It was erroneously reported that the truck driver, Daniel Bolton of Hotchkiss, was issued a summons for driving without a valid CDL license. He does have the proper license.

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