From the Delta Police Department:
Officers took a report of an abandoned vehicle at Confluence Park.
Alison S. Manzanares, 21, of Delta was arrested and jailed on an outstanding Colorado State Patrol warrant with a bond of $625.
Officers took a report of a possible sexual assault on a child on Heinz Street.
Lyle J. Cooper, 37, of Cedaredge was arrested and jailed on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of alcohol per se and displayed expired license plates.
Officers responded to the intersection of Highway 50 and Ute Street for a two-vehicle traffic accident. Jesus Z. Chavez, 67, of Delta was issued a citation for careless driving.
Officers responded to Taco Time for a report of a possible stolen dog. The dog was later located by the owner.
Officers assisted the Center for Mental Health by attempting to locate a female for them in the Delta area.
Officers responded to 7110 Highway 50, on a report of possible shots being fired. Adam M. Kenniger, 33, of Delta was arrested and jailed for possession of a weapon by a previous offender, prohibited use of a firearm and violation of a protection order.
Officers responded to the 1500 block of H25 Road for a report of a burglary.
Officers responded to the 700 block of 1550 Road for a theft report.
Tina M. Jewell, 23, of Eckert was issued a summons for child abuse.
Officers took a report of possible sexual assault on a child that allegedly occurred in the area of East 3rd Street.
Officers responded to the 600 block of Labor Street for a dog bite.
Officers assisted the Delta County Sheriff's Office with a combative male in Hotchkiss.
Officers responded to Hartig Drive on a report of a possible assault. A 12-year-old male was arrested for menacing, assault in the third degree x2 and criminal mischief (property damage).
Officers responded to 940 Highway 92, Advanced Auto Parts, for a report of property damage.
Officers responded to the 500 block of North Palmer Street for a possible protection order violation.
Officers responded to parking lot behind 438 Main Street for a private property traffic accident.
Officers took an informational report in regards to suspicious circumstances reported to have occurred at McDonald's.
Officers responded to Quality Inn Hotel for a report of an altercation between a male and female. No charges were filed.
Officers responded to 1675 Highway 92, Valley Sunset RV Park, for a private property accident. Anthony J.J. Johnson, 36, of Delta was issued a summons for expired driver's license and failed to provide evidence of insurance.
Officers responded to a two-vehicle traffic accident at the intersection of Highway 50 and Confluence Drive North. Ma Lay, 43, of Delta was issued a citation for failure to drive in a single lane (weaving).
Officers responded to Delta County Memorial Hospital for a report of a possible assault.
Officers were given a purse that was found at Days Inn. The purse and its contents were placed into evidence for safekeeping.
Officers took a report of a possibly stolen cell phone from the Delta Library.
Alan S. Hawk, 43, of Delta was arrested and jailed for an outstanding warrant with a bond of $1,000.
Lindsey S. McKinney, 33, of Delta was arrested and jailed for an outstanding warrant with a bond of $1,000.
Jimmy D. Atwood, 61, of Delta was arrested and jailed for an outstanding warrant with a bond of $300.
Jose B. Suazo, 43, of Delta was arrested and jailed for an outstanding warrant with a bond of $500.
Officers responded to Arby's for a private property traffic accident.
Paul W. Perrone, 72, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of harassment as an act of domestic violence.
Michael J. Sexton, 36, of Austin was arrested for three outstanding warrants with no bond.
Diana L. Fraser, 35, of Clifton was arrested and jailed on charges of deposited burning material on roadway and driving under the influence of alcohol.
Officers responded to the 1600 block of H38 Road for a report of a possible stolen firearm. The female reporting the issue cursed officers on scene and refused to give any information.
Officers responded to 40 Heinz for a report of a dog bite.
Officers assisted the Delta County Sheriff's Office with a protection order violation that occurred near the Town of Paonia.
Citations: Eighteen 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):
An Austin resident reported the theft of a chainsaw.
Deputies were asked to meet a representative of DMEA at a house on Cliff View Road, Delta. They discovered the meter box had been forced open and two makeshift jumper wires had been connected to restore power to the house. The home is vacant, leaving deputies to speculate it had been occupied by squatters.
Deputies investigated a traffic accident involving a Horizons bus at the Senior CommUnity Care site in Eckert.
Deputies and Delta firefighters responded to a small fire on B Road, Delta, at about 3:45 p.m. A small fire on the east side of the residence burned some bushes and damaged the siding on the garage. The fire was quickly extinguished. The cause of the fire has not been determined.
Deputies were dispatched to a water dispute involving a locked head gate. One of the property owners had allegedly cut the lock off.
Deputies assisted the Delta Police Department with a call at 7110 Highway 50, Delta. Adam Kenniger, 33, allegedly fired several rounds from a shotgun.
A resident of 2200 Road, Delta, shot a pit bull after it attacked his flock of sheep, killing four and badly injuring a fifth, a loss estimated at $1,000. A black lab was also spotted in the pasture. The owner of the dogs has not been located.
A loud argument from a trailer on Main Street in Austin drew the attention of a concerned citizen. Deputies determined there had been no physical contact between the male and female parties. No action was taken.
Kenneth Gallob, 34, of Hotchkiss was charged with criminal mischief, domestic violence and violation of a restraining order after an incident at his home, which he was prohibited from visiting. The previous evening he had been served with a restraining order while his wife and children sought safety elsewhere. Before leaving the house, he plugged up the sinks and left the water on, causing the house to flood. He allegedly violated the restraining order twice before, including one time from jail.
Deputies were dispatched to a home on Tessman Road, Delta, after a 13-year-old female allegedly hit her grandfather in the face. No arrests were made.
An Orchard City resident reported that two vehicles parked at her home had been broken into. The vehicles were ransacked, her purse was missing and she believed the suspect may also have taken some gas.
A Delta area woman sought advice about a check she'd received in payment for a puppy. The buyer was from Utah and there were insufficient funds in his checking account.
Deputies were dispatched to NE Indian Camp Avenue, Cedaredge, on a report of vicious dogs. The dogs reportedly killed another dog last year. The investigation is continuing.
A personal safe and other items reported stolen from a business in Delta, Utah, were recovered on BLM land just off Highway 50 north of Delta.
An Austin area resident reported the theft of a hunting knife and other items from his vehicle.
A great deal of black smoke was reported on Farmers Mine Road, just below the Fire Mountain Canal near Paonia. When deputies arrived on scene at 4:52 p.m., about 15 minutes later, the smoke had dissipated.
At 1:30 a.m., a single vehicle accident was reported on Lamborn Mesa Road near Paonia. Joseph Cunitz, 29, was taken into custody on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.
A Hotchkiss area resident reported the theft of his wallet from his vehicle. The wallet contained his driver's license, credit cards and personal information.
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