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Law enforcement blotter May 30, 2018

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From the Delta Police Department:

May 20:

Officers responded to the intersection of Highway 92 and Stafford Lane for a one-vehicle traffic accident.

Officers responded to the 700 block of Dodge Street for a report of theft.

Officers responded to the intersection of 8th Street and Palmer Street for a traffic accident. Donald J. Bonser, 87, of Montrose was issued a summons for careless driving and drove vehicle while license cancelled/denied.

Officers responded to Delta County Memorial Hospital for a possible ATV accident.

Officers responded to City Market for a report of shoplifting. Kelly L. Hughes, 28, of Montrose was arrested and jailed on charges of violation of bail bond, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and theft.

Nicholas J. Nowers, 28, of Delta was arrested and jailed on two warrants out of Mesa County with a total bond of $5,000.

May 21:

Officers responded to a traffic accident involving a deer on Highway 50 and 1600 Road.

Officers responded to 676 Highway 50 in reference to a missing person.

Officers responded to Main Street and 3rd Street for a traffic accident. Mackenzie Q. Kenyon, 19, of Delta was issued a summons for careless driving.

Officers responded to the intersection of East 14th Street and Grand Avenue for traffic accident. Stella S. Campbell, 69, of Hotchkiss was issued a summons for careless driving.

Ricky D. Christenson, 49, of Cedaredge was arrested and jailed on a Delta County warrant with a bond of $500.

Officers responded to Rodeway Inn for a possible domestic violence. William D. Cook, 52, of Hotchkiss was arrested and jailed on charges of protection order violation.Deborah J. Cook, 47, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of complicity.

Officers responded to the 1200 block of Grand Avenue for a disturbance.

May 22:

Officers responded to Heaven's View Assisted Living in reference to a theft of license plates.

Deborah J. Cook, 47, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of possession of a controlled substance and resisting arrest.

Officers responded to the area of East 7th Street and B Street for a report of speeders.

May 23:

Officers responded to the 100 block of Grand Boulevard for a report of suspicious activities.

Officers responded to an address on 1600 Road for an animal problem.

Thomas A. Banks, 22, of San Jacinto, CA. was issued a summons for shoplifting at City Market.

Officers responded to Bill Heddles Recreation Center for a report of criminal mischief.

May 24:

Officers responded to Delta Middle School for a report of a 13-year-old juvenile female runaway.

Officers responded to B&T Auto Services for a report of theft of license plates.

Officers responded to Hellman Chevrolet for a report of criminal mischief. Surveillance cameras are being reviewed.

Officers responded to Hellman Motors for a report of criminal mischief. Surveillance cameras are being reviewed.

Officers took a report of a theft in the 1700 block of Hillcrest Drive.

Officers responded to the alley behind the 700 block of Main Street. Jairric K.C. Bever, 20, of Delta was issued a summons for charges of possession of 2 ounces or less marijuana under 21 and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Joshua D. Horvath, 27, of Montrose was arrested and jailed on a Delta municipal warrant with a $750.

May 25:

Officers responded to 101 Highway 92 and Main Street for a traffic accident.

Officers responded to Columbine Court for a report of a possible trespass.

Officers responded to the 1000 block of Hartig Drive for a possible theft.

Officers responded to First State Bank where Tyler M. White-Oneal, 23, of Cedaredge was arrested and jailed on charges of harassment as an act of domestic violence.

Officers responded to an address on 1550 Road for a report of burglary and trespass.

Benjamin Perez, 20, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a Delta County warrant with a bond of $1,000.

Officers responded to Bill Heddles Recreation Center for a private property accident.

May 26:

After a traffic stop, Jose G. Sanchez-Medrano, 49, of Montrose was arrested and jailed on charges of driving under the influence, DUI per se, failed to drive in a single lane and failed to provide evidence of insurance.

Officers responded to the 600 block of A Street for a theft.

Officers responded to Four Seasons River Inn for a citizen assist. William D. Cook, 52, of Hotchkiss was arrested and jailed on charges of violation of bail bond and violation of protection order.

Officers responded to the intersection of East 2nd Street and Main Street for a traffic accident. Jordan D. Jones, 20, of Delta was issued a summons for charges of failed to yield right of way.

Officers responded to City Market, for a private property accident.

Officers provided an agency assist to the Colorado State Patrol and the Delta County Sheriff's Office.

Officers responded to the 400 block of West 4th Street for a report of a male party attempting to enter a residence. Mark A. Maier, 60, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of second degree trespass and harassment.

Officers responded to Walmart for a report of a vehicle trespass. Hannah K. Thompson, 18, of Eckert was issued a summons for second degree criminal trespass.

Officers responded to the 800 block of Meeker Street for a report of a possible domestic violence. Both parties were separated for the evening.

Citations: Six 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):

May 21:

A father-son dispute at an Austin residence resulted in minor injuries to the father, age 48.

A Cedaredge woman reported that her ex-husband was demanding $4,000 for the return of the keys to her storage unit.

A Delta area resident reported the theft of a pressure washer and generator from 1600 Road.

May 22:

A Hotchkiss area man reported he is being harassed by neighbors who are not happy with the barn he's building on his property on Aspen Lane.

A Delta area resident reported the theft of three shotguns from a shop on Hartig Drive.

May 23:

At about 7:40 p.m., a multi-car accident was reported on Highway 50 north of Delta. Sheriff's deputies found a white SUV on its side and determined that it was the only vehicle involved in the accident. The driver, Bernard Hong, and a passenger were reportedly involved in an argument which ultimately distracted the driver. The Colorado State Patrol handled the investigation.

May 24:

A maroon Dodge Ram pickup was found hidden among some trees off Hulteen Road, Austin. The truck had no license plates, the tires were flat and the seats had been slashed. Deputies determined the truck had been stolen from LaSalle. The vehicle was towed from the scene and the LaSalle Police Department was notified.

A three-car accident was reported at about 4 p.m. on Highway 65 above Eckert. The vehicle driven by Amie Henderson was reportedly rear-ended by a vehicle driven by Joseph Jordan when she stopped to allow the vehicle in front of her to make a lefthand turn. The collision pushed her into the car waiting to make the turn. No serious injuries were reported and the investigation was turned over to the Colorado State Patrol.

A Paonia man reported his neighbor was outside his home, shining a flashlight into his window at about 9:30 p.m. Three days later, he called to report his neighbor was yelling and discharging a firearm. A sheriff's deputy and a Paonia officer responded to the scene, where they were told by the neighbor he'd been trying to scare off a skunk that was bothering his dogs.

May 25:

A Delta area man who hit a pothole, causing a flat tire and damaged rim, called dispatch to demand the damages be covered by Delta County Road and Bridge.

Shortly after 8 p.m., an Eckert resident reported two bear cubs trying to break into his house on George Creek Road. When deputies arrived on the scene, the bear cubs were gone.

May 26:

Two 13-year-old females reported missing from a Delta area home at 4:30 a.m. were later found on the property.

At 10 a.m., the Colorado State Patrol attempted to stop a speeding vehicle south of Grand Junction. The vehicle, driven by Gerald McNeil, 36, of Delta, was southbound and headed toward Delta. At G50 Road, troopers deployed stop sticks that flattened one of the vehicle's front tires. McNeil continued toward city limits. Near H38 Road, deputies successfully deployed stop sticks, flattening the other front tire on McNeil's vehicle. He continued into the city, where the Delta Police Department joined the pursuit. McNeil allegedly evaded officers by crossing into the northbound lanes toward oncoming traffic. South of Delta, the Colorado State Patrol again took over pursuit. The trooper maneuvered his patrol car into McNeil's vehicle. When it came to a stop, McNeil reportedly attempted to flee on foot. He was finally taken into custody along with his three passengers. McNeil is wanted on a warrant for parole violations. Additional charges will be filed by the Colorado State Patrol.

May 26:

At about 12:30 p.m., deputies were dispatched to a home on Iris Road in Austin. The 72-year-old occupant had climbed onto the roof and was unable to get down. Cedaredge firefighters arrived to assist with the rescue. The man was described as confused but refused medical attention.

An assault was reported near the round corrals on Surface Creek Road. Earlier in the day, a dog came out of a camper and bit a woman who was passing by. A verbal disagreement escalated into a physical altercation. The victim reported she was hit in the head and put in a chokehold. Deputies are attempting to contact the suspect in the matter.

Deputies contacted a Hotchkiss area resident about burning in a burn barrel. The man was not aware a burn ban was in effect.

May 27:

A man living on Pioneer Road, Delta, reported that two malamutes had killed his pheasants.

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