From the Delta Police Department:
Charles G. Hart, 32, of Paonia was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $500 bond.
Nichole D. Brown, 31, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of possession of Schedule II (methamphetamine).
Tex E. Piele, 40, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of obstruction/bail bond violation.
Tex E. Piele, 40, of Delta was arrested and jailed on warrants with a $500 bond.
A juvenile petition was sent to the district attorney's office for charges of assault.
James B. Golden 32, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of unlawful possession of Schedule II substance.
Chrystal L. Romero, 30, of Delta was issued a summons on charges of shoplifting.
Mark T. Stevens, 59, of Delta, was arrested and jailed on charges of trespass.
Christopher R. Darling, 55, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of driving under the influence/defective stop light.
Roger T. Trujillo, 54, of Delta was issued a summons on charges of second degree criminal trespass.
Citations: Seven 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):
At about 10:40 p.m., deputies received a report of a pickup that veered off Mathews Lane near Paonia. It hit a trash can, sign and fence before coming to a stop on the west side of the road. The pickup was driven by Cherice Timbrel, 44, of Paonia, who was medically cleared by North Fork Ambulance personnel. A Colorado State Patrol trooper arrived on the scene and took over the DUI investigation. Timbrel was taken into custody and her vehicle was towed from the scene.
Deputies assisted the Colorado State Patrol with a single vehicle rollover that completely blocked Coal Road near Hotchkiss. When they arrived on scene around 12:30 p.m., the driver of the vehicle, Ryan Short, had already been transported to the hospital by North Fork Ambulance personnel. The Colorado State Patrol handled the investigation.
At about 8:30 p.m., a vehicle was reported to be trespassing at the Redlands Mesa Fire Station. Deputies found the driver of the vehicle asleep inside. When he was awakened and asked to step outside the vehicle, deputies detected a strong odor of alcohol. The fire chief was contacted and the man was given permission to remain on the premises until he sobered up.
Just before midnight, dispatch received two REDDI (Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately) reports about a pickup driving erratically on Highway 92 near the Austin bridge. Deputies spotted the pickup parked on the side of the road near mile marker 11. As they pulled in behind and activated their emergency lights, the driver started traveling eastbound. After a half mile, the vehicle again stopped on the side of the roadway. The driver said she had just been discharged from the hospital and was able to provide paperwork to verify her story. She voluntarily performed roadside maneuvers, which were consistent with someone who is sick and fatigued. The woman arranged for a friend to pick her up and left her vehicle on the roadside.
A break-in was reported at a shop on Highway 65 near Eckert. The intruders pried open a back door to gain access. Several tools were missing.
Deputies arrested Jordan Mauk, 23, on seven warrants out of Montrose County. He refused to cooperate with deputies and was also issued a summons for false reporting and obstruction.
Deputies responded to a report of a vicious dog on Stewart Mesa Road, Paonia. The owner was given a warning.
Deputies responded to an address on D Road, Crawford, for a report of domestic violence. The female victim was able to get away. She cautioned deputies that her boyfriend was armed and had threatened to kill law enforcement officers. Due to the nature of those threats, deputies decided not to contact the man that night and to apply for a search warrant.
Deputies received a noise complaint from a residence on the outskirts of Delta. A male party was contacted and the music was turned down.
At around midnight, a deputy was dispatched to the area of Crawford Road and Yeoman Road near Crawford to investigate a suspicious vehicle. Adam Coletta, 24, was arrested for multiple drug-related charges and an outstanding warrant.
A disturbance on Green Valley Road, Cedaredge, resulted in the arrest of a 22-year-old female on an outstanding warrant from the Colorado State Patrol.
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