From the Delta Police Department:
Shawn L. Darosett, 43, homeless was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $0 bond.
Jamie L. Lebeau, 34, of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting.
Kimberly N. Springer, 30, of Delta was issued a summons for trespass
Joey J. Gates, 23, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of criminal mischief.
Jeremiah D. Tunks, 21, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of criminal mischief.
Caleb T. Jones, 20, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of criminal mischief.
Two juvenile males of Delta were issued summons for illegal possession/consumption of marijuana by an underage person.
Jeffrey D. Nutter, 62, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a alleged second degree arson/bias-motivated crime.
Jase S. Smith, 20, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $500 bond.
Anita J. Huff, 59, of Delta was issued a summons for following too closely.
Darlene Teske, 50, of Olathe was issued a summons for shoplifting.
A juvenile male of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting.
Tyler A. Saenz, 35, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant.
Bradley D. Long, 47, of Cedaredge was issued a summons for shoplifting.
Citations: Eight citations 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):
A woman and her mother traveled from Lakewood to retrieve a parrot awarded to her in a divorce. When they arrived in Paonia, the woman learned her ex-husband had given the bird away. Deputies were unable to help resolve the issue. They advised the woman the courts would have to determine ownership of the bird.
Zachary Cordova of Cedaredge was arrested for a weapons violation after he allegedly brandished a handgun at a work crew as he drove through a construction zone on the streets of Cedaredge. Sheriff's deputies assisted the Cedaredge Police Department with the investigation.
A Cedaredge area resident complained about a Great Pyrenees dog that chases him on his bike and comes into his yard. He told dispatch he had reported the dog's aggressive behavior five times previously.
A pit bull suffered a puncture wound to the shoulder after the dog allegedly caused distress to a horse. The horse's owner admitted he stabbed the dog when attempts to run it off were unsuccessful. The incident occurred on Alkali Basin Road near Delta.
The theft of furniture, stereo and personal contents was reported from an unoccupied home in Crawford.
A Paonia area resident reported that an inflatable standup paddleboard she had left leaning against the garage had turned up missing. She waited several days to report the theft because she thought a friend might have borrowed the paddleboard.
At about 4 p.m., Jack Ranch was backing his dump truck down a driveway on Cedar Drive, Paonia, when he got too close to the edge of the roadway and the truck tipped onto its side. Paonia firefighters, North Fork ambulance personnel and sheriff's deputies assisted at the scene. The driver did not require any further medical attention. No charges were filed; damages will be worked out between the driver and the property owner.
Two 911 calls were received about a verbal altercation on Kremmling Road, Austin. The man and woman involved in the incident provided conflicting stories and deputies were unable to determine who the aggressor might have been. No charges were filed.
Leaf Glimpse of Delta was charged with two counts of aggravated motor vehicle theft (one less than $20,000 and one greater than $20,000), after a stolen pickup was reportedly recovered from his home. A 2007 Dodge pickup owned by Benjamin Wear was reported stolen on Oct. 7. The pickup was crashed and abandoned on Fire Mountain Road outside of Paonia, but a wallet left inside the vehicle led to the identification of Glimpse as a possible suspect. When deputies went to his home on H75 Road to talk about the stolen Dodge, they found a 1993 Chevy pickup parked in the driveway. That pickup was allegedly stolen from Tommy Sandier in Paonia shortly after the crash of the Dodge. Glimpse is also being held on a warrant out of Montrose County and a charge of criminal trespass.
Calling all volunteers! Fort Uncompahgre on the Old Spanish Trail has received six new tipis that will be used as outdoor classrooms in conjunction with the Nature Connection. John Hardy has volunteered to lead a group of folks who are willing to learn how to set up the tipis and pitch in where necessary.