Law enforcement blotter Oct. 18, 2017
By Press Release
Published Thursday, October 19, 2017 9:48 am
From the Delta Police Department:
Darrell G. Anderson, 40, homeless was arrested and jailed on charges of disorderly conduct/trespass.
Justin C. Peters, 33, of Crawford was issued a summons for shoplifting.
Christie L. Waltman, 35, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant with no bond.
Nicholas C. Love, 42, of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting.
Jarred D. Rule, 23, of Delta was issued a summons for criminal mischief.
Jillian R. Spencer, 22, of Lakeview, Ark., was arrested and jailed on charges of assault in the third degree.
Roberto C. Campas, 19, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of driving under the influence of drugs/disobeyed a red light signal.
Carl L. West, 25, of Delta was arrested and jailed on alleged criminal mischief.
Citations: Thirteen 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 woman reported two pickups were involved in a drag race down 2150 Road. She provided a description of the vehicles and a possible address. When contacted by deputies, the father and son who owned the two pickups vehemently denied they were drag racing. Deputies could find no evidence of criminal activity.
A 13-year-old boy was treated for a dog bite that occurred at Volunteer Park in Paonia. He at first stated the injury to his thigh occurred when he fell into a barbed wire fence. The dog has not been identified.
Deputies helped the Cedaredge Police Department locate the owner of two cows that were loose on N. Grand Mesa Drive at about 8:30 p.m.
Deputies contacted a Crawford resident who was reported to be trespassing on neighboring property. The 22-year-old male was advised to stay on public roadways.
A Jeep Cherokee awaiting repairs was reported stolen from Kwiki Tire east of Hotchkiss. Deputies are trying to determine if the vehicle was taken to settle a civil dispute.
Deputies responded to an address on Hunsicker Avenue, Eckert, after a call to 911 was left open. They determined a female and male were engaged in a verbal dispute. The parties were separated; no charges were filed.
A car was reportedly stuck on the railroad tracks following an accident near J80 and Riverside Drive, Hotchkiss. The vehicle was towed before a train passed by.
Deputies were asked to provide photos of a vehicle owned by a Crawford resident that was believed to have been involved in an accident in Salida.
A storage shed on 2015 Road, Austin, was totally destroyed by fire around noon. The property owner said she had been burning weeds the day before and was sure the fire was completely out. The shed was valued at $1,000.
An overdue hunter was reported by a family member at about 7 p.m. Delta County Search and Rescue was contacted, but the 69-year-old Cedaredge resident walked out before they mobilized. He was using an ATV to hunt on Grand Mesa.
Deputies were asked to check the welfare of a 16-year-old male who had made suicidal threats by text and Facebook.
An Austin resident reported a window of his car had been broken while parked on Fairview Road.