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Delta Police, sheriff's blotter Feb. 21, 2018

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From the Delta Police Department:

Feb. 11:

Officers responded to an address on Bluff Street for the report of a disturbance.

Feb. 12:

Officers responded to an address on Palmer Street for the report of a suspicious incident/possible burglary in progress.

Officers received a report regarding a possible sex assault on a child.

Officers responded to an address on Pinion Street for a citizen assist.

Officers responded to the lobby for a citizen assist.

Officers responded to Valley Sunset RV Park for the report of a male who was deceased. No criminal activity suspected.

Officers responded to the 400 block of Main Street for a traffic accident.

Officers responded to Palmer Street for a traffic accident.

Christopher J. Frentzel, 35, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $1,200 bond.

Feb. 13:

Officers responded to an address on Porter Court for a possible suicidal person.

Officers responded to the 100 block of West 11th Street for the report of a hit and run traffic accident.

Feb. 14:

Officers responded to an address on East 19th Street for a possible theft.

John E. Norris, 52, of Delta was arrested on charges of hit and run, failed to stop and give information, and driving under the influence.

Officers responded to 676 Hwy. 50 for a report of first degree burglary, theft and criminal mischief.

Feb. 15:

Officers took a phone report of a possible trespass.

Officers responded to 1760 Hwy. 50 for an agency assist.

A juvenile female of Delta received a summons on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officers responded to the approximate intersection of East 10th and Grand Avenue for a report of a traffic accident.

Officers took a lobby report of theft from a vehicle.

A counterfeit $20 was turned in to the police department for destruction.

Rebecca M. Loos, 24, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $300 bond.

Feb. 16:

Officers responded to an area behind Stafford Lane for the report of a possible suicidal person.

Officers took a lobby report of fraud.

Officers responded to the lobby to provide a citizen assist.

Officers responded to Hastings Street for a report of a juvenile problem.

Officers responded to Highway 92 and 1800 for a traffic accident.

Jesse A. Mcafee, 35, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a violation of a protection order.

Feb. 17:

Officers responded to the area of 5th Street and Main Street for a traffic accident.

Adam A. Kasamis, 29, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $750 bond.

Brian J. Ramirez, 22, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of third degree assault with a $0 bond.

Citations: Eight tickets were issued this week for various traffic violations.

From the Delta County Sheriff's Office (partial list):

Feb. 12:

At about 1 p.m., Dirk Pinto and Kelly Pollak were involved in a head-on collision on Highway 133 near Paonia. Sheriff's deputies, North Fork Ambulance and the Colorado State Patrol responded to the scene. Both drivers complained of some pain. Deputies assisted with traffic control while the CSP trooper completed the investigation.

An Eckert woman reported a near-miss with a horse on the road in the Eckert area shortly after 10 p.m.

At about 11 p.m., sheriff's deputies assisted the Delta Police Department with the apprehension of Ricky Christenson, 40, of Cedaredge. DPD officers spotted a suspicious vehicle in the area of Rose Court. Christenson exited the vehicle and was found hiding on some property nearby. He was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant out of Montrose County and was taken to Delta County Jail pending transport to Montrose County or posting of the $2,000 bond.

Feb. 13:

A Hotchkiss resident was advised that a trade "gone bad" was a civil, not criminal, matter.

A man living on 2000 Road, Delta, observed a half-ton Dodge pickup on his neighbor's property. The neighbor had asked the man to keep an eye on his property while he was out of town. The man walked over to the property and confronted three individuals rummaging around in an outbuilding. They provided names and contact information and complied with his request to leave. Nothing appeared to be missing. When deputies arrived on the scene, the man handed over the contact information. Deputies are attempting to determine if that information is real or fictitious.

Feb. 14:

A man living on Niagara Avenue, Paonia, reported a maroon Chevy Suburban had hit his fence. After taking down the fence, the Suburban left the area. The man provided a description of the vehicle and its general direction.

A Delta resident who was expecting some important documents in the mail reported they'd likely been stolen. The theft was one of several that have been occurring throughout the county. Delta County Sheriff Fred McKee advises recipients to check their mailboxes as soon as possible after delivery, or to ask their neighbors to do that favor if they're not at home when mail is delivered. Avoid the early placement of outgoing mail in the box; a raised red flag can draw would-be thieves.

Feb. 14:

A Peach Valley resident reported gunshots south of her home.

Feb. 16:

The Colorado State Patrol requested assistance with a traffic stop on 1800 Road, Delta, at about 6 p.m. Carl West, 25, of Delta was asked to perform roadside maneuvers and later taken into custody on alcohol-related charges.

A Hotchkiss area resident requested assistance after hitting a deer. Although she was not injured, the airbags in her car deployed and she was unable to open her door. The car came to rest on a narrow shoulder with a broken windshield and a broken mirror.

Feb. 13:

A two-car accident involving Kandice Rigdon, 25, of Paonia and a 17-year-old driver from Delta closed the Highway 92/65 intersection around 9 p.m. Sheriff's deputies, Colorado State Patrol, Delta firefighters and Delta County Ambulance responded to the scene. The extent of injuries is not known.

Feb. 17:

A Delta woman reported that $70 had been stolen out of her purse while she was at work. A debit card and a watch were taken from a co-worker's bag.

Feb. 18:

A Cedaredge resident reported that her 17-year-old son was missing after walking away from Children's Hospital in Aurora. The Aurora Police Department requested she file a report locally as well.

Feb. 19:

At about 1:30 a.m., Delta firefighters and sheriff's deputies were dispatched to an address on Soncrest Road, Delta, where a tree close to the house was on fire.

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