From the Delta Police Department (edited for length):
Officers were dispatched to the 1600 block of Cherry Lane for a possible adult suicidal male.
Officers responded to the intersection of Stafford Lane and Highway 92 for a two-vehicle accident. Joseph A. Rodgers, 69, of Montrose was issued a summons for disobeying a red signal light.
Officers responded to 500 West 2nd Street, Hope Manufacturing, for a possible burglary.
Officers took a lobby report of a possible identity theft.
Officers took a lobby report of a possible missing person. This person returned home on July 23.
Officers responded to 795 1600 Road, Delta Christian Church, for a report of criminal mischief.
Officers responded to the 1100 block of Park Ridge Court for a possible burglary.
Officers took a report of property that was found in the 1700 block of Hillcrest Drive.
Officers responded to 689 Highway 50 for a report of an adult male suicide attempt.
Officers responded to the 200 block of Howard Street for a report of theft of property.
Officers responded to the intersection of Dodge Street and West 8th Street for a two-vehicle accident. Cindy Treto Maders, 23, of Fruita was issued a summons for disregarding a stop sign.
Frank Salazar, 49, of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting at City Market.
Officers took a hit-and-run traffic accident report that occurred at Walmart.
Officers responded to the 300 block of Dodge Street for a possible forced entry into a residence.
Officers contacted a pedestrian on Highway 50. As a result, David H. Rey-nolds, 24, of Grand Junction was arrested on two Mesa County warrants with a total bond of $6,026 cash only.
Officers took a lobby report of a lost wallet.
Officer took a lobby report of possible identity theft.
Officers responded to Stafford Lane and Highway 92 for a traffic accident.
Officers responded to West 6th Street and Main Street for a traffic accident. Thomas L. Collins, 44, of Delta was issued a summons for careless driving and a proof of service for driving vehicle while license suspended.
Officers responded to the 200 block of Meeker Street for a private property accident.
Officers responded to 702 Main Street, Eldorado Motel, for a report of a wanted person. James L. Huff, 56, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a Delta County warrant with a $1,500 cash or surety bond.
Brook K. Ware, 30, of Delta was arrested on a Delta County warrant with a bond of $300 cash or surety.
Officers took a lobby report for a possible theft.
Officers responded to Cleland Park for a report of a vehicle accident. Ramon, Urquiza-Cano, 48, of Hotchkiss was arrested for driving under the influence and limitations on backing.
Officers responded to the 1000 block of East 5th Street for a possible domestic violence.
Officers responded to Cleland Park, where Jeffrey D. Nutter, 63, was issued a summons for unlawful acts.
Officers responded to a traffic accident at the intersection of Highway 92 and Stafford Lane. Lee V. Cook, 71, of Delta was issued a summons for disobeying a red signal light.
Officers responded to the parking lot of Wells Fargo Bank for a traffic accident.
Officers took a lobby report in regards to possible suspicious activities involving juveniles.
Officers took a lobby report in regards to a possible burglary.
Officers took a lobby report in regards to a possible trespass.
Officers took a report of a traffic accident that occurred July 18 at the intersection of G Road and Graff Road.
Officers took a lobby report of a possible missing person. A welfare check was conducted.
Officers responded to Walmart for a private property accident.
Officers responded to the 500 block of Dodge Street for a report of improper use of child car seat. Christina S. Johnson, 38, of Hotchkiss was issued a citation for driving without a valid driver's license.
Officers responded to the 600 block of West 5th Street for an unattended death.
Officers responded to the 500 block of Dodge Street, for a report of lost and found property.
John S. Beres, 59, of Delta was arrested on charges of violation of a no contact protection order.
Officers responded to Wells Fargo Bank for a private property traffic accident.
A 14-year old juvenile male was issued a summons for shoplifting at Walmart.
Officers responded to the 1400 block of Elm Way for a welfare check.
Officers responded to the 600 block of Palmer Street for a juvenile problem. As a result, John H. Stewart, 47, of Delta was arrested on a no contact protection order violation.
Officers responded to Safeway for the report of a possible drunk driver parked at the fuel station. Cody W. Dillard, 28, of Delta was arrested on charges of drove vehicle while denied and a Colorado State Patrol warrant with a $300 bond.
Officers received information of a possible wanted person at Four Seasons River Inn & RV Park. As a result, Martin A. Martinez, 41, of Delta was arrested on three warrants with a total bond of $15,000.
Citations: 16 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):
A Delta area resident reported the theft of his checkbook.
At about 3 p.m., deputies responded to the emergency room at Delta County Memorial Hospital concerning an Orchard City resident who had been in an altercation with a neighbor. The man, who was treated for injuries in the area of his rib cage, declined to cooperate with law enforcement.
A Cedaredge area woman reported the theft of registration and proof of insurance from two different vehicles.
Two separate calls were received about a trash fire on F Road, Delta.
An Eckert woman returned to her home on W. Spring Circle to find a door open. It's not a door that she normally uses and her home has been broken into before. She is compiling a list of missing items.
Deputies investigated a report of elder abuse involving an 81-year-old Austin woman. The woman was reportedly talked out of $300 by a home health provider.
A Delta area woman reported a dispute with a neighbor over irrigation water.
Deputies were asked to check the welfare of an older Hotchkiss resident who failed to show up for an appointment and could not be reached by phone. She later returned a message left by deputies, saying she had been on a camping trip.
Deputies were asked to check the welfare of an 83-year-old Delta area man. Family members believe he's being taken advantage of by a number of people, including one female who resides in his home.
The Bank of the West fraud division contacted sheriff's deputies about a 71-year-old Delta area man who had withdrawn $71,000 from his account. It was believed he was the victim of a scam. Deputies determined he had sent a portion of the funds overseas before realizing he was the victim of fraud. He had used the remainder of the withdrawal for house repairs.
Deputies assisted the Colorado State Patrol with a traffic stop at Stafford Lane and Highway 92 following a tip from hospital personnel. Reuben Moore, 48, of Clifton was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs.
At about midnight, deputies observed a female on Highway 65 near Ersley Road in Eckert. She appeared to be either intoxicated or high and was exposing herself. Shirley Rimpley, 52, of Kansas City, Kan., was arrested and jailed on charges of intoxicated pedestrian on highway, public indecency and resisting arrest. Deputies had spoken with Rimpley earlier in the week concerning a stolen vehicle she believed to be located at a residence on California Mesa.
A homeowner alerted by an interior alarm contacted dispatch about a possible break-in at a home on Marshalls Road in Austin.
Deputies responded to a domestic incident involving a 70-year-old female in a wheelchair who was threatening to stab the reporting party.
A Hotchkiss area woman contacted dispatch after her 25-year-old son showed up at her home, apparently drunk and making threats.
A man living on Redlands Mesa reported someone had entered his home through an unlocked door and taken a number of checks, including one that was signed.
A hemp company in the Paonia area reported the theft of about $6,000 worth of products from a warehouse. A suspect has been identified and the investigation is continuing.
A Crawford area resident reported a neighbor threatened to punch a hole in his generator because it was running too early in the day.
A female's screams prompted a Paonia area man to contact dispatch. Deputies visited with a male and female on BLM property just off Pan American Avenue. They determined the altercation was verbal only and the two parties were separated.
Deputies responded to a motorcycle accident on Fruitland Mesa Road and Polson Road, Crawford, that occurred at about 10:30 p.m. Justin Peter, the driver of the motorcycle, had been transported to the emergency room by his mother. The Colorado State Patrol investigated the accident, which apparently involved a deer.