The Delta Police Department blotter was not available at press time Tuesday.
From the Delta County Sheriff's Office (partial list):
Deputies assisted the Paonia Police Department with a disturbance on Onarga Street. A male party having an episode related to illegal narcotics was transported to Delta County Memorial Hospital.
The sheriff's office received a report from the National Suicide Prevention Hotline advising of a 36-year-old female who had contacted them by phone. The female was contacted at her Eckert address and placed on an M-1 hold.
At about 6 p.m., deputies responded to the intersection of Highway 92 and 3000 Road near Hotchkiss on a report that Gerald Kline, 22, of Delta had shot himself in the leg and still had the firearm in possession. Earlier that day he had called dispatch saying he had been walking for miles and wanted a ride back to town. He was issued a summons for false reporting.
Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance on Oak Creek Road, Eckert. Samantha Johnson was booked into jail on a charge of harassment as an act of domestic violence.
An investigation was opened into alleged elder abuse involving the fraudulent use of funds.
Deputies responded to an address on Powell Mesa Road, Hotchkiss, in reference to a water problem between two female parties.
Shortly after 10 p.m., deputies responded to a traffic accident involving a vehicle and a horse on Highway 65, mile marker 3. The horse was deceased upon arrival and the vehicle was towed from the scene. The driver was not injured.
The sheriff's office received a report of a runaway from an address on Sawmill Mesa Road, Delta.
During a traffic stop at Maverik, Nikole Kissner of Austin was taken into custody on two outstanding warrants and charged with false reporting.
A homeless man reported his brown van missing from the Rogers Mesa Store.
A Crawford area resident reported three dogs came onto her property and grabbed her cat, injuring her pet.
Shortly after 3 p.m., a fire was reported on D50 Road near Austin. The fire was extinguished by the Delta Fire Department. No criminal intent is suspected. There were no injuries.
Deputies responded to a report of domestic violence at an address on Highway 65 near Eckert.
Citizens assist a Denver area resident who said he was the victim of harassment on Escalante Canyon Road. A dispute over a dog resulted in a 30- to 40-year-old male ATV rider threatening to shoot him if he didn't leave the area. The suspect was not located.
Deputies responded to a family argument in Orchard City. Contact was made with all parties involved; no charges were filed.
Deputies responded to a disturbance on Timothy Road, Cedaredge. Two male parties admitting to fighting each other but described the fight as "friendly." They refused to press charges. They were treated for minor injuries before deputies left the scene.
Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance on 1300 Road, Delta. The case is under investigation.
Deputies responded to the upper East Pipeline Road near Cedaredge for a reported medical injury. A 39-year-old male from Cedaredge was transported to St. Mary's via Care Flight. It is believed an assault may have occurred, and two male suspects are being sought. The case will remain open pending further investigation.
A female trespasser was removed from an address on Graff Road, Delta.
Deputies responded to an address on D Road, Crawford, for two dogs running at large and acting in a vicious manner.
The sheriff's office took a runaway report from an Orchard City residence. The case remains active.
On May 1, the Cedaredge board of trustees met for a special meeting to appropriate an additional $35,000 from reserves as a loan to the golf course fund.
These funds will be used to purchased a used turf utility vehicle, a spray rig, and to make improvements to the kitchen and dining area of the restaurant.