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

July 16:

Shae Gero, of Olathe, was arrested and jailed as a fugitive of justice.

Deputies responded to a potential theft on Highway 92 in Delta.

A possible incident of elder abuse was reported on 1710 Lane.

Deputies responded to a report of a suspicious incident on Highway 65 in Austin which changed to a burglary incident.

A female party was reported vandalizing vehicles in Eckert on Oak Creek Road.

July 17:

Amber Simineo of Hotchkiss was arrested on no bond for a warrant of cruelty towards child.

Deputies received a report of a theft on Black Bridge Road in Paonia.

At approximately 6:25 p.m. an alarm went off at the Technical College of the Rockies. Deputies cleared the building and no one was inside. An unsecured door was found at the back of building three.

July 18:

Deputies responded to Shady Oak Avenue in Cedaredge for a report of a down power line after a semi truck collided with a pole. A TDS pole providing telephone and cable services was struck, breaking the pole and phone/cable lines. The vehicle associated was not located.

Deputies assisted Adult Protective Services in Delta.

After responding to a domestic violence incident, Joshua Fox was arrested for domestic violence, harassment and child abuse.

At the corner of Crawford Road and Cottonwood Creek road in Crawford a vehicle went off the corner, through a fence and into a field. Colorado State Patrol responded and arrested William Jackson, 49, of Crawford, after walking away from the accident.

A burglary of a guitar valued at $2,500 was reported at Pansy Road in Delta.

Deputies located a Cedaredge woman with dementia who took off in a vehicle. Sheriff Taylor would like to commend Deputy Reiner, Deputy Griffith, Sergeant Abeyta and dispatcher Ibarra for their quick thinking and service to the community for helping locate a grandmother with dementia within about an hour of it being reported. Their actions helped reunite this family and get her home safely. If you have a loved one suffering from dementia or Alzheimer's and they wander or drive away, please don't hesitate to call dispatch and ask for help from deputies in searching for your loved one. The Sheriff's Department is here to help 24/7, just call 970-874-2015.

July 19:

Deputies located three deceased cows in various stages of decay on the South side of Trap Club Road near Doughspoon Road in Austin.

Jeremiah Crawford of Hotchkiss was arrested for a $2,500 warrant out of Boulder County.

Deputies responded to North Road in Hotchkiss for a report of a fire. A small shed structure was burnt down due to the fire.

Deputies assisted the Delta County Ambulance with a medical issue due to the violent tendencies of the person being treated. The patient was treated and transported to DCMH without incident.

A haystack was on fire in Hotchkiss. A deputy responded with the Hotchkiss Fire Department and it was extinguished.

July 20:

At 2:30 a.m. deputies responded to an alarm at the Technical College of the Rockies. No evidence of criminal activity was observed.

At 10:23 p.m. deputies responded to the Crawford Montessori School for a burglary alarm. The building was checked and found to be secured.

A deputy responded to the adobe area on Fairview Road/Trap Club Road, Delta County Colorado, for a report of an abandoned jeep in the area. The Jeep was located, however the driver is reported as a missing person.

Deputies responded to E 3rd Street for a fire and juveniles fighting in the street. The fire was put out by the homeowner and no juveniles were found in the area. Delta Police Department handled the investigation.

The Delta Police Department did not submit a report for this week.

Please note: All charges are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until or unless proven guilty.


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