Delta Police Department

  • Agency: Delta Police Department
  • Address: 215 W 5th St, Delta, 81416 CO
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 970-874-7676
Fax: 970-874-5119
Email:

Delta Police Department is located at 215 W 5th St, Delta, 81416 CO. The Delta Police Department phone number is 970-874-7676.

Delta Police Department News

Delta PD Administrative Offices will be CLOSED on Monday, November 12 in observance of Veteran's Day. All of us give a huge heartfelt THANK YOU to all Veterans for their service.

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Delta PD Activity Blotter for Oct. 28 - Nov. 3, 2018

Delta PD Officer Kenneth Taylor presented My Place with a Certificate of Appreciation and a challenge coin for their well planned and successful Designated Driver program. (Photo courtesy of Sgt. Steve Furstenfeld, DPD)

Police Officers and Admin Staff had a great time passing out glow sticks to Trick-or-Treaters Wednesday night. Trick or Treat Main Street was a huge success and all those costumes were fantastic. Our community really is the best!

"A couple of your officers responded to a minor call at Bill Heddles Recreation Center on Oct. 29th (to Aquatics) and took a few minutes to talk to some kids in our child care. Andy Braslin and Kevan Arreola were great to spend a few moments answering the kids questions and even tossed around a football for a minute. It was a very cool experience for the kids and I just wanted to give them kudos for taking time out of their day to do that. (Statement and Photos courtesy of Amanda Hatch, Aquatics Coordinator, BHRC)

Trick or Treat Main Street is Wednesday, October 31st, from 3 PM to 5 PM. Please watch closely for pedestrians and traffic downtown and in all residential areas. Be safe, stay safe and have fun. For more safety tips...

Delta Police Department Activity Blotter for October 21-27, 2018

DELTA POLICE DEPARTMENT ACTIVITY BLOTTER OCTOBER 14-20, 2018 October 14 1143 hours Officers responded to 1501 East 3rd Street, Delta County Memorial Hospital, for a report of a possible assault. 1242 hours Officers spoke with a male party regarding a possible burglary in the 600 block of Palmer Street. 1700 hours Officers responded to the 400 block of West 8th Street for a report of a suspicious incident. 1943 hours Officers responded to an address on 1630 Road for a report of aggravated motor vehicle theft. October 15 0700 hours Officers were advised that a stolen dealer license plate belonging to Summers Rocky Mountain Motors, was on a vehicle in the 400 block of Dodge Street. As a result, a warrant for Chante S. Martinez, 28, of Delta has been issued. 1216 hours Officers took a lobby report of a 14-year-old female that had runaway. 1256 hours Officers responded to the 700 block of B Street for a report of possible vehicle break in. 1900 hours While on routine patrol, officers conducted a traffic stop in the approximate location of Highway 92 and Highway 50. As a result, Justin R. Dawson, 39, of Delta was arrested for possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), license plates not legible and fictitious license plates. 2056 hours Officers responded to 101 Highway 92, Maverick, for the report of a female not conscious inside the store. The Delta County Ambulance was called and the female was transported to 1501 East 3rd Street, Delta County Memorial Hospital. After further investigation, a request for prosecution has been requested for Brandy A. Miramontes, on charges of possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine). 0001 hours Officers observed a vehicle traveling northbound at the approximate location of Circle Drive and Valley View Drive with mud covering the license plate. As a result of further investigation and with the assistance of K9 Raico, Nathaniel M. Hammond, 24, of Montrose was arrested on possession of a controlled substance. (methamphetamine) and unlawful distribution of controlled substance. Mr. Hammond also had two Montrose County warrants and a Colorado State Patrol warrant with a $3750 bond. October 16 0255 hours Officers responded to the 1100 block of Mustang Lane for the report of a disturbance. 0820 hours Officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of 11th Street and Main Street. As a result, Michael A. Cook, 48, of Grand Junction was arrested on a Garfield County warrant. 1427 hours Officers responded to 37 Stafford Lane, Walmart, for a report of a shoplifter. Dan-David M. Lamon, 18, of Delta was charged with fraud. Mr. Lamon was also arrested on a Delta County warrant. October 17 0010 hours Officers conducted a vehicle stop in the 300 block of West 5th Street. As a result, Justin R. Ritter, 28, of Delta was arrested on a Colorado State Patrol warrant. 0720 hours Officers responded to the 1400 block of Highway 50 for the report of a two vehicle traffic accident. As a result, Taylor J. Stratton, 24, of Delta was issued a summons for following too close. 1400 hours Officers responded to the 100 block of West 6th Street for a report of people squatting at a residence. As a result, Alan S. Hawk, 34, of Cedaredge and Lindsey S. McKinney, 33, of Delta were issued summons’s for trespassing. 1506 hours Officers conducted a Certified Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). 1530 hours Officers responded to 321 East 10th Street, Delta Middle School, for the report of a possible wanted person. As a result, a warrant for the arrest of Jose D. Madrid has been issued on charges of criminal impersonation and criminal possession of an identification document. 2046 hours Officers responded to 108 Gunnison River Drive, McDonalds, for a report of theft. October 18 0816 hours Officers responded to 640 West 4th Street, City of Delta Public Works Building for found property. 0920 hours Officers responded to the intersection of Highway 92 and Heinz Street for a two vehicle accident. As a result, Mary L. Twomey, 74, of Delta was issued a summons for failing to yield while making a left turn. 0934 hours Officers took a lobby report of a civil problem. 1044 hours Officers responded to the 400 block of Main Street for a report of a hit and run accident. 1538 hours Officers responded to H20 Road and 1550 Road for a traffic accident. 2209 hours Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 100 block of Meeker Street. As a result, Aranda M. Leyba-Bush, 22, of Cedaredge was arrested on a Delta County warrant. Ms. Leyba-Bush was also charged with possession of schedule II X 2 (heroin and methamphetamine) and possession of burglary tools. October 19 0913 hours Officers responded to 1030 Main Street, Westways Court Motel, for the report of criminal mischief. 1310 hours Officers responded to 37 Stafford Lane, Walmart for a report of shoplifting. Brian A. Acklin, 42, of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting. 1624 hours Officers responded to the 500 block of A Street for a report of possible menacing and harassment. 1635 hours Officers responded to 531 North Palmer Street, Bill Heddles Recreation Center, for a citizen assist. 1736 hours Officers observed a male party walking in the 500 block of North Palmer. After further investigation, Thomas W. Z. Foster, 23, of Delta was arrested on a Delta County warrant. Mr. Foster was also charged with possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine). 1920 hours Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of West 6th Street for a report of criminal mischief. As a result, Johnathan A. Lopes, 32, of Delta was arrested on charges of criminal mischief as an act of domestic violence. 2110 hours Officers made a pedestrian contact in the 1000 block of East 5th Street. As a result, Ezequiel Silva-Garcia, 23, of Delta was arrested on a Montrose County warrant. October 20 1837 hours Officers took a phone call in regards to a suspicious incident that occurred at 7108 Highway 50, Alta Vista de la Montana. 1840 hours Officers responded to 122 Gunnison River Drive, City Market, for a report of a shoplifter. Autumn M. Holmes, 22, of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting. 1908 hours Officers responded to the intersection of Highway 50 and Pioneer Road in reference to a two vehicle accident, involving injuries and blockage. 2209 hours Officers responded to an address on I Road in regards to a damaged fence. Citations: 6 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.” ---END---

The Delta Police Department is excited to introduce our newest Police Officer, Jarrod Lang. Officer Lang was born and raised in Olathe, Colorado and began his career with the Olathe Police Department in 1997. Officer Lang was most recently employed by the Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Office. Officer Lang brings an extensive list of experience and certifications to the Delta Police Department. Officer Lang is an NRA certified firearms instructor in handgun, shotgun and patrol rifle and a certified driving instructor. Officer Lang has completed extensive training in FEMA National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) and has completed ICS 100, 200, 300, 400, IC 700, IC 706 and IC 800. Officer Lang has Wildland Fire training consisting of S 110, S 190, S 130 and S 200 and holds an active Wildland Fire Red Card. Officer Lang is certified in the San Jose Model of FTO (Field Training Officer) and was previously certified in the Reno FTO Model as well. Officer Lang has taken numerous courses in first line supervision and leadership with the most recent being MAGNA leadership course. Officer Lang also has training in drug interdiction, Hazardous Materials Emergency Response and Identification, Reid Interview and Interrogations, SWAT, Active shooter and DARE. Please join us in welcoming Officer Lang to the City of Delta and the Delta Police Department.

Saturday, October 27th! Please share with friends, family and neighbors.

On 10/16/18 just after midnight, Nathaniel Michael Hammond, 24, of Montrose was arrested and jailed for alleged Possession of Controlled Substance (DF4) and Unlawful Distribution of Controlled Substance (DF2). Officers found approximately 74.9 grams of suspected Methamphetamine and items relating to the distribution of drugs in his possession. Officer W. Hammon and K9 Raico were able to assist with specialized K9 Drug Detection skills. Hammond was also arrested on 6 warrants with a total of $19,750 in bonds. (*The charges are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until or unless proven guilty.*)

Delta Police Department Activity Blotter for Oct. 7-13, 2018

Six men and two women arrested on 10/12/18 for alleged Marijuana Cultivation in the city of Delta

Anyone know this guy? Please do not post his possible identity here. Call Delta Police Department at 970-874-7676, or Dispatch 970-874-2015 with information.

On October 3, 2018 Delta Police Officer Will Hammon and K-9 Raico assisted the Delta County Sheriff's Office with the tracking of an individual who had been reported missing near Austin, Colorado.

Delta Police Department Blotter 9/30/18 - 10/6/2018

Thank you Colorow Care Center for showing your support for First Responders. Friends, neighbors and community is what our service is all about.

The IPAWS National Test is today. At approximately 12:18 P.M. today wireless phones everywhere may receive an emergency alert test message.

Mark your calendars, save the date, tell your neighbors, friends and family... Delta Police Department is hosting a free, convenient and safe drop off location. For more information go to www.DEATakeBack.com

Delta Police Department Activity Blotter September 23 – 29, 2018 September 23 0101 hours Officers responded to 1502 Howard Street, Conoco, in response to a medical assist. As a result, Francisco J. Cruz, 32, of Montrose was arrested on two Delta County warrants with a $6,000 bond. 1038 hours Officers responded to an address on 1565 Road, for the report of a disturbance. As a result, Maria G. Gonzalez, 34 of Delta and Elvisa Perez, 37, of Delta were issued summons for harassment. 1501 hours Officers responded to the area of 1325 Highway 50 for a two vehicle traffic accident. 2219 hours Officers responded to the 600 block of East 5th Street for a possible suicide attempt. After further investigation, the on call mental health representative was contacted. September 24 0851 hours Officers received a referral from the Colorado Springs Police Department in regards to a report of sexual exploitation of a child. 1540 hours Officers took a lobby report of a theft. 1608 hours Officers responded to 321 East 10th Street, Delta Middle School, for a report of an assault. 1743 hours Officers responded to the 300 block of East 6th Street in reference to a disturbance. 1805 hours Officers responded to 122 Gunnison River Drive, City Market, for a report of shoplifting. As a result, Katelyn E. Cook, 25, of Austin and Garry L. Schenck, 36, of Olathe were issued summons for shoplifting. 1922 hours Officers received a telephone call in regards to a possible harassment. September 25 0023 hours Officers conducted a traffic stop at the approximate location of Highway 50 and H38 Road. As a result, Daniel J. Winter, 39, of Delta was issued a summons for failing to use turn signals and display fictitious plates. 0747 hours Officers responded to 2050 South Main Street, Advanced Hearing Solutions, for a report of criminal mischief. 1425 hours Officers responded to the 200 block of West 4th Street for a report of theft, crimes against at-risk persons and crime of violation of a protection order. 1433 hours Officers contacted two pedestrians in the 100 block of Palmer Street. As a result, Richard Gomez, 71, of Delta was arrested on two Delta County warrants with a $600 bond. Ronald H. Gallegos, 59, of Gunnison was arrested on a Delta County warrant with a $300 bond. 1446 hours Officers took a report of a possible unlawful sexual contact. September 26 0819 hours Officers responded to the 900 block of Crawford Avenue for a welfare check. 1449 hours Officers responded to the 800 block of Main Street for a traffic accident. As a result, Bonnie J. Noland, 81, of Montrose was issued a summons for parking at curb or edge of roadway. 1953 hours Officers responded to 401 Kellogg Street, Confluence Lake, for a single vehicle traffic accident. 2100 hours Officers responded to the 200 block of West 4th Street for a citizen assist. September 27 0907 hours Officers responded to 1400 Pioneer Road, Delta High School, for a report of a juvenile problem. 0938 hours Officers responded to the 800 block of 1575 Road for a report of criminal mischief. 1146 hours Officers responded to 2200 Southgate Lane, Affordable Storage, for the report of a storage unit being burglarized. 1645 hours Officers took a lobby report of found property. 1439 hours Officers responded to 723 1565 Road, Black Jack Recycling Yard, for a traffic accident. 1645 hours Officers took a lobby report of found property. The property was a tablet that was left at Lions Pavilion. 2024 hours Officers responded to 1550 Highway 92, Safeway, for a welfare check. 2219 hours Officers responded to the 100 block of Palmer Street for a report of a male in the roadway. As a result, David O. Baker, 49, of Delta was arrested on violation of a protection order. 2309 hours Officers were assisting a motorist in the 1400 block of Highway 50. As a result, a 15-year-old female juvenile of Delta was issued a summons for throwing missiles at vehicles (eggs). September 28 0647 hours Officers responded to an address on Spruce Circle for the report of a disturbance. As a result, a refusal to prosecute form was signed. 0812 hours Officers responded to 750 Highway 92, Hellman Ford, for a report of a suspicious incident. 0945 hours Officers responded to the 1300 block of Highway 50 for the report of criminal mischief (spray paint tagging). 0954 hours Officers performed a Certified Vehicle Identification Number inspection (VIN) at an address on 1525 Road. 1448 hours Officers responded to 707 Main Street, Taco Time, for a report of a private property accident. 1634 hours Officers responded to 180 Gunnison River Drive, Quality Inn, in reference to theft from a vehicle. 1648 hours Officers took a lobby report of a robbery and third degree assault. As a result, an 11-year old juvenile male was released to his parents and juvenile petition was sent to the District Attorney’s Office. 1924 hours Officers responded to the 400 block of Main Street for a two vehicle traffic accident. As a result, Carlos Gonzales-Sanchez, 48, of Delta was issued a summons for careless driving and failing to present evidence of insurance. 2000 hours Officers took a lobby report in reference to a possible third degree assault. 2143 hours Officers responded to the 1300 block of Highway 50 for a possible protection order violation. As a result, Jessica L. Earl, 32 of Delta was arrested on charges of harassment, criminal mischief, first degree criminal trespass, second degree tampering and theft as an act of domestic violence. Jessica M. Anderson, 34, of Delta was arrested on charges of harassment, criminal mischief, first degree criminal trespass, second degree tampering and theft. 2227 hours Officers responded to 820 Highway 92, Needle Rock Brewing, for a report of criminal mischief to a vehicle. September 29 0807 Officers responded to the 7110 Highway 50 for a non-suspicious unattended death. 1213 hours Officers responded to 37 Stafford Lane, Walmart. As a result, Lloyd C. Lambert, 35 of Cedaredge was arrested on a Montrose County felony warrant and a Delta County warrant he was also charged with resisting arrest and possession of a dangerous or illegal weapon. Shae E. Gero, 26, of Gunnison was issued a no trespassing notification from Walmart. 1406 hours Officers responded to 122 Gunnison River Drive, City Market, for a private property accident. 1657 hours Officers responded to 1400 Pioneer Road, Delta High School, for a citizen assist. 1749 hours Officers responded to 1252 Main Street, Pizza Hut, for a report of criminal mischief. 2217 hours Officers responded to the 600 block of Columbia Street in response to a possible burglary. Citations: 7 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.” ---END---

On September 27, 2018 a Tablet was turned into the Police Department. It was found at Lyons Pavilion, if this belongs to you or you know the owner please call the Police Department and ask for Jamie 970-874-7676.

The Delta Police Department is excited to introduce the community to Raico, our newest team member. Raico is a 2-year-old Belgian Malinois originally from Holland. He is a multipurpose canine, nationally certified in Patrol Tactics, Tracking and Narcotics Detection. Raico has been teamed up with Delta K9 Officer Will Hammon. Officer Hammon, who was previously a K9 Handler for the US Army, and Raico just completed a 100 hour Police K9 Training program together with K9 Working Dog International in Longford, Kansas. As you see Officer Hammon and Raico out in our community, be sure to say hello. However, please keep in mind, Raico has not been raised as a family pet and is just now adjusting to his new environment and learning his social skills. We at the Delta Police Department are extremely excited about the assets Raico will bring to our city. In addition to a great crime deterrent, we are confident, Raico’s abilities will significantly increase the safety of our citizens and officers. Please join us in welcoming Raico to our community.

Delta Police Department Activity blotter Sept 16 – 22, 2018 September 16 0155 hours Officers contacted a pedestrian in the alley of the 300 block of Palmer Street and Main Street. As a result, Jonathan J. Banister, 32, of Delta was arrested on a warrant out of Arizona. 1617 hours Officers received a lobby report of a lost wallet in the area of 122 Gunnison River Drive, City Market. 1633 hours Officers responded to 122 Gunnison River Drive, City Market, for a report of a female shoplifter. As a result, Stephanie L. Duran, 26 of Eckert was issued a summons for shoplifting. 1820 hours Officers responded to 122 Gunnison River Drive, City Market, for a report of a female shoplifter. As a result, Tonya M. Pacheco, 40 of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting. 1919 hours Officers responded to 677 Highway 50, River Wood Trailer Park, for a non-suspicious death investigation. 2121 hours Officers responded to the 600 block of Highway 50 for an adult male who requested contact from Mental Health. September 17 0824 hours Officers responded to 1400 Pioneer Road, Delta High School, for a report of drug paraphernalia found on school grounds. As a result, Lionel Pizano, 18, of Delta was issued a summons for possession of drug paraphernalia. 1053 hours Officers responded to 25 Stafford Lane, AT&T, for a report of a possible theft. As a result, Aarron L. Fresquez, 31 of Delta was arrested on charges of theft and unlawful possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine). 1141 hours Officers responded to 1501 East 3rd Street, Delta County Memorial Hospital, for the report of an assault. As a result, Justin D. Rundle, 34, of Hotchkiss was arrested on charges of 2nd degree assault and possession of schedule II (methamphetamine). 1253 hours Officers responded to the 100 block of West 6th Street for follow up investigation. As a result, Jesse A. McAfee, 35, of Delta was arrested on a Delta County felony warrant. 2134 hours Officers received notification from Delta County Memorial Hospital of a patient with a dog bite. September 18 0839 hours Officers responded to 180 Gunnison River Drive, Quality Inn, for a report of a suspicious vehicle. As a result, Molly R. Grimes, 26, of Norwood was arrested for protection order violation (possession of weapon). 0839 hours Officers responded to 1400 Pioneer Road, Delta High School, for a report of a 15-year old female juvenile runaway. 1000 hours Officers received a Safe2Tell report of a juvenile operating a vehicle without a driver’s license. 1200 hours Officers took a phone call from a Nurse Practitioner at Delta Family Medical, for a report of a suspicious incident. 1306 hours Officers responded to 1400 Pioneer Road, Delta High School, for the report of a juveniles smoking marijuana on campus. As a result, a three 14-year old females were issued summons for charges of minor in possession of marijuana. 1338 hours Officers responded to the 1000 block of Meeker Street for the report of criminal mischief. 1341 hours Officers responded to 7110 Highway 50, Alta Vista De La Montana, for a report of criminal mischief. 2059 hours Officers responded to 37 Stafford Lane, Walmart for a report of a first degree criminal trespass and theft from auto. September 19 0800 hours Officers responded to the 600 block of Columbia Street for a report of theft. 0826 hours Officers responded to the 600 block of Columbia Street for a report of burglary. As a result, Joann A. Abeyta, 48, of Montrose was arrested on a Delta County misdemeanor warrant with a $500 bond. 1319 hours Officers responded to 1501 East 3rd Street, Delta County Memorial Hospital, for the report of an abandoned vehicle. The vehicle was towed from the parking lot. 1355 hours Officers responded to the 300 block of Main Street for a minor traffic accident. 1404 hours Officers responded to the 1700 Block of Highway 92, for a report of a traffic accident involving a deer. 1537 hours Officers responded to 510 North Palmer Street, Lions Pavilion, for a report of an intoxicated male. As a result, Jeffrey D. Nutter, 63, homeless of Delta was issued a summons for unlawful acts (alcohol). 1803 hours Officers responded to the 100 block of Dodge Street in reference to a vicious dog. 2100 hours Officers responded to 122 Gunnison River Drive, City Market, for a report of theft. 2202 hours Officers responded to the 1500 block of Guadalupe Street in reference to a wanted person. As a result, Lisa A. Mack, 50, of Delta was arrested on two misdemeanor warrant with a $2,250 total bond. 2243 hours Officers responded to 45 Stafford Lane, Sonic, for a suspicious vehicle. As a result, William D. Cook, 52, of Delta was arrested on a Delta County warrant. September 20 0950 hours Officers responded to Highway 92 and Crawford Avenue, for a traffic accident. As a result, Alexa R. Booth, 19, of Cedaredge was issued a summons for failed to yield right of way at stop sign. 0951 hours Officers responded to the 100 block of West 6th Street in an attempt to locate a wanted person. As a result, Alan S. Hawk Jr., 34, of Cedaredge was arrested on a Delta County misdemeanor warrant with a $500 bond. 1743 hours Officers responded to 37 Stafford Lane, Walmart, for a report of shoplifting. As a result, Shae E. Gero, 26, of Gunnison was issued a summons for shoplifting. Ms. Gero was also arrested on a misdemeanor warrant with a $1500 bond. 1836 hours Officers took a lobby report in reference to a theft of prescription medication. 2052 hours Officers responded to the 700 block of 1550 Road for a report of a protection order violation and criminal mischief. As a result, Deborah J. Cook, 47, of Paonia was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, violation of bail bond conditions, complicity and violation of a protection order. A warrant for William D. Cook, 52, of Delta has been requested. September 21 0806 hours Officers responded to 802 Main Street, Tacos Garcia, for a report of theft and criminal mischief. As a result, a warrant for the arrest of Aaron L. Fresquez, 31, of Delta has been requested. 1036 hours Officers took a lobby report of a possible protection order violation. 1048 hours Officers responded to 239 East 6th Street, St. Michael’s School, for a report of trespass. 1214 hours Officers made contact with a male party in the parking lot located at the 400 block of Meeker Street. As a result, a warrant has been requested for Lloyd C. Lampton, 35, homeless of Delta for obstructing a peace officer and resisting arrest. 2034 hours Officers responded to the 600 block of Columbia Street for a report of a female with possible alcohol poisoning. As a result, Jessica L. Forsythe, 33 of Delta was arrested on violation of a protection order (alcohol stipulation). 2048 hours Officers met with a Montrose Police Officer to transfer custody of a wanted suspect. As a result, Wayne L, Rocha, 36, of Montrose was arrested on a Delta City warrant with a $300 bond. September 22 0304 hours Officers responded to the intersection of Crawford Avenue and Highway 92, for a report of 3rd degree arson. Officers utilized their fire extinguishers and put out the fire. 0750 hours Officers responded to 741 West 5th Street, Homestead Meats, for the report of criminal mischief (broken window). 1104 hours Officers responded to 37 Stafford Lane, Walmart, for the report of a possible theft. 1115 hours Officers responded to the 1700 block of Hillcrest Drive for a report of irrigation ditch flooding. 1128 hours Officers responded to 750 Highway 92, Hellman Ford, for the report of a suspicious person. 1452 hours Officers responded to 145 Gunnison River Drive, Tractor Supply, for a report of shoplifting. 1456 hours Officers responded to 122 Gunnison River Drive, City Market for a report of shoplifting. As a result, Thomas W.Z. Foster, 22, of Delta was issued a summons for shoplifting and was arrested on charges of unlawful possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine). 1605 hours Officers responded to 122 Gunnison River Drive, City Market for a report of shoplifting. As a result, Christina A. Steele, 34, of Montrose was issued a summons for shoplifting 2358 hours Officers conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Highway 92 and Highway 50. As a result, was issued a proof of service for driving with license canceled\denied and his driver’s license was confiscated. Citations: 7 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.” ---END---