From the Delta Police Department:
Justice L. Kuhn, 20, of Eckert was issued a ticket for alleged shoplifting.
James S. Ross, 42, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $2,000 bond.
Eric J. Hodgers, 39, of Denver was issued a ticket for alleged shoplifting.
Brooke K. Dawes, 27, of Delta was issued a ticket for alleged shoplifting.
River M.J. Glimpse, 28, of Delta was issued a ticket for alleged shoplifting.
Tyler M. Dill, 18, of Delta was issued a ticket for alleged careless driving after being involved in a single vehicle crash on Highway 92 at Meeker Street. No injuries were reported. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
Colin B. Fraser, 21, of Delta was issued a ticket for alleged limitations on backing/unsafe backing after being involved in a two-vehicle crash in the 1000 block of Howard Street. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles were driven from the scene.
Christina D. Jones, 34, of Montrose was issued a ticket for alleged shoplifting.
Gary R. Ames, 47, homeless, was issued a ticket for alleged shoplifting.
Zachary E. Kaye, 25, of Grand Junction was issued a ticket for alleged theft.
Terry L. Lovelady Jr., 38, of Delta was arrested and jailed for alleged first degree criminal trespass of a vehicle.
Charidy M. Meeks, 33, of Cedaredge was issued a ticket for alleged shoplifting.
Sierra D. Kirstatter, 21, of Clifton was issued a ticket for alleged failure to yield right of way at a stop sign after being involved in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 50 at 1525 Road. Minor injuries were reported. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.
Citations: Nine tickets for traffic violations were issued this week, four for speeding.
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):
At 8 a.m., a Crawford resident reported she just heard someone leave in her 1982 Mercury Grenada. The vehicle has not been located. Sheriff's deputies are investing whether the suspect is known to the victim.
The locks were cut off three storage units at the intersection of Highway 65 and 92. One of the locks was replaced.
A Paonia area woman suspected someone had entered her house after she found several objects out of place.
Deputies responded to a physical altercation in the Hotchkiss area. Ryan Jacobs, 32, was charged with criminal mischief after he allegedly broke windows in a house on Linn Avenue.
A resident of 2100 Road, Delta, reported a drive-by shooting at about 7 p.m. Deputies talked to the reporting party and several neighbors, but were unable to confirm that any shots were fired. About the same time, a neighbor's vehicle was damaged. That incident is still under investigation.
Moffat County sheriff's deputies asked for assistance in locating a teenage runaway who was reported to be in the Cedaredge area.
A built-in tracking device led to the recovery of a stolen late model Toyota SUV at a residence on Marshall's Road near Cory. The property owner denied any knowledge of the vehicle, saying it had been left at the house by an unknown party earlier that morning. Sheriff's deputies collected physical evidence and returned the vehicle to the owner. The vehicle is owned by a leasing company and was stolen out of Mesa County. Mesa County investigators will follow up.
The sheriff's office received a complaint about a property owner who is not maintaining a ditch as required. As a result, a neighbor's yard and corrals are being flooded.
A 23-year-old Delta area woman was reported missing by family members who reported she was depressed and possibly suicidal. The woman was located a couple of hours later.
A North Fork Mosquito Control District employee was reportedly harassed and threatened by a homeowner.
A Cedaredge area man complained about a neighbor who is target shooting. Sheriff's deputies checked the gun stand and found it to be in a safe location.
Two accidents involving school property are proving costly for Delta County Joint School District, district business manager Jim Ventrello reported last week. Both incidents involved uninsured drivers, forcing the school district to file claims with its insurance provider and pay deductibles of $10,000.