From the Delta Police Department:
Daniel A. Windemaker, 32, of Delta was arrested and jailed for alleged second degree burglary and third degree assault.
Desiree A. Kerns, 27, of Delta was issued a ticket for alleged shoplifting.
William C. Groom, 24, of Delta was arrested at 9:20 a.m. and jailed for alleged third degree assault, obstruction of telephone service, false imprisonment and child abuse.
A 17-year-old male of Olathe was issued a ticket for alleged shoplifting.
Scotty W. Frederick, 47, of Delta was arrested and jailed on two warrants. One warrant has no bond; the second has a $250 bond.
Daniel J. Urquhart, 37, of Delta was arrested and jailed for alleged criminal mischief, violation of a protection order x2, resisting arrest and harassment.
Cheryl K. Adams, 57, of Delta was issued a ticket for alleged failure to yield right of way at a stop sign and failure to present evidence of insurance after being involved in a two-vehicle crash at Highway 50 and Howard Street. Minor injuries were reported. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.
Lyle D. Nitzel, 43, of Delta was arrested and jailed for alleged disorderly conduct.
Melissa M. Fitzgerrel, 26, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $300 bond.
Thomas A. Baker, 48, of Delta was arrested and jailed on two warrants with a total $13,379 bond.
Citations: 27 tickets for traffic violations were issued this week, 24 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):
A resident of 2100 Road, Delta, reported the possible theft of his mail.
Passengers in an older red Nissan pickup reportedly fired three shots at the North Road sign between Ward Creek and 2100 roads. Sheriff's deputies were unable to locate the pickup that night. Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff's office at 874-2000.
A resident of 2100 Road, Austin, complained a backhoe hired by a neighbor was digging on his property without permission. The man was advised the issue is a civil matter.
A 40-year-old female was injured when she fell from a skid steer while setting fence posts on property located on M Road, Paonia. An ambulance was dispatched to the scene. The woman was reportedly breathing without difficulty.
A one-vehicle rollover occurred at Highway 65 and Marion Road, Eckert, around 10 a.m. The Colorado State Patrol responded.
The sheriff's office received an anonymous tip about a large, commercial, possibly illegal marijuana grow operation southwest of Paonia. Investigators have been assigned to the case.
An accident involving a U.S. Mail Jeep and Nissan occurred at the intersection of Skyhill Road and Stewart Mesa Road, Paonia. There were no injuries. The Colorado State Patrol handled the investigation.
The sheriff's office was notified, via OnStar, of a Hummer H2 stuck on Kennecott Sough Road outside of Cedaredge. Jasmine Spearing-French and her mother Crystal Wilhelm of Colorado Springs, reportedly missed a turn and ended up on a muddy road. Delta County Search and Rescue members, who happened to be training in the area, provided courtesy transport to a motel in Cedaredge, where the women could make arrangements for a tow truck to retrieve their vehicle.
A one-vehicle accident occured on G50 Road a mile from Highway 50 at about 2 a.m. The driver, Kenneth Foster, 57, complained of neck and back pain and was transported to Delta County Memorial Hospital. The Colorado State Patrol handled the investigation.
A fire was reported on Cactus Park Road, Cedaredge, shortly before 7 p.m. Sheriff's deputies determined Cody Kissner and Shawn Mossi had conducted a controlled burn earlier in the day. They believed the fire was out until an old hay shed began to burn. About $2,000 worth of tack stored inside was destroyed. Kissner is leasing the property and sheriff's investigators are contacting the owner to determine the value of the shed.
An open community discussion may begin soon as some Chamber of Commerce board members think town hall's chosen marketing identity label for Cedaredge -- Vintage -- is the wrong one for promoting business and commerce.
The Vintage label emerged from a "Branding Summit" held last summer.