MONTROSE COUNTY — On Tuesday this week, Delta Police Officers obtained a warrant seeking the arrest of Roberto Nieto, 30, a resident of the Delta, Montrose area.
Nieto is believed to be armed and dangerous and extreme caution should be used, according to a Delta Police news release.
Nieto is described as being 5’11” tall, 200 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He wears glasses and has multiple tattoos on his arms, chest and throat. Nieto is wanted for alleged Felony Menacing, Possession of a Weapon by a Previous Offender and Reckless Endangerment in connection with a shooting incident in Delta on June 22.
At approximately 6:45 A.M. last Sunday officers of the Delta Police Department received a report of gun shots being heard somewhere on Grand Avenue. According to a news release, officers were dispatched to a residence in the 800 block of Grand Avenue. Two people reported they were shot at while walking in the 600 block of Grand Avenue. The crime scene was identified and evidence was collected. Witnesses indicated three shots were fired from the passenger side window of a dark colored passenger car. The vehicle then drove away with no injuries have been reported.
Anyone with information on the location of Nieto is encouraged to contact the Delta Police Department at 970/874-7676, Delta County Dispatch Center at 970/874-2015, or Crime stopper at 970/874-8810.
Produce For Pantries Picks Up at the Montrose Farmers Market
MONTROSE — Attention all gardeners, farmers and producers of all kinds of vegetables. Have extra produce? Consider donating your whole, unprocessed produce to Sharing Ministries Food Bank in downtown Montrose.
There is growing demand from the Montrose food bank to supply nourishing food to the most vulnerable residents in communities across the region.
In 2013, Sharing Ministries Food Bank served 85,000 individuals in Montrose, Delta, Mesa, and Ouray and San Miguel counties, by distributing over 810,000 pounds of food.
According to Executive Director Oneda Doyal in a news release, “the food bank has been without any produce or meat to distribute in the past three weeks. We hope that our gardeners and producers can partner with us to bring this much needed food to our community.”
Beginning this month, the Montrose Farmers Market has come on board to collect surplus produce from the public to benefit Sharing Ministries Food Bank. The Valley Food Partnership and LiveWell Montrose, Olathe will coordinate a booth during the Saturday Farmers Market where they will collect produce donations of all sizes to be taken directly to the food bank at the end of the market.
Donations will be weighed and recorded and donors will receive a tax receipt from Sharing Ministries Food Bank. Thanks to the new Colorado Charitable Crop Donation Act, Colorado farmers can claim a 25 percent tax credit for the wholesale value of all fruits, vegetables, dairy and meat products donated to food banks.
Collections will take place weekly during the Montrose Farmers Market: Saturdays 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. located at S. 1st St. and Uncompahgre, across from Centennial Plaza. Donations are also collected weekdays at the Sharing Ministries food Bank, 121 N. Rio Grande Ave. from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
LiveWell Montrose, Olathe and the Valley Food Partnership are committed to ensuring that all families have access to healthy foods, regardless of income.Visit their booth to make your donation. Contact Sharing Ministries Food Bank with questions at 970/240-8385 or LiveWell Montrose Olathe at 970/249-0705.