PUEBLO, Colo. — The Southern Colorado Safe Streets Job Power is trying to find two needed avenue criminals.
Pueblo Police are trying for 23-year-old Kaylie Dora. She has a no-bond warrant for aggravated theft. She has two warrants for failure to seem which embody possession of a managed substance with the intent to distribute, housebreaking, and ID theft – possession with intent to make use of. Her whole bond quantity is $11,000.
She is described as a white girl, 5’ tall, 110 kilos, with brown hair and brown eyes.
Officers are additionally trying for 36-year-old Anthony Sammon and who’s described as a Hispanic man, 5’05”, 200 kilos, with brown hair and brown eyes. Sammon has 5 warrants.
He has a warrant for id theft – alter/make written instrument and forgery – verify/industrial instrument. He has a second warrant for contempt of court docket for violation of a safety order. He has three warrants for failure to seem which embody the next costs: harassment, contempt of court docket – violation of a safety order, and shoplifting. His whole bond quantity is $12,465.
If anybody has any data on the whereabouts of those people, you’re inspired to contact the Pueblo Police Division. If you want to stay nameless, contact Pueblo Crime Stoppers @ (719) 542-STOP (719-542-7867) or www.pueblocrimestoppers.com. In case your data results in a felony arrest, you could possibly be eligible for a money reward.