Montezuma County Sheriff’s deputies hold presentations on crime trends

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Montezuma County Sheriff’s deputies hold presentations on crime trends

Sessions planned for Dolores and Lewis
Meth is one of several illegal substances that lead to Montezuma County’s high drug crime rate.
Montezuma County Combined Courts, where sheriff’s deputies held the first of three public “education sessions” on county crime trends this month.
If you go

What: “Crime Stats 101: What you need to know about crime in Montezuma County”
When: 6 p.m., Nov. 15 and Nov. 29
Where: Dolores Community Center, 400 Riverside Ave., Dolores; and Lewis-Arriola Fire Department, 22145 County Road S, Dolores
Cost: Free
More information: Call the Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office at 970-565-8452 or visit its Facebook page.

Montezuma County Sheriff’s deputies hold presentations on crime trends

Meth is one of several illegal substances that lead to Montezuma County’s high drug crime rate.
Montezuma County Combined Courts, where sheriff’s deputies held the first of three public “education sessions” on county crime trends this month.
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