Three individuals are making an appearance on this week's list of the most wanted in Montrose.

Every Wednesday, the Montrose County Sheriff's Office puts out a list of the most wanted in Montrose. They call it Warrant Wednesday. Typically, the sheriff's department is looking for people who are facing various charges but have failed to show up for court. Authorities are asking for the public's help in locating these individuals.

Drugs, Distribution, Possession, Deadly Weapon

Montrose County Sheriff's Department via Facebook

First up this week is a man who has been in trouble before. John Dwayne Werner is a 50-year-old white male, 5' 10" tall, and weighs 195 lbs. The offense list is long. Werner is wanted for failing to appear on charges of distribution of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance special offender-deadly weapon, and possession of a weapon by a previous offender.

Auto Theft

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook

Next up is 48-year-old Heather Hammond. Hammon stands 5' 6" tall and weighs 115 lbs. Hammon is wanted on a single charge of motor vehicle theft.

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Auto Theft II

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook

Finally, we have 60-year-old Kelly Eugene Vanlandingam, a white male who stands 6' 2" tall and weighs 180 lbs. Vanlandingham is wanted on a single charge of motor vehicle theft.

How You Can Help

If you recognize these people or have information that could help authorities find them you are asked to contact the Montrose County Sheriff's Department at 970-252-4010.  You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 970-249-8500, use the mobile app P3 Tips, or visit the website P3Tips.com. As always, you have the option of submitting a tip anonymously, which could lead to a cash reward.

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