Here's a look at this week's most wanted list in Montrose.

Every week, the Montrose County Sheriff's Office features three individuals on the most wanted list facing various charges. In most cases, these people have been charged with one or more crimes, but have failed to show up in court. Authorities hope the public can help them locate these men.

Domestic Violence and Assault

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook

First up this week on the most wanted list is 52-year-old Scott Allen Jones, who stands 6'2" tall and weighs 180 lbs. Jones is wanted for failure to appear on charges of domestic violence and third-degree assault.

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Criminal Trespass, Possession of Paraphernalia

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook

Next up is a young man, 18-year-old Kaydin Shamus Keester, who is 6' tall and weighs 150 lbs. Kester is wanted for failure to appear on charges of first-degree criminal trespass of a dwelling and possession of paraphernalia.

Domestic Violence

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook

Finally, we have 52-year-old Orlando Iven Vialpando who stands 5/8' tall and weighs 180 lbs. Vialpando is wanted for failure to comply. ( domestic violence.)

How the Public Can Help

If you recognize these men or have information concerning their whereabouts, you're asked to contact the Montrose County Sheriff's Office at 970-252-4010. You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 970-249-8500, use the mobile app P3Tips or the website P3Tips.com. You always have the option of providing a tip anonymously. If the information you provide leads to an arrest, you could receive a cash reward.

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