Some pretty serious charges are connected to this week's Most Wanted in Montrose.

Every Wednesday is Warrant Wednesday for the Montrose Sheriff's Office, as they highlight three individuals who are wanted on various charges. Most often, the wanted individuals have been charged with various crimes and have failed to show up in court.

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Arson, Burglary, Criminal Mischief

First up this week is 34-year old Troy Lee Gonzales. Gonzales is a Hispanic male wanted on charges of first-degree assault, burglary, arson, criminal mischief, and obstructing an officer.

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Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
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Identify Theft

Next up is 49-year-old Ruben Navarro. Navarro is a Hispanic male wanted for failure to appear on charges of identity theft and possession of a financial transaction device.

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
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Sexual Exploitation of A Child

Finally, it's 46-year-old Roger Leon Fine. Fine is a white male wanted for failure to appear on a charge of sexual exploitation of a child.

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Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
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Here's What You Can Do To Help.

If you see any of these three individuals, recognize them, or know where they can be located, you're asked to contact the Montrose County Sheriff's Office at 970-252-4010 Another option is to call Crime Stoppers at 970-249-8500, or use the P3Tips mobile app or the website P3Tips.com. The P3 platform allows the public to share information with Crime Stoppers programs.

Anytime you are aware of a crime or a fugitive, you could be rewarded for anonymously providing information that leads to an arrest.

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