Three individuals in Montrose are wanted this week on some pretty serious charges.

The Montrose County Sheriff's Office is looking to the public for help to locate these individuals so they can face the charges that have been levied against them. It's called Warrant Wednesday and here is a look at the people being featured this week.

Forgery, Identity Theft, Burglary, 7 Warrants

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
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First up this week is 22-year-old Bobby Gene Howell. Howell is a white male who is wanted for failing to appear on charges of forgery, possession of identity theft tools, burglary, and identity theft. A total of 7 warrants.

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Drugs, Weapons, Child Abuse

Montrose County Sheriff's Office
Montrose County Sheriff's Office
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Next up is 28-year-old David Paul Eller. Eller is a white male wanted for failing to appear on charges of distribution of a controlled substance, special offender, possession of paraphernalia, possession of a weapon by a previous offender, and child abuse.

Forgery of Government Securities

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook
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Next up is 28-year-old Dalton Willie Thomas Earley. He's a white male wanted on a charge of forgery of government securities.

What You Can Do

If you recognize these individuals or have information concerning their whereabouts, you are asked to contact the Montrose County Sheriff's Office at 970-252-4010. You can also provide a tip through Crime Stoppers. You can call Crime Stoppers at 970-249-8500, use the mobile app P3 Tips, or the website P3Tips.com. Anytime you are aware of a crime or a fugitive, your anonymous tip could mean a cash reward if your information leads to an arrest.

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