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home 426 W 10th St, Pueblo, CO 81003, USA
phone (719) 583-9680

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PUEBLO COUNTY DETENTION CENTER Address

Pueblo County Detention Center
909 COURT ST.
PUEBLO, CO
81003

PUEBLO COUNTY DETENTION CENTER Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 586
Inmate Capacity: 460
Year Constructed: 1979
Full-Time Staff: 146
Total Staff Salaries: $7,600,531

Phone:(719) 583-6135

Pueblo County, CO Offense Statistics
Violent Crime17
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter1
Rape (revised and legacy definition)1
Robbery1
Aggravated Assault14
Property Crime1,186
Burglary210
Larceny-theft855
Motor Vehicle Theft121
Arson2
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
Saturday, September 16th, 2017 at 1:30am
Get to know your Pueblo County Sheriff's Office. Applications now being accepted for Citizen Academy. For more https://t.co/wOLevTTdBl https://t.co/bGmyKHHQph PuebloCountySO photo
Thursday, September 14th, 2017 at 7:14am
#BREAKING: Pueblo West man arrested after firing shots at deputies and nearby residences this morning. https://t.co/iACx6NryE1 https://t.co/8Cl3iTBE99 PuebloCountySO photo
Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at 7:54am
Two juveniles arrested in theft-from-auto incidents that occurred early Saturday in Pueblo West. https://t.co/Qe7x7RKk7p https://t.co/pqNi1Mp03A PuebloCountySO photo
Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at 2:36am
If you know the whereabouts of this man, please contact the PCSO at 583-6250 or Crime Stoppers at 542-STOP. https://t.co/Qb7VC9Zhun PuebloCountySO photo
Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at 12:16am
Detectives apprehend wanted man in connection with stolen truck found in Bessemer neighborhood. https://t.co/3l3jTpYn63 https://t.co/64JOrXDkFp PuebloCountySO photo

Pueblo Police Department

PUEBLO POLICE DEPARTMENT VALUESIn 1993, the members of the Pueblo Police Department developed a list of values considered to be of utmost importance in the commission of our duties. The list of values is still applicable today. They are as follows:• Constitutional Rights - We are committed to protecting the constitutional rights of all people. • High Moral/Ethical Standards - We recognize that our behavior both on and off duty must be ethical and present a professional public image. • Improved Quality of Life in the Community - We are dedicated to improving the quality of life in our community through community service and a commitment toward innovation and problem solving. • Improved Quality of Life in the Work Place - We are committed to improving the quality of life in our department through continuous improvement, interaction with and concern for each other. • Community Service through Co-active Partnership and Open Communication – We believe in working with the members of our community in addressing problems that affect our community. • The Advancement of the Police Profession - We are dedicated to continuous advancement of the police profession.PUEBLO POLICE DEPARTMENT GUIDING PRINCIPLESIn 1993, the members of the Pueblo Police Department developed a list of guiding principles considered to be of utmost importance in the commission of our duties. The list of guiding principles is still applicable today. They are as follows:• We will be accountable to the community for our actions. • We will work in partnership with the community and the various elements thereof to solve community problems and address neighborhood concerns. • We recognize our responsibility for service and assistance to those members of our community who are unable to help themselves; the poor, the elderly, the developmentally disabled, and other disadvantaged members of the community. • We believe that we are a part of and not apart from the community we serve. • We value our citizens' right to feel safe while walking the streets of our community, any time day or night. • We believe the members of our community should be treated in the same manner in which we would expect to be treated. • We will be professional and compassionate in our interaction with the public. • We are committed to continuous self-improvement on the individual and organizational level. • We value honesty, loyalty and integrity. • We are committed to innovation. • We will be sensitive to the diverse cultures that make up our community. • We encourage the pursuit of higher education. • We will not abuse our discretionary judgment while carrying out our duties and responsibilities. • We believe the Constitution to apply equally to all people, regardless of sex, race, color, or creed. • We will never tolerate the abuse of our police powers.If you would like to report a crime call (719)-553-2502 Complaints against employees should be reported to Internal Affairs by calling (719)-553-2586 or (719) 553-2493. Complaints against employees, that name employees, will be removed. However, an internal review will be initiated.The Pueblo Police Department Social Media sites will be maintained by the Community Services Division. Any content posted or submitted for posting is subject to public disclosure.
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Pueblo Police Department added 6 new photos.Thursday, September 21st, 2017 at 11:00am
Stolen Vehicles Recovered, Warrant Arrests Made

Pueblo police officers recovered two stolen trucks and made arrests of six individuals with numerous warrants in a Bessemer neighborhood over a two-day period.

On Monday, September 18th around 6 PM, patrol officers were patrolling the 1100 block of E. Orman Avenue when they came across a home known to have a high number of crime-related calls and complaints. Officers located three males standing around a red Nissan pickup truck that had been reported stolen. Within the truck officers discovered checks that were stolen from a business earlier in the day.

One of the individuals was immediately identified as Johnny Garcia (40). Garcia had three warrants for his arrest totaling $16,000. He was wanted for two counts of Dangerous Drugs and traffic-related charges.

A second individual arrested was Jesus Moreno Guarda (22). Guarda was wanted for Failure to Appear on weapons charges, with a bond of $15,000 and a Failure to Appear on a Motor Vehicle Theft warrant with a bond amount of $5,000.

The third arrest was of Guadalupe Huerta (34) who had a Failure to Appear on a Motor Vehicle Theft warrant, Failure to Appear on a Dangerous Drugs warrant and a full extradition warrant from the US Postal Inspection Service out of Texas. His total bond amount was $30,000. Huerta will also face new charges of Criminal Impersonation for providing a false name. Huerta was a previous Safe Streets wanted criminal who was highlighted in July of 2017 and later arrested.

On Tuesday, September 19th, a search warrant for the same residence was executed resulting in three additional arrests. In addition, another stolen truck was recovered and the Bomb Squad was called out to collect a hand grenade that turned out to be inert.

Arrested was Savanah Hanson (34) who had a $5000 warrant for Larceny/Probation Revocation, Richard Burns (40), who had a no bond warrant for Assault and Yvonne Franko (33) who had a municipal Contempt of Court warrant for $1,095.

All were booked into the Pueblo County Detention Center for their warrants.

An investigation is ongoing and further charges regarding the incident could be pending. ###
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Pueblo Police DepartmentThursday, September 21st, 2017 at 8:00am
SAFE STREETS CRIMINAL ARREST

Robert Tenorio (33) had a felony warrant for a Traffic Offense which included Vehicular Eluding. He had a second felony warrant for Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute. His total bond amount was $50,000.

Tenorio was arrested by the Pueblo Police Department and is currently confined at the Pueblo County Detention Center.

128 of 151 criminals have been arrested since inception for an 85% arrest rate.
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Pueblo Police DepartmentThursday, September 21st, 2017 at 5:26am
INTRODUCING RECRUIT CORNER
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Pueblo Police DepartmentWednesday, September 20th, 2017 at 10:19am
SAFE STREETS CRIMINAL ARREST

Marvin Conway had a no bond warrant for Attempted Murder which included Assault with a Deadly Weapon.
Conway was wanted in connection with a shooting, that left one man injured, on the 2100 block of Hollywood on July 21st.

He was arrested by the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office and is currently confined in the Pueblo County Detention Center.

127 of 151 criminals have been arrested since inception for an 84% arrest rate.
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Pueblo Police DepartmentWednesday, September 20th, 2017 at 9:19am
HONORABLE MENTION

Three Pueblo Police Officers took a moment out of their own time, to visit with students of Bradford Elementary’s kindergarten students.

Officers Bryan Gonzales, John Vicars, and Scott Vahlbusch from Watch IV read stories to the children about the duties of police officers, let the children explore their police vehicles, provided coloring books and explained to the children, that officers are their friends and will always be there to help if they ever needed them. They also taught the children the importance of when to call 911.

Officers would like to thank Mrs. Miceli, Mrs. Alley, and Ms. Trujillo for inviting our officers to visit with the children of their kindergarten classes.
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Pueblo Police DepartmentWednesday, September 20th, 2017 at 5:04am
SAFE STREETS CRIMINAL ARREST

Angela Holland (41) had a warrant for Contempt of Court which included Robbery. Her total bond amount was $5,000.

Holland was arrested by the Pueblo Police Department and is currently confined at the Pueblo County Detention Center.

126 of 151 criminals have been arrested since inception with an 83% arrest rate.