MESA COUNTY, Colo – Delta County Sheriff deputies arrested a Grand Junction man this morning wanted for eluding law coercion in a office that began in Mesa County overnight.
Trenton Miller, 38, was arrested nearby the Gunnison River after spending the night out in the elements.
Tuesday at 10:16 p.m. Mesa County Deputies responded to a report of a man making suicidal and savage threats.
911 dispatchers were told Miller was headed towards Delta/Montrose in a black Ford F-150 armed with a gun. Deputies were also sensitive Miller had done threats toward himself and another party in the Montrose area.
Deputies speckled Miller pushing East on Highway 50. Miller unsuccessful to lift over and car office began.
Delta County Sheriff’s Office and Colorado State Patrol assisted in shutting Highway 50 down at mile pen 60. Stop sticks were used to bring Miller’s car safely to a stop at mile pen 62 in Delta County. Miller did not stay in his lorry and ran on foot into the desert.
Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, MCSO SWAT Team, Delta County Sheriff’s Office, and Colorado State Patrol searched the area for Miller.
An emergency presentation was sent out to residents within a 5 mile radius advising them to preserve in place.
Delta County Sheriff’s Office deputies located Miller Wednesday morning around 10:00 a.m. and arrested him on charges to embody Vehicle Eluding (Class 5 Felony). His full list of charges are still pending.
Miller also has a aver for an separate Grand Junction Police Department case.
The case is still under investigation.