Mancos Marshal’s Press Release 8.31.2020


On 8/24/20 at approximately 1300 hours Deputy Morris responded to the 200 block of W. Grand Ave in the Town of Mancos, Montezuma Co., Colorado for a reported harassment incident. The male victim stated the female landlord grabbed his arm after being asked not to touch him. The female landlord was issued a summons for harassment.



On August 24, 2020, at approximately 1946 hours, Deputy Farnsworth made a traffic stop at CR 39 and Hwy 160, County of Montezuma, State of Colorado, for failure to maintain lane.

The driver was found to not be impaired, but his license was revoked and he did not have insurance. The driver was issued a summons for driving revoked and no insurance.

Cleared Adult Summons.



On 08/25/2020, at approximately 1527 hours, Deputy Farnsworth stopped a vehicle aired by Cortez Dispatch as a Reckless Driver, County of Montezuma, State of Colorado.

Deputy Farnsworth spoke to a witness who stated the driver made a bad pass and forced vehicles going both directions off the road to prevent a head-on collision. The driver was issued a ticket for reckless driving.

Cleared Summons.



On August 26, 2020, at approximately 1959 hours, Deputy Farnsworth was dispatched to a broken car window in the 400 block of N. Willow, Town of Mancos, County of Montezuma, State of Colorado.

The reporting party did not see it occur, nothing was stolen, nor did it appear anyone approached the vehicle. No witnesses and no leads were found.

Inactive, Leads Exhausted.



On August 30, 2020, at approximately 1733 hours, Deputy Topaha conducted a traffic stop in the 37000 block of Highway 184. The driver was issued a summons for speed going 91 in a 65 mph zone.

End of Press Release


Justen Goodall

Mancos Marshal

117 N. Main St. Mancos, CO, 81238

Phone: 970-533-7725

Fax: 970-533-7727