Montrose County Authorities are seeking the public's help in locating three individuals who are wanted for a variety of serious charges.

These three individuals have one thing in common. All three failed to show up for their court appearance to face the charges against them. The Montrose County Sheriff's Office is hoping these people can be located and brought in.

MONTROSE MOST WANTED: Drug Possession Near School and Distribution

Montrose County Sheriff's Office
Montrose County Sheriff's Office
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Gina Marie Sander is 33 years old and is wanted on various drug charges. Sander failed to appear in court for charges of possession of a controlled substance - special offender near a school, distribution of a controlled substance, habitual criminal, and introduction of contraband. Introduction of contraband is when someone knowingly brings a prohibited item into prison.

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MONTROSE MOST WANTED: Domestic Violence, Criminal Mischief

Montrose County Sheriff's Office
Montrose County Sheriff's Office
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Donald Lee Roy Taylor is 66 years old and is wanted for failure to appear on charges of domestic violence, criminal mischief, and obstruction of phone service. Obstruction of phone service is knowingly stopping someone from making a phone call or sending a message.

MONTROSE MOST WANTED: Felony DUI, Weaving

Montrose County Sheriff's Office
Montrose County Sheriff's Office
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Brenda Felicia Taylor, age 55, failed to appear in court on charges of felony DUI, driving under revocation as an habitual offender, weaving, and having an open container in a vehicle.

If you have information about these three individuals and where they can be located, you're asked to contact the Montrose County Sheriff's Office at 970-249-9110. You can also call Crime Stoppers at 90-249-8500. If you would like to submit a tip anonymously use the mobile app P3 Tips or the website P3Tips.com.

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