#PUEBLOAlert issued for arsonist who may be in Pueblo

#PUEBLOALERT – THIS ALERT IS GOING OUT BECAUSE AN ALLEGED ARSONIST MAY BE IN PUEBLO ON THE RUN – The Alamosa Police has obtained a warrant for the arrest of Nazzreth Michael DeLuna, a 30 year old Alamosa resident most recently residing in Pueblo as a result of an incident late Monday evening.

 
On Monday, September 18, at 11:24 p.m. the Alamosa Police and Fire Departments responded to the 1100 block of Bell Ave. in Alamosa in reference to a disturbance and then report of a residential fire.
 
Once at that location, Officers observed smoke and flames coming from the back of the residence. Officers also learned there were multiple occupants still in the residence and were able to safely assist those occupants out of the residence. Officers also evacuated the surrounding residences.
 
Upon investigation, officers were told that DeLuna, had gone to the residence of family members and was causing a disturbance. During the disturbance, DeLuna used an unknown accelerant and started a fire in the back of the residence and fled before the arrival of officers.
 
Shortly after removing everyone to safety, an explosion was heard from inside the residence. This explosion was believed to be an oxygen bottle. There were no fire fighters, officers, residents, or neighbors injured during the incident.
Deluna’s whereabouts are unknown at this time. He is believed to be armed, dangerous, and displaying irrational behavior. The Alamosa Police Department is asking for the community’s assistance in locating DeLuna.
 
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of DeLuna or having information that may lead to locating him can call their local law enforcement agency or CrimeStoppers. If in the Alamosa area reports can be made to the Alamosa Communications Center by dialing 911 or 719-589-5807 or through CrimeStoppers at 719-589-5111.
 
(From a press release, photo courtesy the Alamosa Courier, a #PUEBLOAlert system is being set up along with the sister #KELSIEAlert system so that the public can help when there are cases that are violent in nature and more – and in cases of missing persons and runaways – this system is a part of a ballot item 300 that you can vote for in November that includes funding for 24 officers including a violence and crime reduction unit, officers in each of at least 10 neighborhoods to do problem solving policing and more – plus over 20 community based programs would be established as a part of a concerted Safe Pueblo umbrella program targeting especially at risk youth and young adults. Please vote yes)

Southern Colorado Independent Magazine publisher Jenny Paulson is a 20 year veteran niche magazine publisher, an independent journalist, photographer, publisher, blogger, activist, world traveler and a proud mom. She has worked as a political activist, for a lobbyist, a pr firm, the governor and for a representative in Washington DC. She has lived in her home of Pueblo, CO ten years.

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Southern Colorado Independent Magazine publisher Jenny Paulson is a 20 year veteran niche magazine publisher, an independent journalist, photographer, publisher, blogger, activist, world traveler and a proud mom. She has worked as a political activist, for a lobbyist, a pr firm, the governor and for a representative in Washington DC. She has lived in her home of Pueblo, CO ten years.
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