Criminals shouldn't run free. Criminals should be behind bars, paying for the crimes they have committed. In Grand Junction, there are ten such criminals currently free that should not be.

A few words of caution are warranted, however.

First, do NOT try to apprehend these criminals yourself. Do not CONFRONT these individuals. Call the Grand Junction Police Department at the non-emergency line, 970-242-6707. And if you prefer to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers at 800-221-7867.

Jaime Cardenas

Courtesy Grand Junction Police Department

Cardenas is wanted for 1st-degree burglary, Felony theft and Felony menacing, 1st-degree murder, attempted 1st-degree murder and 1st-degree assault.

Chad Molten Thompson

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Chad Molten Thompson is wanted for failure to register as a sex offender.

Cassandra Elaine Bolden

Courtesy Grand Junction Police Department

Bolden is wanted for Failure to appear, Unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful use of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Destiny Michelle Critelli

Courtesy of Grand Junction Police Department

Destiny is wanted for contempt of court and 1st-degree criminal trespass.

Justin Franklin Harrell

Courtesy of Grand Junction Police Department

Wanted for forgery, fraud and identity theft.

Fidel Silva

Courtesy of Grand Junction Police Department

Silva is wanted for 1st-degree burglary, Felony theft, aggravated robbery, Felony menacing, misdemeanor theft, first-degree murder, attempted 1st-degree murder, 1st-degree assault.

Leland Roy Talks

Courtesy of Grand Junction Police Department

Talks is wanted for first-degree auto theft.

Richard Alan Sears

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Sears is wanted for failure to register as a sex offender.

Jorge Antonio Cisneros

Courtesy of Grand Junction Police Department

Wanted for DV harassment, second-degree kidnapping.

Alejandro Landeros

Courtesy of Grand Junction Police Department

Landeros is wanted for Felony Menacing and Harassment.

If you see these individuals or know of their whereabouts, contact the Grand Junction Police Department or Crimestoppers.