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Posted on: December 24, 2016

[ARCHIVED] CO Man Wanted: Considered Armed and Dangerous


SW CO Man Wanted – May Be Armed and Dangerous


Contact:    San Miguel County Sheriff Bill Masters  970-729-2025

                  or Pubic Information Officer Susan Lilly  970-729-2028


December 25, 2016 -- (San Miguel County, Telluride, CO) –          A warrant has been issued for a SW Colorado man who is wanted for multiple offenses and is considered armed and dangerous.


Mr. Robert William Koontz, 33 years-old, is wanted for 3rd degree assault, domestic violence and menacing. Mr. Koontz is 5’10”, 135lbs. with blonde hair and blue eyes. 


Mr. Koontz allegedly assaulted his wife Friday night and was last seen at his Egnar residence in San Miguel County. 


Mr. Koontz owns a 1979 Chevrolet pickup truck, grey in color with CO expired license plate of 326 LQZ. It is unknown if he has the truck in his possession or if he escaped on foot. 


Sheriff Bill Masters warns, “At this time this man should be considered armed and dangerous.”


If located, please contact the San Miguel Sheriff’s Office at 970-729-0911. 




The San Miguel Sheriff’s Office, located in Telluride, Colorado and established in 1883, serves 7,800 residents and countless visitors across the 1,288 square miles of San Miguel County. Sheriff Bill Masters has been serving as the county’s elected Sheriff since 1980.

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