Five Suspects Arrested in Fentanyl Distribution Ring 

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The Northern Colorado Drug Task Force has arrested five people in connection with a fentanyl distribution operation. 

On April 27, 2023, the NCDTF served search warrants at three locations in the Loveland area with the assistance of the Loveland Police SWAT team, Loveland Police Street Crimes Unit, Larimer County Regional All Hazards/Crisis Response Team, and Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Impact  Unit. The case began in June 2022 as an investigation into the distribution of illegal narcotics in Larimer County.

These search warrants led to the seizure and recovery of distribution amounts of fentanyl,  including illicit narcotics accessible by children, a stolen firearm, and other evidence. Investigators also  arrested the following people associated with this case: 

Ryan Rios (DOB 02/29/80) of Loveland 

Rios, Ryan

Possession of Schedule II Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute (DF2) Weld County Felony Warrant 

Rios was issued a $750 cash bond by the Larimer County Court, in addition to a $50,000  cash/property/surety bond issued by Weld County. 


Delia Cruz Dominguez (DOB 04/17/84) of Loveland 

Cruz Dominguez, Delia

Child abuse – 2 counts (M1) 

Unlawful Possession of Fentanyl (DM1) 

Cruz Dominguez was issued a $1,250 Personal Recognizance bond by the Larimer County Court and  released from the Larimer County Jail on April 28. 


Rayna Venegas (DOB 05/18/98) of Fort Collins 

Venegas, Rayna

Outstanding Parole Warrant 

Venegas’ parole hold was removed and she was released on April 28. 


Blake Davis (DOB 09/08/87) of Loveland 

Davis, Blake

Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute (DF2) Davis was issued a $400 cash bond and released on April 28. 


Alysha Edwards (DOB 02/07/93) of Loveland 

Edwards, Alysha

Larimer County Felony Warrant – Probation Revocation  

Edwards was issued a $200 cash bond and released on April 29. 


The charges are merely an accusation, and defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. 

The Northern Colorado Drug Task Force works to protect the community by identifying, investigating,  and impacting drug-related crime in Larimer County. Participating agencies who make this effort possible include Fort Collins Police Services, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, Loveland Police  Department, Windsor Police Department, Eighth Judicial District Attorney’s Office, Colorado Adult  Parole, and the Drug Enforcement Administration.