Investigation Yields Illicit Drugs, Paraphernalia, and a Stolen Firearm

Three people were arrested after investigators located illicit drugs, paraphernalia, and stolen property during a recent residential search warrant. 

In late July, the Northern Colorado Drug Task Force served the warrant at a home in the 3000-block of  Indigo Circle North (Fort Collins) with the assistance of Fort Collins Police Services. The following  items were recovered: 

  • Distribution amounts of methamphetamine and powdered fentanyl 
  • Cocaine and fentanyl pills 
  • Distribution equipment and drug paraphernalia 
  • Two firearms, 1 of which was stolen 
  • A stolen bicycle 

Three people were arrested in association with this investigation. 

Paul Reed (Booking photo provided by Larimer County Sheriff’s Office)

Paul Reed (DOB 12/28/69) 

  • Special Offender charge (DF1) 
  • Unlawful distribution, manufacturing, and intent to distribute fentanyl (DF2) Unlawful distribution, manufacturing, and intent to distribute Schedule I/II (DF2) Theft (M2) 

He was issued a $50,000 cash/surety bond by Judge Lammons. 

Yvette Stewart (Booking photo provided by Larimer County Sheriff’s Office)

Yvette Stewart (DOB 12/15/89) 

  • Misdemeanor Warrant – Theft (Weld County) 

Stewart had a $1,000 cash bond associated with the warrant. 

Derrick Armann (Booking photo provided by Larimer County Sheriff’s Office)

Derrick Armann (DOB 12/19/70) 

  • Misdemeanor Warrant – Traffic 
  • Parole hold (Texas) 

The investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information is encouraged to contact the NCDTF Drug  Tip Hotline at 970-416-2560. Tipsters can remain anonymous.

The NCDTF thanks all our member agencies and partners who continue working to make our  community safer, including: 

Larimer County Sheriff’s Office 

Fort Collins Police Services 

Loveland Police Department 

Windsor Police Department 

District Attorney – Eighth Judicial District – Colorado 

Colorado Adult Parole 

Drug Enforcement Administration 

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

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