This week's Most Wanted in Montrose features a long string of charges against three individuals who are being sought by authorities for various crimes.

The Montrose County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating three men who have failed to make court appearances on a variety of serious charges.

Domestic Violence, Menacing, Child Abuse

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook

Timothy Allen Rider is a 43-year-old white male who stands 6' tall and weighs 190 lbs. Rider is wanted on charges of domestic violence, second-degree assault, first-degree burglary, felony menacing, protection order violation, harassment, and child abuse.

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Domestic Violence, Strangulation, Kidnapping

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook

Anthony Mark Evans is a 33-year-old black male who stands 6' tall and weighs 185 lbs. Evans is wanted on a variety of charges including domestic violence, first-degree assault (extreme indifference) first-degree assault (strangulation), second-degree kidnapping, third-degree assault, and driving under revocation- habitual offender.

Domestic Violence, Assault

Montrose County Sheriff's Office via Facebook

Sergio Arellano-Torres is a 48-year-old Hispanic male who stands 6' tall and weighs 185 lbs.Arellano-Torres is wanted for failing to appear on charges of domestic violence, second-degree assault, and third-degree assault.

Here's How You Can Help

If you recognize any of these individuals, know their whereabouts, or have information that could lead to their arrest, contact the Montrose County Sheriff's Office at 970-252-4010. Another option is to call Crime Stoppers at 970-249-8500, use the mobile app P3 Tips, or the Crime Stoppers website P3Tips.com. Information you provide that leads to an arrest could earn you a cash reward.

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