One of Larimer County's most wanted, Jeremy Colvard, has been arrested.

On Monday (Jan. 18), the Loveland Police Department arrested Colvard, 28, who was named Larimer County's most wanted on January 8, according to the Loveland Reporter-Herald.

The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office website says that Jeremy Colvard was wanted on a felony warrant from Larimer County alleging failure-to-comply on a charge of second-degree assault of a peace officer while in custody.

Colvard was also wanted for additional failure-to-comply charges including second-degree assault via bodily fluids while in jail, second-degree burglary of a building, third-degree assault and harassment.

Jeremy Colvard was arrested in the 100 block of East Fourth Street in Loveland. The Loveland Reporter-Herald says officer Greg Harris with the Loveland Police Department acquired information that Colvard might be at the above address; when he checked, Colvard was found and arrested.

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