This Week’s Larimer County’s Most Wanted: Joshua Puls
Northern Colorado law enforcement works hard day and night to keep our cities and towns safe. Whether they're assisting citizens or fighting crime, their jobs are anything but easy.
One of their challenges is tracking down suspects on the Most Wanted list. The Larimer County Sheriff's Office continually updates its Most Wanted list, giving citizens the chance to provide any information regarding any of the alleged criminals, such as their whereabouts or other details.
This week, Larimer County's most wanted is Joshua Edward Puls.
Puls is wanted by the Larimer County Sheriff's Office on a felony warrant for Failure to Appear – Controlled Substance-Possession with Intent M/H/K/C/ Controlled Substance-Possession with Intent-Fentanyl / 2 Counts Controlled Substance-Possession Schedule 1/2 / Controlled Substance-Possession Schedule I/II/III/IV/V / Possession Drug Paraphernalia / Theft of a License Plate. He has no bond.
In addition to the drug and theft charges in Larimer County, another agency wants Puls for Failure to Comply – 1st Degree Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft / Controlled Substance-Conspiracy Schedule 1/2/ Controlled Substance-Conspiracy-MT/HR/KT/CT / Money Launder-Money/Promote Crime / 2nd Degree Introduction Contraband by Prisoner – Fail to Appear – Controlled Substance-Possess with Intent M/H/K/C / Controlled Substance-Possess with Intent Distribute Sch1/2 / Controlled Substance-Possess Sch I/II/III/IV/V / Criminal Impersonation-Gain a Benefit / DUR / Registration-Fictitious Plate.
The suspect is five-foot-eight and weighs 180 pounds. He has brown hair with blue eyes and has several recognizable facial tattoos. He's been known to go by Josh, PJ, and J.
His last known address is 1 Berkley Court in Loveland.
If you have any information concerning this person, please contact the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office at 970-416-1985. Never attempt to follow or contact any fugitive. Instead, immediately dial 911 or contact your local law enforcement agency. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.