This Week’s Larimer County’s Most Wanted: Keila Koellner and David Samen
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 their Most Wanted list, giving citizens the chance to provide any information, such as the whereabouts or other details, regarding any of the alleged criminals.
This week, Larimer County has two most wanted suspects on their list.
The first suspect is Keila Michelle Koellner. She is wanted on a felony warrant from the sheriff's office for Failure to Comply – Controlled Substance. There is no bond for this case. In addition, Koellner is wanted on a misdemeanor warrant from Larimer County Community Corrections for Unauthorized Absence. Her bond is set at $1,500 for the misdemeanor.
Koellner is also wanted by another local agency for Failure to Comply – Controlled Substance / DWAI.
Koellner is five-feet-six and 120 pounds. She has brown hair with blue eyes. Her last known address is 1832 Beam Reach Place in Fort Collins.
The second suspect this week is David Knox Samen. He is wanted by the Fort Collins Police on a felony warrant for Failure to Comply – Vehicle Eluding. There is no bond set for this case. Samen is also wanted on a misdemeanor warrant from Larimer County Community Corrections for Unauthorized Absence. His bond is set at $100 for this incident.
Samen is wanted by another local agency on charges of Criminal Impersonation / Failure to Appear - DUR / Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
He is five-feet-eight and 160 pounds. Samen has brown hair and brown eyes. His last known address is 857 Scotch Elm Drive 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 the court of law.