The owners are not living on the property where the remains were discovered, the CBI said.
Authorities also haven't been able to determine whether the remains are linked to any active persons cases, but did say that they don't believe the case is connected to the disappearance of missing mom Suzanne Morphew.
None of the victims have been identified, and their ages and sexes remain unclear - as does how long the bodies have been there.
Prior to his arrest, Alamosa Police Chief Ken Anderson told reporters Baroz should be considered armed and unsafe.
The first set of remains were found after a search warrant was executed on one property in the town of Los Sauces in the San Luis Valley on November 10, Conejos County Sheriff Garth Crowther told reporters during a virtual media conference Wednesday.
They now want to find Adre Jordan Baroz, 26, in connection with the remains.
Colorado authorities are searching for a man known by the nickname "Psycho".
Investigators found evidence at the scene that led them to a second property, where they found more human remains.
Multiple law enforcement agencies formed a task force to assist in the investigation, including the Conejos County Sheriff's Office, Saguache County Sheriff's Office, Alamosa Police Department, Monte Vista Police Department, and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
Adre “Psycho” Baroz Authorities will transport Baroz to the Mc Kinley County detention center in Gallup
Chief Anderson concluded that the San Luis Valley is "a tight knit community".
He has a criminal history in Colorado that includes assault on a peace officer, attempted escape and theft, according to state court records. 'Most of us have grown up here.
A homicide warrant has been issued for Baroz's arrest, Anderson said.
"We don't see cases like this very often", he said, "and keeping the community safe is our number one priority".
The human remains were found in Conejos County by officials executing a search warrant related to stolen equipment and vehicles, Monte Vista Police Chief George Dingfelder said Wednesday according to NBC affiliate KOAA of Pueblo.
This photo released by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation shows one of two properties where skeletal remains were found, about 20 miles south-southeast of Alamosa, Colo., on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020.
Baroz was taken into custody and will face charges in Colorado including homicide, assault, and kidnapping.
He is being held at McKinley County Detention Center in Gallup.