Blotter, April 2, 2013
Call backfires on neighbor
Jeffery Alan Rohracker, 27, 461 32 1/2 Road No. 2, was arrested Sunday night on suspicion of repeatedly insulting his neighbor and throwing gravel at the man.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department, deputies responded to Rohracker’s residence on a report that Rohracker’s neighbor had thrown a bottle at him. Deputies contacted the neighbor, who told them Rohracker “often taunts (him) about his sex offender registration status,” according to a report of the incident. The neighbor told deputies that on Sunday evening, Rohracker screamed profanity at the man and threw rocks at his apartment balcony and door, deputies reported.
While deputies were speaking with the neighbor, according to the report, Rohracker yelled profane, sexually explicit comments at the neighbor. Deputies arrested Rohracker, who, according to the report “was less than cooperative during transport and for jail staff.”
Glenwood thief sought
A Glenwood Springs home was burglarized between 7:15 a.m. and 3 p.m. March 15, and items valued at $6,200 were stolen.
According to the Glenwood Springs Police Department, about eight bottles of wine, a 52-inch Mitsubishi flat-screen TV, a Wii gaming system and two controllers, an Apple iMac desktop computer with a wireless mouse and keyboard, a white Mac Book laptop, a PC monitor, jewelry valued at $1,500, coins valued at $300, a U.S. Navy commendation medal and other items were stolen from a home in the south end of Glenwood Springs.
Crime Stoppers of Garfield County is offering up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest in this case. Anonymously call 970-945-0101 with information, or go to http://www.garcocrimestoppers.com and click on “Report a Tip.”
Free class on meth effects
The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department and Crime Stoppers of Mesa County will host a free class for parents and teens, “Methamphetamine and Alcohol’s Effect on the Teen Brain,” on April 16.
The class will review how methamphetamine and alcohol affect a teen’s developing brain and will include videos of teens abusing drugs, so it might not be appropriate for young children, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department.
Class seating is limited to 150 people, and seating reservations can be made at http://www.safekidsamerica.org
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
■ A blue adult-size Schwinn tricycle was stolen Saturday night or Sunday morning from outside a home in the 400 block of 32 Road.
■ A Clifton man reported someone threw a rock through the front window of his apartment in the 2900 block of Dawn Drive Sunday night after he confronted a group that was arguing and fighting nearby.
According to the Montrose Police Department:
■ Ezequeil Silva-Garcia, 18, was arrested Friday morning in the 300 block of Main Street on suspicion of unlawfully possessing a controlled substance.
■ Michael Manners, 28, was arrested Saturday evening in the 600 block of North Ute Avenue on suspicion of being an intoxicated pedestrian in the roadway.
■ Aimee Baldt, 36, was arrested Saturday night on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia, and on an active warrant.
■ Abe Cardenas, 37, was arrested Sunday afternoon in the 300 block of Townsend Avenue on suspicion of acts of domestic violence, assault, menacing, and obstruction of telephone service.