Blotter, April 23, 2014
Man held in sex assaults
William Jeffery Lomax, 37, was arrested Thursday on a Mesa County Sheriff’s Office warrant listing multiple counts of sexual assault on a child, stemming from allegations raised by a girl that they’d repeatedly had sexual intercourse since she was 11, according to an arrest warrant affidavit. The affidavit specifies three incidents that allegedly happened between May 2006 and May 2007. Lomax is being held at the Mesa County Jail on a $100,000 cash-only bond.
Ten minutes, two tickets
Michael Roybal, 48, was cited Monday on suspicion of trespassing after being contacted and warned about loitering near Walmart, 2881 North Ave., according to a Grand Junction police summons. Officers stopped Roybal approximately 10 minutes after being ticketed at the store when Roybal was spotted urinating in the Walmart parking lot as several patrons drove by, the summons said. He was cited again on suspicion of indecent exposure.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Police opened an investigation after two of three occupants in a car fled after crashing into an empty trailer in a parking lot at 733 Horizon Drive, during the pre-dawn hours Sunday. The lone occupant who was contacted by police, Alexandra Buzzetta, 22, was cited on suspicion of false reporting.
■ A 14-year-old student at The Opportunity Center was cited Monday on suspicion of disorderly conduct after he allegedly broke a picture frame and punched a filing cabinet, after being asked to leave the school.
■ Jeffrey Martyn, 60, was cited Monday on suspicion of drinking alcohol where prohibited at 496 Harris Road.
■ Someone burglarized a home at 2851 1/2 Mesa Ave. on Saturday and stole less than $1,000 in property.
■ Unspecified items were stolen from a parked vehicle Sunday at Walmart, 2881 North Ave.
■ Someone on April 17 broke into a parked vehicle in the 2000 block of Mesa Avenue and stole more than $2,000 in property.
■ Someone forced entry to a vehicle April 17 in the 1100 block of Grand Avenue and stole less than $300 in property.
■ Police on April 11 opened an investigation after someone reportedly provided false information to a business while trying to buy a firearm.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office:
■ Deputies were called Monday to a report of vandalism to the tune of $200, after a stone bench slab was destroyed at the Colorado State University Extension, 2775 U.S. Highway 50.
■ A woman called deputies Monday to report alleged aggressive behavior from a flagger monitoring a construction zone in the area of 20 and K roads, at one point claiming the flagger was “flipping her off” as she drives through the intersection. When pressed for specifics about the “flipping off,” the woman explained, “Well, emotionally that is what she is doing,” according to a report. She was advised the issue wasn’t criminal in nature.
■ Deputies were called Monday on a report of a window shot out by a BB gun at a home in the 100 block of 28 Road.