Blotter, April 29, 2014
Boy suspected of auto theft
A 13-year-old Montrose boy was arrested Saturday on suspicion of aggravated motor vehicle theft, reckless driving, failure to report an accident and driving without a license after he was accused of stealing his grandmother’s car and taking two friends for a ride, according to Montrose Police Chief Tom Chinn.
The boy reportedly drove the car into some brush, spun donuts, then returned the car to his grandmother, who was not happy and wanted to pursue charges, Chinn said.
The case was referred to the District Attorney’s Office.
Urinating leads to arrest
Samuel Cordova, 19, was arrested Sunday on suspicion of criminal impersonation, illegal possession of ethyl alcohol by an underage person and urinating in public in the 400 block of Colorado Avenue, according to the Grand Junction Police Department.
An officer reportedly saw Cordova urinating in an alley and confronted Cordova, who said he was “Joseph Quintana” but didn’t have an ID. Officers found his wallet in his back packet, which contained several ID cards reading “Samuel Cordova.”
A man who said he was a friend of Cordova’s walked up to the scene and confirmed the man’s name was Samuel Cordova, according to the arrest report.
When an officer told Cordova he would just receive a summons and be released if he gave his real name but would be taken to jail if he lied, Cordova reportedly said again his name was Joseph Quintana.
At the jail, an officer found a phone number listed to Samuel Cordova and called it. The phone Cordova had rang, the report said.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Jennifer Lindsey Hines, 27, Grand Junction, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of possession of heroin, possession of three different Schedule IV pills, shoplifting less than $50, possession of drug paraphernalia and two failure to appear warrants.
■ Cory Gordon, 24, was arrested and released on a summons Friday on suspicion of shoplifting less than $2,000 in items from Walmart, 2545 Rimrock Ave. Gardner reportedly told an officer that he had just bought a house but did not have money for some supplies and walked out of the store with a cart full of merchandise.
■ Johnathan Oakley, 27, was arrested and released on a summons Thursday on suspicion of five counts of child abuse. Amber Roth, 26, also was arrested and released on a summons on suspicion of four counts of child abuse.
■ A sexual assault was reported Saturday in the southeast part of the city. An investigation is ongoing.
■ Someone stole tools valued at more than $2,000 from a shed in the 700 block of 25 1/2 Road on Sunday.
■ Courteny Lloyd, 18, Sydney Casey, 18, and a 16-year-old girl were arrested and released on a summons April 15 on suspicion of fighting in public at the Eagle Rim Skate Park, 349 27 3/8 Road. A 17-year-old boy reportedly caught the fight on video and could be heard encouraging the fight, so he was issued a summons on suspicion of aiding and abetting.
■ Unknown men are suspected of forcibly removing belongings from a victim Monday, causing injury in the 300 block of Colorado Avenue.
■ Jacob Ducray, 21, was issued a summons Saturday on suspicion of disorderly house in the 1200 block of Texas Avenue.
■ Someone stole less than $2,000 in property from a vehicle parked Friday in the 1100 block of Rood Avenue.
■ Sarrah Grzeskowiak, 37, was arrested and released on a summons Thursday on suspicion of theft of less than $700 from 2498 Patterson Road.
■ Someone fraudulently used the financial transaction device of another, making multiple purchases valued at more than $5,000 as far back as April 18.
■ Bethany Parker, 19, Jessica Kille, 21, and two juvenile girls were accused of stealing items valued between $300 and $750 from Walmart, 2881 North Ave., on April 18.
■ Someone stole a maroon Mitsubishi Eclipse on April 17 from Hooters, 2880 North Ave.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office:
■ Sean Keith Willis, 22, Grand Junction, was arrested Friday on suspicion of two counts felony menacing, conspiracy, third-degree criminal trespass and a parole violation.
■ Joshua Lee Etzler, 26, Grand Junction, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of felony menacing, criminal mischief of less than $100 and reckless endangerment.
■ Mesa County Search and Rescue responded to a report of an injured mountain biker Friday in the Kokopelli area.
According to the Montrose County Sheriff’s Office:
■ A noise complaint was made Monday in the 600 block of Chipeta Road.
■ Criminal mischief was reported Sunday in the 14700 block of Marine Road.
■ Deputies were dispatched Sunday to the 13500 block of 6950 Road for a report that an unwanted person was inside a residence.
■ A noise complaint was made Saturday in the 14700 block of Marine Road.
■ Criminal mischief was reported Saturday in the 200 block of 6403 Road.
■ A dog bite was reported Friday in the 67000 block of Miami Road.
■ A loud music complaint was reported Friday in the 11400 block of 5910 Trail.
According to the Montrose Police Department:
■ A weapons offense was reported Saturday in the 000 block of North Grande Avenue. An investigation is ongoing.
■ A motor vehicle theft was reported Thursday in the 1000 block of South First Street.