Blotter, Aug. 30, 2012
An intoxicated person reportedly was throwing rocks at vehicles Sunday in the 2900 block of North Avenue, according to the Grand Junction Police Department.
Charges are pending damage estimates from the drivers of the vehicles that allegedly were hit.
No foul play in death
No foul play is suspected in an unattended death reported Friday in the Flat Tops area of Garfield County.
An autopsy is pending, according to the Garfield County Sheriff’s Department.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Someone broke into a home Monday in the 600 block of South U.S. Highway 50 and stole nearly $3,500 in electronics, clothes and other items, including the titles to three vehicles. Someone then stole the 1994 Chevrolet truck matching the stolen title.
■ A woman reportedly assaulted her female roommate Monday in the 800 block of Kennedy Avenue. According to the report, the woman pulled her roommate from a vehicle and assaulted her, then stole the 2005 red Nissan Sentra.
■ Someone stole less than $1,000 in property Sunday from an apartment in the 1300 block of Glenwood Avenue.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
■ James Greer, 23, of Parker, was arrested Friday at Rock Jam on suspicion of trespassing, attempted assault and disorderly conduct after Greer allegedly attempted to punch more than one person and was “generally” yelling at people. Greer allegedly refused to leave Rock Jam when told to and took a swing at a security officer. He was “highly intoxicated,” the incident report said.
According to the Garfield County Sheriff’s Department:
■ An allegedly intoxicated 16-year-old boy reportedly was walking Saturday on Interstate 70 near Rifle. He was ticketed and released to a guardian.
■ A burglary reported Sunday in the Carbondale area is still being investigated.
■ A burglary was reported Saturday in the Parachute area. The case is being investigated.
■ An injured Corgi dog was impounded Saturday at the intersection of Garfield County Road 233 and County Road 237. It was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
■ A male, white Chihuahua with a collar and identification was brought to the CARE Shelter in Glenwood Springs, but efforts to contact the owner Saturday failed.