Blotter, Aug. 9, 2017

Body that of missing woman

A body found in the Colorado River outside Parachute on Monday is that of a woman who was reported missing this week, according to Garfield County Coroner Robert Glassmire.

Daisy Ferguson, 43, Parachute, was reported missing on Aug. 6.

Garfield County sheriff spokesman WaltStowe said the body was spotted on a sandbar by people tubing on the river with their families. They called 911 and sheriff deputies responded to the scene.

The cause and manner of her death are under investigation, but foul play is not suspected, Glassmire said.

Man arrested in altercation

 

A 48-year-old man was arrested at the Mesa Inn early Tuesday morning after allegedly brandishing a knife at another man who was wielding a pool skimmer, an arrest affidavit said.

Craig Lawrence Sellers could be charged with felony menacing, felony driving under the influence and driving without a valid driver’s license after the incident at the motel at 704 Horizon Drive.

A Grand Junction police officer wrote in a report that the motel manager called police at about 12:46 a.m. Tuesday to report a man had pulled a knife on him. The man said he saw Sellers walking toward him, and asked him whether he was staying there. When Sellers said no, the staff member asked him what he was doing.

“Craig responded, ‘Walk away,’” the affidavit said. “(The manager) looked down and noticed Craig was holding a knife in his right hand.”

The motel manager said he grabbed a pool skimmer to use to defend himself, but Sellers walked away.

Officers pulled Sellers over in his car nearby, and noticed his “thick and slurred speech,” the smell of alcohol and a knife in his front pocket. Sellers had four previous drinking and driving charges in his criminal history, the report said.

He appeared Tuesday afternoon in Mesa County Court, where Judge Craig Henderson issued him a $10,000 cash-only bond.

Cops investigate weapons call

 

Police are investigating a report that someone illegally fired a weapon on Main Street on Sunday afternoon.

A Grand Junction police incident report, which was not released in its entirety because of an ongoing investigation, said the shot was fired by a “known subject” at 541 West Main St. between 3:30 p.m. and 4:35 p.m.

The suspect’s name was not included on the report, but potential charges are listed as illegal discharge of a firearm and weapons possession by a previous offender, both felonies.

The report did not list what kind of weapon was fired.

 

According to the Grand Junction Police Department:

■Charlene Dabbs, 60, is accused of obstructing an officer and obstructing a roadway Thursday.

■Benjamin James Coates, 26, was cited on suspicion of resisting arrest and obstructing an officer Friday.

■Someone stole property worth less than $3,000 from the 2700 block of C Road on July 25.

■Someone assaulted a victim in the alley north of the 300 block of South Avenue on Saturday.

■Someone caused less than $1,000 of damage to a vehicle in the 500 block of White Avenue on July 30.

■Kalob Anthony Miller, 25, is accused of false imprisonment and harassment Sunday.

■Bradley Richens, 36, was cited on suspicion of possession of a dangerous weapon and driving with a suspended license Monday.

■Someone stole property worth more than $50 from an unlocked vehicle in the 900 block of Grand Avenue on Friday.

 

According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office:

■Bryan Jennings Johnson, 40, is accused of drug possession, weapons possession by a previous offender and a special circumstances drug charge on July 19.

■Kyle Thomas Kubis, 33, is accused of drug possession, weapons possession by a previous offender and a special circumstances drug charge on July 19.

■Anettra Adale Redeye, 30, is accused of drug possession and a special circumstances drug charge on July 19.

■Kimberlee Neuenschwander, 40, and Hailey Erickson, 24, are each accused of drug-related offenses July 31.

■Jessica Gaylord, 35, is accused of menacing Aug. 1.

■Jessie McNeely, 19, was cited on suspicion of criminal tampering Aug. 2.

■Someone stole a vehicle in the 12000 block of Highway 65 on July 31.

■Johnathan Blanchette, 26, is accused of criminal mischief and domestic violence Saturday.

■Derek Salvati, 34, is accused of domestic violence and burglary Saturday.

■Cole Johnson, 20, is accused of burglary and theft Saturday.

■Kanen Lamb, 33, is accused of attempted vehicular assault, assault, criminal mischief and domestic violence Saturday.

■Cody Wooten, 26, is accused of domestic violence and criminal tampering July 31.

 

According to the Montrose Police Department:

■James Case, 56, is accused of drug possession, driving under the influence and other offenses Friday.

■Terrence Ireland, 38, is accused of drug possession and weapons-related charges Friday.

■Megan Amrine, 19, was cited on suspicion of shoplifting Saturday.

■James Hill, 42, was cited on suspicion of shoplifting Saturday.

■Juanita Hernandez-Dunagan, 35, was cited on suspicion of shoplifting Sunday.

 

According to the Montrose County Sheriff’s Office;

■Carrie Hood, 34, was cited on suspicion of domestic violence and harassment Monday.

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A previous version of this story included an incorrect address for the Main Street shooting on Sunday. The address should not have been connected to Suehiro Japanese Restaurant and Sushi.


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