Blotter: Aug. 01, 2009
‘Psycho’ sign nets ticket
• A northeast Grand Junction woman decided one word would speak louder than violent actions Thursday when she parked her car in front of a neighbor’s house with “Psycho” written in parchment paper on the side of her vehicle.
Grand Junction police said they cited Wini Stevenson, 53, for disorderly conduct after she parked her car in front of a neighbor’s home to protest the neighbor complaining to their homeowner’s association about a block party.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
• Burglars damaged a sprinkler unit Wednesday night before or after stealing less than $500 worth of property from a residence in north Grand Junction.
• A vehicle was stolen from 480 28 1/2 Road on Thursday.
•A credit card was used without authorization to buy items Thursday at 2460 F Road.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
• A Clifton woman delivered a lost credit card to deputies on Friday. Contact information for the owner is unknown.
• Search and rescue team members, Grand Junction firefighters and Bureau of Land Management fire patrol crew members assisted a 58-year-old man who became ill while hiking Thursday on the Bangs Canyon Trail.
• A Clifton man told deputies Thursday a “bald-headed guy” threatened him and told him to leave his property. Witnesses told deputies the complainant was told to leave the property after speaking loudly, using foul language and walking over to the other man’s apartment. Deputies reported the incident as intoxication.