Blotter: December 19, 2008
Man accused of burglary
• Mesa County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Daniel Klien, 31, on suspicion of a parole violation and second-degree burglary of items valued more than $1,000 from the home of a woman he reportedly knew.
The victim reported missing $40, two video game systems and games valued at $550, a digital camera valued at $300 and two cell phones valued at $460.
Two accused of shoplifting
• A mother and daughter, Lorraine Coates, 40, and Brittney Coates, 19, were issued a summons on suspicion of shoplifting from City Market, 1909 N. First St., according to Grand Junction police reports.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
• A thief stole property valued at more than $1,000 from 949 N. Ninth St.
• Someone broke into a home at 915 Belford Ave., and took items valued at more than $1,000.
• A girl used someone else’s credit card at Mesa Mall. The monetary loss was less than $500.
• A man is suspected of kidnapping a woman and sexually assaulting her in the north central area of the city.
• Someone caused damage to a car by intentionally ramming a car into it. The car hit was occupied by four adults and a small child. The suspected driver fled the scene in a car and later ran from the victim on foot, reports said.
• Someone stole items valued at less than $1,000 from a car parked at 200 W. Grand Ave.
• A burglar took items valued under $500 from a construction site at 2912 Walnut Ave.
• Someone fraudulently obtained controlled substances by using personal information of others at Primary Care Partners, 3150 N. 12th St.
• A thief stole a firearm valued at more than $1,000 from a car parked at 1627 N. 14th St.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
• Julie Skelly, 34, was issued a summons on suspicion of shoplifting items valued at less than $500 from City Market, 569 32 Road.
• A man reported he found the south window on his apartment at 204 Peach St. in Clifton broken with pry marks on the frame. However, no entry was made and nothing was missing. The man said neighbors told him they heard a noise shortly after he left for work. Damages were about $100.