Blotter, Feb. 21, 2013
Man shot by deputy
now free on bond
A man who was shot by a Montrose County sheriff’s deputy during a traffic stop earlier this month is free after posting bond.
Tryllen Richards, 31, was released from a hospital Saturday after being treated for a gunshot wound and was also released from custody after posting a $60,000 surety bond, according to Montrose sheriff’s spokeswoman Bobbie McCoid. He was briefly jailed on suspicion of first-degree assault, felony menacing and speeding.
Richards was believed to be a passenger in a vehicle who was wounded by deputies on the morning of Feb. 7 on Colorado Highway 145 in Naturita during a traffic stop. A deputy also suffered minor injuries.
Gun drawn in dispute
Fruita police responded to Bayberry Court on Feb. 6 on report of a neighbor pointing a gun at another person.
The dispute between neighbors allegedly began over a borrowed truck, police said. After arguing, and then both sides returning home, the confrontation flared again when one neighbor knocked loudly on the other’s door. A man answered the door with a black .357 Magnum revolver and allegedly pointed it at the person at the door, according to a police report.
“I don’t think he would shoot me, but if he did, I would have kicked his a**, as long as he didn’t get a head shot,” the alleged victim told police.
The man alleged to have pointed the gun denied to police that he did so and said he felt threatened. Based on statements from both sides, police declined to charge anyone with a crime.
Storage unit broken into
Parachute police and Crime Stoppers of Garfield County hope someone can provide information about a burglary at a storage unit that occurred in January.
Suspects stole more than 30 tools, including grinders, drills, saws, sanders and an air compressor. The estimated value of the tools is $3,800.
A reward of up to $1,000 is offered for information that leads to arrest. Anonymous tips can be left at 970-945-0101 or by visiting http://www.garcocrimestoppers.com and clicking “Report a Tip.”
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Raymond Raymos, 48, is accused of felony trespass after he allegedly refused to leave a dwelling in the 500 block of South Avenue on Feb. 9.
■ Margaret Siligo, 23, is accused of criminal mischief and harassment with domestic violence after allegedly causing less than $1,000 in damage to a victim’s property on Feb. 11.
■ James Knapp, 34, is alleged to have unlawfully taken items valued at less than $500 from Walmart, 2881 North Ave., on Feb. 12.
■ Someone passed a fraudulent check at 230 Lynwood St. on Jan. 14.
■ Someone stole an automobile valued at less than $20,000 from a residence in the 200 block of Mountain View Street on Feb. 15.
■ Artie Valdez, 53, is accused of indecent exposure after allegedly urinating in public on Feb. 16.
■ Shane Luster, 35, is accused of domestic violence harassment of a victim in the area of Horizon Drive and Crossroads Boulevard on Sunday.
■ Someone removed personal property valued at less than $1,000 from a business in the 500 block of West Crete Circle on Feb. 14.
■ Someone unlawfully entered and damaged a vehicle in the 2600 block of Belford Avenue on Sunday.
■ Jerome Sisneros, 37, and Ernie Sisneros, 31, were issued summonses on suspicion of theft from Kmart, 2809 North Ave., on Sunday.
■ Someone stole items valued at less than $1,000 from a residence in the 200 block of White Avenue on Sunday.
■ Tommy Patton, 56, and Alice Smith-Thurston, 46, were issued summonses on suspicion of theft from City Market, 200 Rood Ave., on Monday.
■ Jennifer Miracle, 32, is accused of trying to obtain a controlled substance by misrepresentation from Rite Aid, 400 N. First St., on Feb. 16.
■ Tiffani Boynton, 29, is accused of criminal impersonation, drug possession and distribution, and theft on Monday.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
■ A juvenile female is accused of stealing clothing Feb. 14 from the lost and found at Grand Mesa Middle School. The case is under investigation.
According to the Montrose Police Department:
■ Natalie Willis, 40; Bree Gallegos, 25; and Monique Mier, 22; were issued summonses on suspicion of disorderly conduct on Feb. 15.
■ Michael Blair was cited on suspicion of shoplifting on Monday.
■ Police have recently taken three reports of counterfeit bills being passed, once on Feb. 15 and twice on Feb. 18.