Blotter, Jan. 19, 2014
Drug offenses, resisting arrest alleged
Andrew Daniel Ybarra, 44, Grand Junction, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of possession of a Schedule 2 controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, tampering with evidence and resisting arrest, according to the Grand Junction Police Department.
An officer attempted to contact Ybarra, wanted on a felony warrant, about 5:30 p.m., in the Sam’s Club parking lot when Ybarra ran to avoid officers, his arrest affidavit alleged.
Ybarra tried to pull a shopping cart in front of the officers and tried to throw a bag with a white substance under a parked car, the affidavit alleged.
The bag contained nearly 7 grams of suspected cocaine, his affidavit said.
Woman sleeping at post office is cited
Holly Nauroth, 60, was arrested and released on a summons Jan. 11 for trespassing at the U.S. Post Office, 241 N. Fourth St., on suspicion of being intoxicated and sleeping near mailboxes in the building. She said she wasn’t drunk and just wanted to sleep. Emergency medical personnel were called to check on her, and she was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Desiree Monique Vallejos, 19, Grand Junction was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of theft and third-degree burglary after $400 was taken from petty-cash boxes at Rocky Mountain Orthopaedic Associates, 627 25 1/2 Rd. Video surveillance captured Vallejos stealing the cash, police allege.
■ Heidi Dziedzic, 34, was arrested and released on a summons Jan. 12 on suspicion of shoplifting less than $1,000 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s.
■ Someone caused more than $1,000 in damage to a vehicle parked Monday near the 2900 block of D Road.
■ A woman assaulted and injured another woman Friday afternoon in the 2800 block of Elm Avenue. An investigation is ongoing.
■ Someone stole more than $300 worth of items from a vehicle parked Wednesday near the 2300 block of Mesa Avenue.
■ Someone forged a check Jan. 7 in the 2500 block of N. Eighth Street, causing a business a loss of more than $750. An investigation is ongoing.
■ Two juvenile boys, ages 13 and 14, were arrested and released on a summons Tuesday on suspicion of consumption of marijuana at East Middle School.
The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office did not release a booking summary or daily activity log Saturday.