Blotter, July 19, 2014
Suspect has Viagra defense
Jordan Vigil, 22, was arrested July 11 on suspicion of multiple charges, including criminal impersonation and multiple counts of possession of a controlled substance, after Grand Junction officers observed him entering a property through a hole in the fence at 1229 N. 23rd St., according to an arrest affidavit. Vigil threw down a gun as officers approached and he allegedly lied about his identity. Officers removed several pills, including Buspirone Hydroclide and amphetamines, from his pockets. Vigil was restrained from possessing weapons because of a recent prior arrest.
The affidavit said Vigil explained to an officer he’d purchased the pills for $10 at a party, but thought they were generic Viagra.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Items were stolen from an unlocked vehicle Thursday at 2829 North Ave.
■ Jeffrey Kaiser-Plante, 31, was cited Thursday on suspicion of shoplifting at 2545 Rimrock Ave.
■ Danny Ramset, 23, was cited Thursday on suspicion of shoplifting at 2896 North Ave.
■ Shem Brown, 22, was cited Wednesday on suspicion of shoplifting at 2545 Rimrock Ave.
■ Paul Rangel, 30, was cited July 10 on suspicion of driving with a revoked license for a previous alcohol conviction and speeding at North Avenue and Cannell Avenue.
According to the Montrose County Sheriff’s Office:
■ An all-terrain vehicle reported stolen to Montrose police was found abandoned on Thursday in the 16000 block of 6830 Road.
■ Deputies were called Thursday on a report of a suspicious activity in the 14400 block of Arabian Court. “The reporting party advised he heard a female voice coming from his home,” a report said. “It was determined to be a new cellphone announcing an Amber Alert.”