Blotter: July 22, 2009
Bar assault reported
• Grand Junction police are investigating a report that someone was assaulted with a knife at Whiskey River, 490 28 1/4 Road, over the weekend.
Police spokeswoman Kate Porras said officers were dispatched to Community Hospital on Sunday after a report of an assault. The victim told police he was in the men’s bathroom at the bar when someone cut his neck with some sort of blade, she said.
Porras said police don’t have any suspect information.
Fraud suspect booked
• A Grand Junction man was arrested Monday on a warrant alleging he stole from a pawn shop by forging a pawn slip, according to the Grand Junction Police Department.
Richard Alan Sears, 46, 2861 Elm Ave., was jailed on suspicion of theft of more than $20,000 and five counts of providing false information on a pawn slip.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
• Amanda Blacksher, 28, 3047 F Road, No. 3, was arrested Monday after she was contacted during a theft investigation and found to have a warrant issued for her arrest. She also was arrested on suspicion of stealing items from a convenience store at 2896 North Ave.
• Monique Herrera, 27, address unknown, was issued a summons Saturday on suspicion of stealing merchandise from a store at Mesa Mall.
• A man reported Monday that he lost his debit card at Cactus Canyon, 3210 Interstate 70 Business Loop, and that someone has used it to rack up more than $500 in expenses. Police have no suspect information.
• Someone tried to force entry into a home in the 300 block of Acoma Drive on Monday, causing $250 in damage.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
• Lee Ann Woods, 3280 Lombard Lane, was arrested Monday on suspicion of possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
• A man living in the 2900 block of Eastwood Place reported Monday that someone connected to his ex-wife and an incident that occurred 10 years ago entered his home and set the clocks back 10 to 20 minutes so he would be late for his community service job. The man asked that the incident be documented.
According to the Fruita Police Department:
• Vicki Kay Williams, 47, 2130 Kennedy Ave., was arrested Monday on suspicion of obtaining a controlled substance using fraud and deceit and unauthorized possession of a controlled substance.