Blotter, July 6, 2014
Threat with forks alleged
A Grand Junction man was arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of threatening his parents with two dinner forks.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department, James David Allerheiligen, 21, broke up with his fiancee Wednesday night.
After she left his home, he threw her belongings out next to the street. He then went upstairs in the home he shares with his parents and came downstairs several minutes later, charging at his mother and brandishing two dinner forks, according to an arrest affidavit.
He threatened his mother and then his father, according to the affidavit, eventually running back upstairs while his parents went outside to wait for police.
He was arrested on suspicion of felony menacing.
The Grand Junction Police Department released no daily resume Saturday.
The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office released no booking summary or daily resume Saturday.