Blotter, June 15, 2013

PayPal charge reported

A woman reported Wednesday to Grand Junction police that she received a call from eBay claiming she owed on two charges that were made through PayPal. The woman told eBay she did not make the purchases. PayPal acknowledged the purchases were fraudulent and the woman did not lose any money. There was no suspect information.

 

According to the Grand Junction Police Department:

■ John McDugle, 52, was cited Wednesday on suspicion of trespassing at 1111 North Ave.

■ Mark Hoover, 43, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of obstructing a peace officer and second-degree trespassing after officers were called on a report of a man yelling at a woman in the 400 block of Lawrence Avenue.

■ A known juvenile reportedly exposed himself Tuesday to another juvenile in the 500 block of Pinyon Avenue.

■ Maximilliano Para-Ramirez, 27, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of second-degree kidnapping, third-degree assault, harassment, child abuse and violation of a protection order, after allegedly assaulting a woman and her child in the northwest part of the city.

■ Hunter Sheridan, 25, was cited Thursday on suspicion of driving with a revoked license and operating an uninsured vehicle at North First Street and North Avenue.

■ Officers on June 5 opened a child exploitation investigation in the northwest part of the city.

■ Bryan Taylor, 39, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving as a habitual traffic offender.

■ Michael Crawford, 41, was cited on suspicion of trespassing Tuesday at Walmart, 2545 Rimrock Drive.

According to the Palisade Police Department:

■  Officers were dispatched June 5 on a reported noise complaint, while the reporting party claimed someone had been “throwing rocks for 45 minutes.” Officers couldn’t validate the complaint.

■  Officers on June 6 issued a warning to several children reportedly riding bikes on the railroad tracks.

■  Officers on June 7 were called on a theft report at C & F Food Store, involving a man who reportedly drank a half-gallon of milk and then left the store, The case remains under investigation.

 

According to the Montrose County Sheriff’s Department:

■  Deputies were called Thursday on a report of a dog bite in the 62800 block of LaSalle Road.

■  Deputies handled a report Thursday involving a tree knocking down power lines at Orange and 6300 Road.


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