Blotter, June 15, 2017
Police: Man fired gun into floor during argument
A Grand Junction man was advised Wednesday on possible charges of felony menacing, prohibited use of weapons, and reckless endangerment, for allegedly firing a gun into the floor during a domestic dispute.
Chad Pasterz, 33, allegedly fired a round from a Glock .40 caliber handgun at a home in the 1000 block of Ute Avenue late Tuesday. A police report says Pasterz fired the gun “in an attempt to scare (the victim),” who was “approximately 5 feet or less distance from Pasterz at the time of the shot.”
Pasterz was issued a person-recognizance bond on Wednesday.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Someone shot two victims with pellets at the corner of 29 Road and North Avenue on Friday.
■ David Rohde, 55, is accused of eluding and drug possession Friday.
■ Someone caused less than $20,000 in damage to vehicles parked in the 1600 block of North 18th Street on Saturday.
■ Someone tried to break into a home through a kitchen window in the 3200 block of Lakeside Drive on Monday.
■ Pablo Chairez, 23, is accused of drug possession Wednesday.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office:
■ Steven Angell, 59, is accused of criminal impersonation on June 3.
■ Someone caused about $600 in damage to property in the 2900 block of Sandra Avenue on June 5.
■ Constance Brady, 54, was cited on suspicion of theft Sunday.
■ Rosendo Sanchez-Esparza, 20, is accused of felony menacing Monday.
■ Lucinda Sanchez, 37, was cited on suspicion of false reporting Monday.
According to the Montrose Police Department:
■ Kingsley Ziegler, 28, is accused of harassment and domestic violence Monday.
■ Lacey Holsey, 23, is accused of criminal mischief and domestic violence Monday.
■ Carlos Rivera-Ramirez, 23, is accused of domestic violence, harassment, a restraining order violation and stalking Monday.