Blotter, June 26, 2014
Credit cards, bicycle taken
Lee Albert Reynolds, 26, Grand Junction, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of second-degree burglary, first-degree criminal trespass of auto, criminal possession of two or more financial devices and theft of between $50 and $300 after two credit cards and a vehicle title were taken from a truck and a bicycle was taken from a garage in the 500 block of Sycamore Avenue, according to his arrest affidavit from the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office.
Reynolds returned the two credit cards and bicycle to the victim Tuesday night, telling authorities he wasn’t the person who stole the items, the arrest affidavit said. Someone else did, he told police, but he was just trying to “do the right thing” and return to the victim his property because stealing is “okay from Walmart” but not “from people,” Reynolds’ affidavit said.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ A juvenile male was arrested Monday on suspicion of possession of more than 12 ounces of marijuana in the northeast area of Grand Junction.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office:
■ Jennifer Ann Robinson, 34, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of criminal impersonation in order to avoid an arrest on a warrant.
■ A 42-year-old woman was issued a summons Wednesday on suspicion of theft after three people ordered $18.92 worth of food at Denny’s Restaurant, 3205 Interstate 70 Business, and didn’t pay for it.
■ An inmate cleaning crew found a dirty syringe Wednesday wedged between a wall and wooden bench of the Mesa County Jail’s pre-screening report room. Video surveillance was going to be reviewed in an attempt to locate the suspect.
■ Nearly $600 in damage was done to a GMC Yukon on Tuesday in the 600 block of Ox Bow Road.
■ An estimated $200 in damage was done to two mailboxes Sunday in the 3000 block of D 1/2 Road.
■ A 57-year-old Clifton man was seriously injured June 15 after he crashed his all-terrain vehicle in the desert off C Road, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office.
■ Two canoers were safely rescued June 13 after getting stranded on an island east of 29 Road. Both were wearing life jackets and weren’t in danger, but they had no way to get off the island without deputies’ help by boat.
According to the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office:
■ Travis Louis Johnson, 31, Parachute, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of driving a vehicle while his license was revoked for being a habitual traffic offender, driving a vehicle with excessive alcohol content, DUI, harassment and domestic violence.
■ Deputies responded to a complaint of a dog bite Monday in the Glenwood Springs Area. The case is being investigated.
According to the Montrose Police Department:
■ An investigation continues into a burglary reported Tuesday in the 1200 block of North Park Avenue.
■ An investigation continues into the Tuesday report of a vicious animal in the 800 block of North Second Street.