Blotter, June18, 2013

Valerie Lemus



Sergio Solano



Anthony Rosas



Meth shipment intercepted

After receiving a tip from the Colorado Springs office of the Drug Enforcement Agency, Mesa County sheriff’s deputies drove into Utah on Friday and clandestinely followed two vehicles suspected of transporting a large amount of methamphetamine into the state.

The deputies initially caught up with the two vehicles, a blue Chevrolet truck with California license plates and a while Chevrolet Malibu with Colorado plates, at a gas station off of Interstate 70 near Green River, Utah, according to arrest affidavits of the three.

Following the two vehicles, the deputies pulled them over after they crossed into Colorado, and with the aid of a drug-sniffing dog, allegedly found about 20 pounds of meth.

The three, 23-year-old Anthony Rosas, 21-year-old Valerie Michelle Lemus and 19-year-old Sergio Josue Solano, were jailed on suspicion of distribution of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance.

Divine carnal calling?

 

A man said God wanted him to have sex with another man last Friday behind the Melrose Motel, 337 Colorado Ave.

The man, Mark Allen Hoover, 43, was accused of trying to perform a sexual act on another man, according to a Grand Junction Police Department arrest affidavit of Hoover.

The other man told police he pushed Hoover away and told him to stop.

Hoover, who later was taken to the Mesa County Jail, told police that he did it because God wanted him to have sex with the other man.

Hoover was jailed on suspicion of unlawful sexual conduct without consent, second-degree assault of a police officer, obstructing a peace officer and resisting arrest.

 

According to the Grand Junction Police Department:

■ Ariel Ray, 19, was issued a summons June 10 on suspicion of shoplifting merchandise valued at less than $500 from a business in the 2800 block of North Avenue. She was was jailed when it was discovered she had an active warrant for her arrest.

■ Theresa Carter, 31, was jailed Wednesday on suspicion of obstruction of a telephone service and criminal mischief.

■ Vicente Mora, 20, and Jon Kolb, 21, were issued summonses Friday on suspicion of shoplifting items value at less than $1,000 from Walmart, 2545 Rimrock Ave.

■ Someone entered a home Friday in the 300 block of McFarland Court and caused damage of less than $1,000.

■ Someone stole more than $2,000 from a home Friday in the 1300 block of White Avenue.

■ Andrew Hall, 25, was issued a summons Saturday on suspicion of trespassing.

■ Lynley Chism, 38, was issued a summons Saturday on suspicion of shoplifting merchandise valued at less than $1,000 from Walmart, 2545 Rimrock Ave.

■ Tyler J. Moriarty, 29, was jailed Saturday on suspicion of conspiracy, third-degree criminal trespass, second-degree burglary and theft.

■ Casey Krogman, 28, was jailed Saturday on suspicion of second-degree burglary, theft, violation of bond conditions and violation of a restraining order after an incident at Walmart, 2881 North Ave.

■ James Dunn, 51, was jailed Saturday on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, using a controlled substance and having two outstanding arrest warrants.

 

According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:

■ Adam Strother Clark, 41, of Grand Junction was jailed Friday on suspicion of theft, first-degree criminal trespass of an automobile, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance.

■ Lucas Collin Lintner, 18, of Grand Junction was jailed Friday on suspicion of theft, trespassing and two counts of minor in possession of alcohol.

■ Omar Angel Macias, 19, of Lakewood, N.J., was jailed Friday on suspicion of Internet sexual exploitation of a child and obscenity.

■ Alan Wesley McMann, 27, of Grand Junction was jailed Friday on suspicion of third-degree assault.

■ Paul Michael Roark, 25, of Grand Junction was jailed Friday on suspicion of second-degree burglary.

■ Juan Vicente Sanchez, 34, of Grand Junction was jailed Monday on suspicion of obstruction of a telephone or telegraph service and third-degree assault.


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