Blotter, March 20, 2017
Second robbery suspect arrested in home invasion
A second man has been arrested on suspicion of robbing a Grand Junction residence with a gun.
Enrique Pedro Calvillo, 18, faces charges of aggravated robbery, first-degree burglary, first-degree aggravated motor vehicle theft and theft in connection with a home invasion Dec. 10 in the 900 block of of White Avenue. Calvillo and two others allegedly forced their way into an apartment in the 900 block of White Avenue with guns and stole $600 in cash, a surveillance camera, a laptop and a car from the two 18-year-old men who were there, according to an arrest affidavit.
Emilio Cruz Cordova, 18, who apparently knew the victim personally, faces similar charges, according to earlier reports.
4 Junction firefighters head to blaze in Boulder
Four Grand Junction wildland firefighters headed to the Front Range with a brush engine Sunday night to help fight the Sunshine Fire in Boulder’s Sunshine Canyon, according to Grand Junction Fire Department spokeswoman Ellis Thompson-Ellis.
The fire, which by Sunday afternoon had forced evacuations of 426 homes with another 836 households on evacuation standby, has grown to 106 acres with no containment when Grand Junction’s crew was deployed, Thompson-Ellis said.
The crew could be deployed for up to two weeks, she said.
In the Grand Valley, two other departments battled fires in dry and windy conditions Sunday.
Clifton Fire Department responded to a fire near Long Family Memorial Park, according to police radio reports. Thompson-Ellis said Grand Junction firefighters assisted the Lower Valley Fire Protection District with another blaze near 22 and Jay roads, but had no further information.
Neither department could be reached Sunday.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Officers found a half-gallon of PCP in a cooler after stopping subjects for a traffic violation March 3.
■ Robby Burtard, 48, is accused of drug possession Tuesday.
■ A 15-year-old boy was cited on suspicion of underage marijuana possession at Grand Junction High School on Monday.
■ A 15-year-old boy was cited on suspicion of underage marijuana consumption at Grand Junction High School on March 8.