Blotter, March 27, 2014
Pellets damage vehicle
Children who live in a two-story house in the 3200 block of Nolene Drive allegedly climbed out an upstairs window and fired a pellet gun that damaged a neighbor’s vehicle, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office reported.
No citations were issued March 25 after deputies investigated reports that four windows of a sports utility trailer were pierced leaving small, circular holes, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Damage was estimated at about $600.
The owner of the vehicle told deputies he believed someone from a neighboring house shot the windows with a pellet gun, the sheriff’s office reported.
Two weeks previous, the victim discovered three small holes in a vinyl fence in front of the trailer, according to the sheriff’s office.
A house directly south of the victim’s trailer is where at least four teenage boys live. Based on the apparent trajectory of the pellets, the victim believes the shots came from the neighbor’s upstairs windows.
The investigation remains open.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Someone unlawfully entered a residence in the 2800 block of Riverside Parkway on March 10 and stole items valued between $750 to $20,000 and causing damage to items estimated at $1,000 to $20,000.
■ Michael Petersen, 19, was arrested on suspicion of theft on March 15 after an investigation showed that he removed items valued at less than $100 from a residence in the 2400 block of U.S. Highway 6&50 without the knowledge or consent of the owner.
■ Douglas Kaley, 22, was arrested Saturday near the intersection of 25th Street and North Avenue on suspicion of being in possession of a Schedule II controlled substance and on an outstanding warrant.
■ Two 16-year-old boys were contacted during a traffic stop Saturday at the intersection of Orchard and College avenues. The driver was arrested and released on a summons for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and for violating the restrictions of a temporary drivers permit. The passenger was arrested and released on a summons for possession of marijuana.
■ Jeffrey Duff, 22, was issued a summons on suspicion of child abuse after he allegedly caused bodily injury to a child. The incident happened in the southwest area of the city on Friday.
■ Chassy Kettle, 27, was arrested and released on a summons Sunday on suspicion of third-degree assault in the 2800 block of Hall Avenue.
■ Michael A. Cook, 43, was arrested and jailed after investigation allegedly showed he was in possession of a Schedule II controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after he was contacted in the 700 block of Horizon Drive on Monday.
According to the Fruita Police Department:
■ A gold coin valued at $1,300 was taken from inside a locked safe in the 400 block of West Ottley Avenue on March 13.
■ Michael Anderson, 59, was arrested March 17 after he allegedly attempted to take items valued at $321 from a grocery store in the 100 block of South Plum Street without paying.
■ A found iPad was turned into the police department March 18.
■ Someone unlawfully entered a vehicle in the 200 block of West Aspen Avenue on March 20 and removed a “Wraith” car valued at $350. There are no suspects.
According to the Montrose Police Department:
■ Keri Hardwick, 27, and Kevin Lopez, 35, both of Montrose, were each issued a summons on suspicion of shoplifting in the 16000 block of Townsend Avenue on Tuesday.
■ Jessica Puckett, 25, of Olathe, was arrested Wednesday in the south area of the city on suspicion of violating a protection order and unlawful possession of a controlled substance.