Blotter: March 30, 2014
National drill planned
The Grand Junction Police Department joins other Mesa County emergency responders in a large-scale training exercise Tuesday through Thursday that will involve multiple state and federal agencies.
The drill will take place in and around Grand Junction.
The exercises are part of a national drill that will test emergency responses across the country. Expect to see a large number of vehicles and personnel that are not typically present on a day-to-day basis, police said.
The Mesa County Joint Information Center will be testing its procedures during the event, police reported.
Residents are invited to follow along during the drill by visiting http://www.mesa countyjic.com. They can choose to receive email alerts when new information is posted by signing up to follow the blog. Simply enter an email address in the white box on the right side of the page.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Stephen Majia, 20, is accused of harassment and underage consumption of alcohol after an incident March 21.
■ Kelli Grennell, 37, is accused of obstruction, harassment, resisting arrest and assaulting officers.
■ Ashley Lang, 21, is accused of assault and violating a protection order.
■ A male juvenile, 17, is accused of possession of drug paraphernalia after contact in the area of U.S. Highway 50 and Unaweep Avenue on Wednesday.
■ Joshua Moore, 33, is accused of shoplifting at 2881 North Ave. on March 26.
■ Floyd Abeyta, 37, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of obstructing police, resisting arrest and on two outstanding warrants.
■ Michael Macintire, 44, is accused of shoplifting and trespassing at 859 Pitkin Ave. on Thursday.