Blotter, May 12, 2013

Violin stolen at GJ High

A parent of a Grand Junction High School music student reported the student’s violin and related equipment were stolen from a storage area in the school’s orchestra room, according to the Grand Junction Police Department.

The equipment, valued at a combined $1,000, was believed to have been stolen between May 7 and 8.

A school administrator said security camera footage at the school would be reviewed, but there were no suspects.


According to the Grand Junction Police Department:

■ A report was filed May 3 involving a known suspect harassing and working to “destroy another’s reputation” in the 2600 block of B 1/2 Road, police said. The case, which includes a possible crime of criminal extortion, remained under investigation Saturday and further details were not released.

■ Unspecified items were reported stolen early Saturday in the 2100 block of North Avenue.

■  Randy McNamara, 32, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of trespassing and possession of a schedule IV controlled substance.

■  Karl Cox, 22, was cited on suspicion of shoplifting Thursday at Walmart, 2881 North Ave.

■  Zachary Johnson, 40, was cited Thursday on suspicion being intoxicated in the roadway in the 900 block of Ute Avenue.

■  Melanie Sale, 25, was cited Thursday on suspicion of driving under suspension and no proof of insurance at Seventh Street and Pitkin Avenue.

■  Skyler Streetman, 21, was cited Thursday on suspicion of driving under revocation after being contacted at Seventh Street and North Avenue.

■ Daniel Abramson, 21, was cited Saturday on suspicion of disorderly conduct in the 100 block of South Fifth Street.


The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department on Saturday did not release booking or activity reports.


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