Blotter, Nov. 19, 2013
Cocaine suspects arrested
Aurielle Paige-Moana Duncan, 22, of Grand Junction, and Devin Thomas James, 22, of Fruita, were arrested Sunday on suspicion of intent to distribute cocaine after nearly 230 grams of cocaine with a street value of nearly $23,000 was found in a vehicle that Duncan was driving, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office.
Western Colorado Drug Task Force deputies stopped Duncan’s vehicle just off the Clifton exit ramp from Interstate 70 for alleged traffic offenses.
A dog searched the vehicle, and the alleged cocaine was found in a brown bag inside the vehicle.
Duncan also was arrested on suspicion of two traffic offenses in the incident Sunday night, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Truck damaged at movies
A man reported Saturday night that soda had been poured on his truck and that paint on each side of the truck had been scratched while the truck was parked at Regal Cinemas Canyon View Stadium 14, 648 Market St.
Damage was estimated at more than $1,000.
There is no suspect information, according to the Grand Junction Police Department.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Jacob Ducray, 21, of Fruita, was ticketed Friday on suspicion of disorderly conduct in the 500 block of Main Street.
■ Nicholas Berry, 18, Matthew Pagnotta, 18, and Benjamin Taylor, 18, all of Grand Junction, were ticketed Friday on suspicion of disorderly conduct in the 1600 block of Cannell Avenue. Pagnotta and Berry also were ticketed on suspicion of being minors in possession of alcohol.
■ A window was shattered and items were stolen Saturday from Crown Liquors, 2851 1/3 North Ave., No. 3.
The value of the stolen items and the broken window is estimated to be less than $1,000. There are no suspects.
■ A thief stole less than $500 in items from a business Saturday in the 600 block of 23 Road.
■ Gregory Lucas, 59, of Grand Junction, was ticketed Friday on suspicion of disturbing the peace for playing loud music in the 300 block of Sixth Street.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office:
■ Dustin Carroll Wiehe, 26, of Grand Junction, was arrested Friday on suspicion of criminal impersonation, obstructing an officer and a warrant from Utah.
Wiehe initially gave deputies a false name but told deputies the truth once Wiehe learned that the friend whose name he initially provided also had an outstanding warrant.
■ Sheela Deanne Moore, 23, of Clifton, was arrested Sunday on suspicion of criminal impersonation, DUI, DUI per se, driving with a suspended license, no insurance in possession and a traffic offense.
According to the Fruita Police Department:
■ An officer went to Family Health West on Nov. 10 for a report that a 9-year-old was bitten on the face by a dog.
The case is being investigated.
■ A 16-year-old boy’s nose was broken after he reportedly was assaulted Nov. 9 at the intersection of North Oak Street and West Roberson Drive. The case is still being investigated.
■ A thief stole alcohol valued at $66 on Nov. 5 from Center Town Liquor Store, 136 S. Mesa St.
A warrant was requested.
According to the Montrose County Sheriff’s Office:
■ An underage party was reported Saturday in the 56700 block of Dalia Road. Jade Bissell, 18, Gabrielle Lopiccolo, 19, Joel Bingham, 20, and Jeffrey Vincent, 20, were all ticketed on suspicion of underage consumption of alcohol.
In addition, Cody Kaylor, 22, was arrested on suspicion of a protection order violation.
■ A deer reportedly was stuck in a fence Saturday in the 16800 block of Shavano Valley Road.
■ Trash reportedly was dumped Friday by the road at Davewood and Tres Coyotes trail. The offender was contacted to remove the trash.
■ A deputy was dispatched Friday on a report of people throwing trash from the barrow ditch into the road at 6450 and 6400 roads.
According to the Montrose Police Department:
■ Three teenage girls, ages 14 and 15, were ticketed Friday on suspicion of disorderly conduct for fighting with each other in the 600 block of South Selig Avenue.