Blotter: October 28, 2008
Pizza theft alleged
• Mesa County sheriff’s deputies responded to a pizza theft in the 400 block of 32 Road in Clifton on Sunday.
A person delivering pizza told deputies that someone had ordered a pizza and requested it to be delivered to the address. Upon arrival, the suspect grabbed the pizza and locked himself in his house, refusing to pay, according to the report. The cost of the pizza is $16. The case is still under investigation.
Visitor center burglarized
• The Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Center building at 740 Horizon Drive was broken into during the weekend, causing damages of more than $10,000. Items valued at less than $500 were taken, according to Grand Junction Police Department reports. The investigation is ongoing.
“They broke two windows,” said Barb Bowman, division manager at the center. “We know that a JUCO baseball was taken. We really didn’t have anything else taken.”
The incident occurred sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
• A victim was assauled with a deadly weapon in the 200 block of Pitkin Avenue, causing pain and injury.
• A burglar broke into a home at 1140 Walnut Ave. and took items valued at more than $1,000.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
• A thief stole a bicycle from the side of a home in the 400 block of Mountainside Lane. The item is valued at $65.
• Deputies responded to a report of a man who was assaulted in the 400 block of Topaz Drive in Clifton. The man reported he was attacked from behind by men he didn’t know while attending a barbecue at the home.
• Brianna Rachel Trump, 25, 1925 David St., was arrested on suspicion of drug possession.