Blotter, Sept. 17, 2017
Park Service looking for trail head theft suspects
The National Park Service is seeking the public’s help to identify and locate suspects involved in alleged criminal activity on Colorado National Monument.
On Monday, Aug. 7, someone entered a vehicle parked at the Lower Liberty Cap trail head at the monument. Credit cards taken from the victim’s wallet were used by two female suspects at the North Avenue Walmart and Safeway at Patterson and 29 Road. The women were last seen in a 2016 or 2017 gray Toyota RAV4 XLE.
Anyone with information about the people involved in this crime is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 241-7867. Information leading to an arrest can earn anonymous tipsters up to a $1,000 cash reward.
Police seek public’s help with vehicular assault
Investigators are looking for the public’s help concerning a vehicular assault that occurred at 422 32 Road early Saturday. Investigators are looking for a silver Jeep Grand Cherokee with North Carolina temporary license plate TJ46689. The vehicle may have driver’s side damage.
Investigators also want to speak with David Arellano Jr. and Cheyenne Dean.
If you have any information regarding the vehicle, Arellano or Dean, you are asked to contact the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office at 242-6707 or Crime Stoppers at 241-7867.
The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office had not posted a jail activity report or daily resume as of press time on Friday.