Blotter, Sept. 6, 2017

Drugs, stolen guns alleged

A woman whose home was raided in April, allegedly turning up numerous stolen firearms and illegal drugs, was advised on high-level drugs and weapons charges on Tuesday.

Ruth Dry, 22, was one of several occupants of the home at 370 Rosevale Road, where members of the drug task force allegedly found 18 firearms, some stolen, including an AK-47 rifle. Officers also found about a quarter-ounce of black tar heroin.

According to an arrest affidavit, Dry denied having access to the weapons or drugs, but recorded jail calls with her co-defendants seemed to contradict her previous statements to police.

Dry was issued a $5,000 cash-only bond on Tuesday.

 

According to the Grand Junction Police Department:

■ Kenneth Garcia, 49, was accused of drug possession and other offenses Aug. 30.

■ Adam Clark, 45, was accused of multiple charges of first-degree criminal trespass Thursday.

■  Drake LaFond, 24, was accused of menacing Friday.

■  Someone stole a vehicle in the 500 block of Glen Road on Thursday.

■ Someone stole property worth less than $750 from a vehicle in the 2600 block of Shavano Street on Aug. 30.

■ Austin Engh, 18, was accused of assault and harassment on Friday.

■ Christopher Rice, 29, was cited on suspicion of driving under the influence and careless driving Friday.

■ Tina Laduke, 50, was accused of drug possession and other offenses Saturday.

■ Morgan Dumas, 21, was accused of assault and domestic violence Saturday.

According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office:

■ Justin Napper, 35, was accused of burglary and harassment Aug. 29.

■ Linda Newell, 53, was accused of harassment Aug. 29.

■ Matthew Waters, 22, was accused of drug-related charges Thursday.

■ Crystal Ferguson, 40, was accused of driving under the influence, child abuse and traffic offenses Thursday.

■ Michael Arbuckle and Kelly Mayfield were each accused of child abuse Friday.

■ Cassandra Britton, 33, and Obri Orozco, 24, were each accused of forged instrument possession Saturday.

■  Ronald Bell, 53, was cited on suspicion of theft, resisting arrest and obstructing an officer Saturday.

■ Danielle Packard, 24, was accused of assault, obstruction of telephone service and domestic violence Sunday.

■ Vincent Mullally, 36, was accused of assault and domestic violence Monday.

 

According to the Delta Police Department:

■ Tyler S. Banks, 24, was cited on suspicion of shoplifting Aug. 28.

■ Scott C. Holden, 47, was accused of driving under the influence Aug. 28.

■ Kenneth T. Stanley, 25, was accused of drug possession and other offenses Aug. 29.

■ Dustin A. Alt, 24, was cited on suspicion of shoplifting Aug. 29.

■ Christie L. Waltman, 35, was cited on suspicion of shoplifting Aug. 30.

 

According to the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office:

■ Charles Garcia, 54, was accused of drug possession Friday

■ Ivan Zavala-Moreno, 26, was accused of driving under the influence, child abuse and other offenses Sunday.

■ Azalia Gardsani, 34, was accused of driving under the influence and other offenses Sunday.

■ Adriana Varela Munoz, 21, was accused of harassment and domestic violence Sunday.

 

According to the Montrose County Sheriff’s Office:

■ Crystal L. Robertson, 29, was accused of driving under the influence, child abuse and other offenses Saturday.

■ Mark A. Sturdevant, 33, was accused of driving under the influence and other offenses Sunday.

■ Robert G. Dunski, 38, was accused of driving under the influence Sunday.

■ Shane D. Songer, 39, was accused of reckless endangerment, resisting arrest, weapon possession by a previous offender and other offenses Monday.

■ Teofolo Delacruz, 20, was accused of driving under the influence, drug possession and other offenses Monday.


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