Blotter: Sept. 27, 2009
Clifton vehicles keyed
• The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said a pair of vehicles in the 3200 blocks of White Avenue and Chipeta Avenue in Clifton were reported Friday morning by the owners as being scratched with a key sometime overnight.
Possible suspect information was provided and combined damage was around $400.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
• Terry Phillips, 20, and Regan Phillips, 21, addresses unknown, were issued summonses on suspicion of third-degree assault early Friday in the area of North 17th Street and Grand Avenue.
• A thief stole a coin box and its contents Friday from a coin-operated car wash in the 400 block of Monument Road. The loss was estimated to be less than $500.
• Michael Lamenca, 44, 531 Lawrence Ave., was arrested Friday on suspicion of criminal impersonation after officers were called to a report of a fight. Lamenca allegedly provided false identification when contacted by officers.
• A burglary was reported Monday at a home in the 1700 block of Maple Street. Less than $1,000 in damage was done to the property and less than $1,000 in property was stolen.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
• A laptop computer was reported stolen Friday from a woman’s room in the 3000 block of Meadowvale Way. The laptop was worth slightly less than $900.
• A Fruita woman reported Friday that somebody has been calling her home and making threats toward her family. Deputies told her to call the telephone company and ask them to block the number.
• Deputies working undercover Friday in the area of McCune Street and Elm Avenue in Fruita issued tickets to four men, three for suspected underage possession of alcohol and a fourth suspected of buying alcohol for a minor. The men were not identified.