Blotter, April 2, 2011

Student cited in disturbance

Vada M. Franks, 18, address unavailable, was issued a summons by the Delta Police Department on Wednesday on suspicion of interference with staff, faculty or students at an education facility and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police spokeswoman Jamie Head said Franks was cited after allegedly throwing a temper tantrum and using profanities at Greater Opportunity School, an alternative high school.

According to the Grand Junction Police Department:

Vince Pacheco, 18, address unavailable, was arrested Thursday at 424 Gunnison Ave. on suspicion of having drug paraphernalia and an illegal weapon.

Police received a report that someone illegally used another person’s account to purchase out-of-state items for less than $500.

Shawn Biggins, 45, address unavailable, was issued a summons Wednesday on suspicion of indecent exposure in the 2800 block of Hall Avenue.

A man reported Thursday that someone broke into his home in the 2200 block of Broadway Ave. and removed property valued at $500.

According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:

David Locke, 21, 424 29 1/2 Road, was arrested Thursday at 32 and F roads on suspicion of having a schedule II controlled substance, violating a restraining order and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Someone threw rocks at a fence Thursday at 553 Maxwell Drive, causing $50 worth of damage.

Deputies received a report Thursday that someone used a business account to make fraudulent charges in 2009 to an unknown Internet site.

Deputies received a report Thursday of a computer and bag that were left on a Grand Valley Transit bus but later were removed by an unknown person. Video surveillance from the bus was requested by deputies.


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