Blotter, Aug. 10, 2010
Fruita trailer burns
The Lower Valley Fire Protection District is investigating the cause of a fire that occurred around 1 a.m. Monday in Fruita.
Firefighters responded to a trailer on fire at 242 Redcliff Drive and found a camp trailer fully involved behind a residence, according to a news release from the Lower Valley Fire Protection District. The fire was extinguished before damage could be done to surrounding homes.
Drunken driving alleged
Shane Seegmiller, 20, of Rangely, was arrested Saturday night after allegedly urinating on a building and later crashing his vehicle in the parking lot of Fantasy, 2258 Colex Drive, according to Grand Junction police Sgt. William Baker.
Baker said Seegmiller failed roadside sobriety maneuvers and was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, driving while suspended, indecent exposure, being a minor in possession of alcohol, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and careless driving.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
Dawn Lobato, 21, was issued a summons for suspected harassment and attempted third-degree assault Friday at Hooters, 2880 North Ave., after she allegedly pushed one person, struck another and attempted to hit a person with an object.
A man is suspected of sexually assaulting more than one person in Grand Junction about 10 years ago, it was reported Thursday.
Someone took two bicycles Sunday from a fenced yard at 1025 Gunnison Ave.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
Someone took a camera and equipment worth $1,500 from an unlocked vehicle Sunday at 612 Irwin St.
Deputies were called Sunday to 670 34 1/4 Road in Clifton to investigate a report of a restraining order violation. A woman said her neighbor was burning branches in an attempt to harass her. Deputies did not find evidence to support the claims.