Blotter, March 10, 2010

Summons in fatal dog attack

Trisha K. Vincent, 36, 989 Red Bud Court in Fruita, was issued a summons on suspicion of several crimes after her dog, a Labrador retriever-pit bull mix, allegedly mauled and killed a Chihuahua on Monday, according to Fruita Police Chief Mark Angelo.

Fruita officers were called around 6:15 p.m. on a report of a fatal dog attack. They arrived at 1025 E. McCune Ave. to find a dead Chihuahua in the front yard of the home. Officers were able to track the dog back to the Red Bud Court home, where Vincent was cited and her dog handed over to the custody of Mesa County Animal Services, Angelo said.

Thefts from cars in Redlands

Two unlocked vehicles were burglarized Monday while parked near two homes in the 400 block of Gummere Road in the Redlands. The combined value of the missing items was estimated around $1,000.

According to the Grand Junction Police Department:

A woman reported Monday that someone tried to break into her apartment in the 1200 block of Bunting Avenue, damaging a window screen in the process.

Natosha Mayer, 20, address unavailable, was issued a summons early Tuesday on suspicion of disturbing the peace after she allegedly tried to kick the window on a police patrol vehicle in the area of Orchard Avenue and North 24th Street. Jeremy Fisher, 20, Jesse Bucher, 19, Broc Riddle, 18, and Brandon Riddle, 20, were cited in the same incident.

Karina Page, 24, address unavailable, was issued a summons Monday on suspicion of stealing merchandise from a business at 2830 North Ave.

According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:

Deputies on Monday were called to a report of an assault involving a patient in a group home in the 3200 block of E 1/2 Road. The alleged assault happened as two individuals were leaving the building after a fire alarm had been activated.

A man in the 400 block of 45 Road reported on Monday that unknown people were around his property and may have entered his home. The area was checked, and nothing was found. Deputies wrote in a report the man “was suspected of using illegal drugs.”

Dustin Jackson, 20, address unavailable, was issued a summons Monday on suspicion of driving with a revoked driver’s license and displaying false license plates, following a traffic stop in the area of Jean Lane and 29 Road.


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