Blotter, May 13, 2010
No one hurt in house fire
No one was injured in a Wednesday morning fire at 593 29 1/2 Road.
Shortly after 4 a.m., the Grand Junction Fire Department was dispatched for an attic fire. The two people in the home at the time escaped safely, Fire Department spokesman Mike Page said.
The home is uninhabitable for an undetermined amount of time because of structural damage to the attic and smoke damage to the home’s contents, Page said.
Fraud alleged in arrest
Kimberly Stauffer, 45, 512 Foy Road in Gateway, was arrested Monday on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance by fraud, criminal impersonation and two Delta County warrants totaling $22,000.
Stauffer was arrested at the City Market, 2830 North Ave., after she allegedly tried to fraudulently obtain a Vicodin prescription, according to Stauffer’s arrest affidavit from the Grand Junction Police Department.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
William Charles Camenson, 19, and Daniel Thomas Westcott, 19, both residents of a Mesa State College dorm, were arrested Tuesday on suspicion of theft of between $1,000 and $20,000. They are accused of stealing four bean bags from Mesa State’s North Avenue Student Housing. All four bean bags were found in good shape at a home on North 20th Street.
A juvenile girl reported Tuesday she was sexually assaulted in the southeast part of Grand Junction about four years ago. The case is being investigated.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
More than $200 in property was stolen from a locked vehicle parked in the 200 block of Arlington Drive on Tuesday. In addition, yellow paint was thrown on the vehicle, causing more than $6,000 in damage.
Deputies responded to the area of Topaz Drive and Mae Street in Clifton on reports of a fight in the street Wednesday morning. It could not be determined who started the fight, so everyone involved was warned to stay away from each other.