Blotter, Nov. 14, 2009
Info on criminals available
Crime victims and interested citizens can receive information about offenders serving time in jail or at prisons throughout the state through the telephone or online tool called VINE, Victim Information and Notification Everyday.
The system which has been available in Mesa County since the summer of 2008, allows citizens to track offenders for free and confidentially, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Citizens can determine whether an offender is in jail or prison and when an offender will be released.
Users can call 1-888-263-8463 or visit http://www.vinelink.com to access the service.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
Timothy Weston Kimble, 18, Springfield, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of first-degree trespassing, false imprisonment, harassment and a parole violation.
Glynn Isaac Ansbro, 21, 640 South Ave., Community Corrections, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of robbery and vehicular eluding.
Nathan Ryan Kurtz, 33, 1111 20 Road, Fruita, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of two counts of harassment and criminal mischief.
Property valued at $35 was taken Thursday from an unlocked vehicle parked in the 400 block of Lark Drive.
Eight dollars in cash and a pack of cigarettes were taken Thursday from a purse in a vehicle that was parked in the 400 block of Morning Dove Drive.
Deputies responded to a fight Thursday at Grand Mesa Youth Detention Center. Deputies determined that one man had entered another man’s room and attempted to assault him. The alleged subject was taken to Mesa County Jail.
A stereo loudspeaker and amplifier valued at $180 were taken Thursday from a vehicle in the 3000 block of Canyonlands Drive,
Items valued at $4,100 were taken Thursday from an unlocked shed in the 3300 block of E 1/4 Road.