Blotter, Oct. 22, 2010
Train near-miss in Clifton
Deputies were called in the predawn hours Wednesday to the railroad tracks near 33 Road after Union Pacific officials reported a man refused to leave the tracks, in the path of an oncoming train, until the train was less than roughly 100 yards away. Nobody was found in the area.
Disabled man victimized
Terry E. Godo, 53, 3115 Castle Court, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of misdemeanor theft and felony theft from an at-risk adult after he allegedly stole a wallet from a man in a wheelchair at City Market, 569 32 Road, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department.
Godo allegedly was identified by an employee and admitted to the theft, saying he needed the money, according to an arrest affidavit.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
A unknown person Wednesday reportedly phoned in a false threat involving explosives in the 200 block of Main Street.
Jordan Corcovelos, 24, address unavailable, was issued a summons Wednesday on suspicion of disturbing the peace in the 600 block of Monarch Way.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
David W. Rhode, 48, 551 E. View Drive, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of criminal impersonation, in addition to being a fugitive from another state.
A man in the 500 block of Darby Drive reported that a thief had used his identity to open telephone and power accounts in Florida, racking up nearly $100 in charges.
A man reported Wednesday that items valued around $200 were stolen from his vehicle in the 2900 block of Orchard Avenue.