Blotter, April 1, 2011
Dive search suspended
A search of the Colorado River by FBI divers ended Thursday night as it started on Monday: with little official comment.
Grand Junction Police Cmdr. Mike Nordine said the seven Washington, D.C.-based divers are scheduled to fly out of Grand Junction this morning.
With divers still in the water at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nordine declined comment when asked if they had found what they were looking for.
Violent predator moves
Grand Junction police announced Thursday that a sexually violent predator has moved to a new address. Carl Vincent Avery, 46, moved to 352 Pitkin Ave., No. 2.
Avery has been convicted of sexual assault on a child and sexual assault in Mesa County and attempted sexual assault in Garfield County. He was released from the Colorado Department of Corrections and discharged from parole Jan. 11.
State law allows law enforcement to notify the public when a sexually violent predator is released or changes addresses.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
Carmen Marie Guizar, 54, 1950 Barcelona Way, Unit C101, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of second-degree assault, third-degree assault and harassment after she allegedly assaulted another person with a weapon in the 1500 block of U.S. Highway 50.
Leslie L. Lind, 31, address unavailable, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of stealing items from a business at 333 N. First St. Police also discovered a warrant for his arrest.
Police received a report Wednesday of items stolen from the 400 block of Gunnison Avenue. They were valued at more than $1,000.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
Deputies received a report Wednesday that a 1994 Jeep Cherokee was stolen sometime in the past two weeks from the 3200 block of White Avenue.
Deputies received a report Wednesday that items valued at $140 were missing from a home in the 2900 block of North Avenue.
Deputies received a report Wednesday that several motorcyclists were driving aggressively and recklessly along 29 Road between F 1/2 Road and the desert. The reporting party requested extra patrol.
Deputies received a report Wednesday of a burned vehicle off 27 Road in the desert north of Grand Junction.
According to the Garfield County Sheriff’s Department:
Deputies are investigating whether a crime occurred in conjunction with a resident’s reported loss of his financial investment. The resident, who lives on County Road 331, reported Wednesday that he lost $1.1 million.