Police Blotter, Feb. 14, 2010
Woman tries to enter home
A man reported to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department on Friday that a woman he didn’t know tried to enter his home in the 600 block of 30 Road after she had gathered several items out of his garage.
When confronted, the woman asked about a man whom the reporting party didn’t know. She returned his property and left, the Sheriff’s Department said.
Sisterly assault alleged
Jacqueline Shields, 35, 320 Rosevale Road, was arrested early Saturday on suspicion of misdemeanor third-degree assault and harassment of her sister who was struck in the nose with a television remote control and spat upon, according to an arrest affidavit.
Deputies had been called to the home earlier Friday evening on a reported disturbance.
After her arrest, Shields, who was intoxicated, shared with deputies her belief that Grand Junction law enforcement does a “poor” job, the affidavit said.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
Kristy Lee, 28, Michael Balentine, 45, Robert Wilson, 30, and Cari Tindell, 49, all with addresses unavailable, were arrested early Saturday morning on suspicion of burglary, among other charges, after the four allegedly attempted to steal property outside Pyramid Corp., 2375 Leland Ave.
Nancy Wilhelm, 45, and Joshua Green, 23, addresses unavailable, were arrested Wednesday night in the 2200 block of Grand Avenue on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine and special-offender charges.
Traffic signs were reported stolen Thursday from a road construction area at 26 1/2 and F 1/2 roads. The signs were valued at more than $1,000.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
A man was issued a summons Friday on suspicion of keeping a disorderly home in the 3200 block of Rood Avenue in Clifton.
A deputy reported yelling and screaming from the home as he arrived there, which was after a neighbor lodged a complaint.