Police Blotter, Jan. 6, 2010
A former Rifle High School wrestler accused of committing a sex crime in Denver the same weekend he won a state championship last year was sentenced Monday to three years of probation. James Conrardy, who now wrestles for Mesa State College, must register as a sex offender, undergo intensive supervision and have no contact with anyone under 18.
Conrardy originally had been charged with a felony count of sexual contact without consent in connection with the Feb. 22 incident, which involved a 15-year-old girl. He pleaded guilty in September to a misdemeanor count of third-degree assault, a Denver District Court clerk said.
Delta break-in tips sought
Delta police are looking for information about a burglary at a business last week, which resulted in thousands of dollars in damage and hundreds of dollars of merchandise being stolen.
Officers responded to an alarm at Rent-A-Center, 25 Stafford Lane, at 2:16 a.m. Friday and found the front glass door smashed and the business vandalized. Someone stole more than $500 in electronic equipment and caused more than $11,000 in property and equipment damage.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers of Delta County at 970-874-8810 or Delta police at 970-874-7676.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
Kane Lee Klassen, 26, 560 28 3/4 Road, No. 5, was arrested Monday on suspicion of theft of less than $500 and unlawful possession of a financial transaction device.
Someone caused more than $1,000 damage to a vehicle in the 800 block of Teller Avenue on Monday.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
Deputies responded to the 600 block of 31 1/2 Road on Monday after receiving a report that three teenagers were spray-painting graffiti on fences in the area. Deputies found a portion of a fence with the numbers “970” spray painted on it.