Police blotter: June 12, 2010
Mutual threats, vandalism
Four Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputies responded to a report Thursday that two men were threatening each other and vandalizing property.
An investigation determined the threats were mutual and the damage intentional between suspect and victim, 26-year-old Brandon Kempton, address unknown, and Steven Winn of 2983 D Road, where the incident occurred.
Kempton was issued a summons on suspicion of criminal mischief, vandalizing property that has a value of less than $500.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
A 14-year-old was arrested June 4 on suspicion of shoplifting at Mesa Mall, 2424 U.S. Highway 6&50.
Two juvenile females, both of Grand Junction, were issued summonses Tuesday on suspicion of shoplifting at a business at Mesa Mall.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
Cory Allen Winkel, 28, 274 E. Hanover Circle in Grand Junction, was arrested Friday on suspicion of theft of an auto worth more than $20,000, driving under the influence of alcohol, aggravated driving after his license had been revoked, reckless driving, parking on a road and two counts of contempt of court.
A Grand Junction resident in the 200 block of 31 3/10 Road reported that her neighbor had flooded her property Thursday. Acting on the advice of the manager of the irrigation company in her area, the woman turned off the water and left a note saying why.
A Grand Junction woman reported Thursday that a neighbor in the 3100 block of B Road shot her horses with a BB gun. The neighbor denied the charge, and the case was closed for lack of evidence.
Raymundo A. Esparza-Gurrero, 24, was issued a summons Thursday on suspicion of displaying fictitious license plates, being a habitual traffic offender and not having proof of insurance.