Police blotter: June 6, 2010
Rood Avenue incidents
Dawnesia Lee Davis, 35, was arrested about 8 p.m. at 1726 Rood Ave. Friday on suspicion of assaulting a victim that caused pain and injury, being in possession of a controlled substance, trying to destroy evidence, damaging private property and being in violation of conditions of a bond from a prior unspecified felony charge.
She was booked into Mesa County Jail.
Nearly two hours later, Grand Junction police responded to a residence next door at 1726 1/2 Rood Ave., where someone removed items valued at more than $1,000.
Warrant sweep nets 41
The Grand Junction Police Department conducted its quarterly municipal warrant sweep Friday and arrested 23 people who were wanted on outstanding warrants for various offenses, which ranged from unpaid parking tickets to minor petty offenses, Sgt. William Baker said.
Police also arrested three people on warrants issued by outside agencies and took care of 15 other outstanding warrants, but those were handled without arresting anyone, Baker said.
He said the sweep is something the department does routinely to “clear the desk” of outstanding warrants Grand Junction residents have neglected to deal with.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
William Camenson and Daniel Westcott, both 19, addresses unavailable, were arrested last month on suspicion of theft of property from Mesa State College. The property was valued at more than $1,000.
Kelly Lemke, 46, was issued a summons Thursday at the intersection of Grand Avenue and 10th Street on suspicion of operating an uninsured vehicle, driving a vehicle while license revoked and displaying fictitious license plates.
Vandals caused damage to a storage shed Thursday in the central portion of the city. Damage was less than $1,000.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
A Clifton man was issued a summons Friday on suspicion of having expired license plates on his gold Cadillac. He told a deputy the plates came from an old pickup belonging to his wife. He also was ticketed for having no proof of insurance.