Police Blotter, May 11, 2010
Police week activities
Mesa County residents are encouraged to wear blue ribbons and shine blue lights on their homes and businesses during National Police Week, which runs through Friday. The week honors the 126 law enforcement officers across the nation who died in the line of duty in 2009.
Residents also are invited to participate in scheduled community activities.
Sheriff Stan Hilkey will lay a wreath at the gravesite of fallen deputy Edward Innes, killed in 1906, at 2 p.m. today at the Orchard Mesa Cemetery.
A proclamation will be read at 7 tonight at Fruita City Council chambers, 325 East Aspen St.
The Combined Honor Guard will present the colors, which will be followed by a proclamation at the Grand Junction City Council meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Grand Junction City Hall, 250 North Fifth St.
A law enforcement memorial vigil, featuring the Combined Honor Guard and a 21-gun salute, will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Grand Junction City Hall.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
Martin Carillo-Morales, 24, 623 Grand Ave., was arrested Sunday on suspicion of felony menacing, theft and criminal impersonation.
A thief entered an unlocked room at 1200 Houston Ave. on Sunday and removed property valued at less than $100.
A thief took items valued at more than $1,000 from an unlocked vehicle parked Sunday in the 600 block of West Orchard Avenue.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
A vandal egged a vehicle Sunday in the 500 block of Tiara Drive.
A child’s bicycle was stolen over the weekend from the 600 block of Cottage Meadows Court.