Police Blotter, May 17, 2010
Dirt bike rider injured
A man injured his left ankle Saturday after he wrecked his motorcycle in the Rabbit Valley Area near Mack.
Mesa County Search and Rescue and the Lower Valley Fire Protestion District were dispatched to the scene around 4:50 p.m. Emergency personnel found the man and took him from the area, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department.
The man was wearing a helmet. His dirt bike was not damaged.
No ketchup angers man
A disgrunted McDonald’s customer on Saturday threatened “to cause a scene” over a packet of ketchup, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department.
When the man ordered ketchup with his biscuit and did not get the ketchup packet, he called McDonald’s management at the 3219 Interstate 70 Business Loop store and said authorities should be called because he would arrive at 2:30 p.m. to “cause a scene.”
When the man arrived, he was issued a no-trespass order for all Mesa County McDonald’s restuarants, the Sheriff’s Department said.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
Ryan James Loper, 26, Trails End Court, No. 4, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of second-degree assault causing serious bodily injury after a fight at Whitman Park. Someone hurt in the fight called authorities several hours later and was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital with several facial injuries. Loper was then arrested.
Brianna Rachel Trump, 27, 1862 J Road, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of unlawful use of a controlled substance.
A thief entered a person’s room in the 1200 block of Houston Avenue on Friday and stole property valued at more than $1,200.
Someone reported that he was assaulted with an unknown object in the area of Fourth and Main streets Sunday.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
A woman reported an alpaca silhoutte statue valued at $250 was stolen from the 900 block of 23 Road between 2 and 3 p.m. Saturday. The black statue was described as 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide.
Gunshots were reported in the area of 31 and D roads Saturday night. Deputies said several people at a home in the area were shooting a handgun into a wood pile for target practice. An empty field was behind the target. The people were told to stop shooting for the evening.