Police Blotter, Nov. 17, 2009

3-vehicle wreck injures 2

Two people were injured and taken to St. Mary’s Hospital after an accident around 8:45 p.m. Monday at E and 30 roads.

Three vehicles were involved in the crash. A driver and a passenger complaining of spine pain were taken to the hospital by ambulance.

Meth chemicals spilled

Grand Junction Police are investigating damage to a car caused by chemicals commonly used in producing methamphetamine. Someone spilled the chemicals in another person’s car, causing more than $1,000 worth of damage. The incident happened Saturday in the 2800 block of Texas Avenue.

24 fail liquor-sale checks

Grand Junction police, Mesa County sheriff’s deputies and Colorado State Liquor Enforcement Agency officers conducted 186 alcohol sale compliance checks in the Grand Valley this past weekend. Twenty-four establishments failed to require identification or sold alcohol to a person younger than 21.

The 24 businesses are: Albertson’s Food Center, Center Town Liquors, Chuck E Cheese, Coronado Liquor Mart, Crown Liquors, Dolce Vita, Eagles Fraternal Order, Garfield’s Off Broadway, Genghis Grill, Il Bistro Italiano, In the Middle Liquors, Kuniko’s Teriyaki Grill, La Bamba Mexican Restaurant, Last Chance Liquors, New Dragon Wall, Palisade Cafe & Grill, Peachwood Liquor, Pizza Hut, Qdoba, Stoney Mesa Winery, Suehiro Japanese Restaurant, Teller Arms Liquors, Tequila’s Mexican Restaurant and Zen Garden.

According to the Grand Junction Police Department:

Alioune Fall, 21, was arrested on suspicion of possession or distribution of marijuana and cocaine, and possession of a handgun.

Tiffany Wilson, 21, was arreasted and jailed Sunday on suspicion of causing property damage and physically harassing a person in the 1000 block of Ouray Avenue.

Police are investigating sexual abuse reported Sunday.

A thief used a person’s Social Security number in Florida and Michigan, it was reported Tuesday.

According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:

A woman told deputies Sunday she was missing $20 worth of prescription Xanax pills. She wanted the incident documented.

A woman reported her license plates missing Sunday.


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