Blotter, Oct. 10, 2010
Teen jailed after ruckus
A Wyoming man was arrested Friday night after he allegedly got rowdy when contacted by police.
Christopher Charles Nelson, 18, of Cheyenne, Wyo., was arrested after police responded to a disturbance in the 1100 block of Texas Avenue.
After officers arrived, Nelson allegedly obstructed and assaulted an officer. He also is accused of consuming alcohol and fighting with others at the location. He was booked into the Mesa County Jail.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
Natosha Ellen Mayer, 20, 1400 Mesa Ave., was arrested early Friday morning after allegedly assaulting a man she knew with a deadly weapon.
She also is accused of tampering with and damaging property.
Virgin Lee Sterry, 60, 3231 E 1/2 Road, was arrested Friday morning and accused of two counts of theft and one count of criminal mischief.
Someone tried to pry the grate off a display on the 2700 block of U.S. Highway 50 South Friday but didn’t get into the display. Damage to the grate is valued at less than $100.
Chance Lynn Clark, 18, of Grand Junction, was arrested Friday afternoon and accused of burglary and theft of items valued between $1,000 and $20,000.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
Deputies responded to the 2000 block of Surrey Court Friday morning on a complaint of harassment. The reporting party claimed a neighbor was harassing him over irrigation water rights and wanted the incident documented. No action was taken.
A Nevada man told deputies that early Saturday morning, while driving on Interstate 70, eggs were thrown at his vehicle from the overpass of the I-70 Clifton exit. According to the report, the man couldn’t tell if his vehicle was damaged, but wanted the incident documented for insurance purposes.