Police Blotter, Oct. 12, 2009
Fire crews go to school
Crews from the Grand Junction Fire Department and the Clifton Fire Protection District went to Central High School on Sunday evening after a report of a small fire.
They determined that a surge protector in a second-floor science classroom was faulty. A small fire charred a wall.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
At 4:53 p.m. Oct. 3, in the 1900 block of Main Street, Kimberly Dawn Smith, 28, was arrested and released on a summons on suspicion of disorderly conduct.
At 3:45 p.m. on Thursday, at the Residence at Grand Mesa, an assisted living facility at 565 28 1/4 Road, it was reported that someone took narcotics from a locked medicine cabinet without the staff’s knowledge. The loss was valued at less than $500.
At 11:07 p.m. Friday, in the 400 block of Arrow Drive, it was reported to police that a thief went into an open garage and took off with a motorcycle valued at more than $1,000.
At 4:28 a.m. on Saturday, Larry Davis, 33, was arrested and released on a summons on suspicion of trespassing at the Greyhound Bus Lines station, 230 S. Fifth St.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
At 10 a.m. Saturday, a resident in the 400 block of 32 Road reported his car had been spray painted sometime overnight.
At 5:45 p.m. Saturday, deputies from the Mesa County Street Crimes Unit stopped a vehicle in the 2800 block of North Avenue. The driver, Joey B. Johnson, 20, was arrested on suspicion of giving a false name. He also was named in an outstanding warrant. Nicole Robinson, 21, a passenger in the vehicle, was also arrested on suspicion of giving false information.
At 11:39 p.m. Saturday, deputies responded to a domestic violence complaint in the 200 block of Red Cliffs Drive. A woman told deputies her fiance was intoxicated and she wanted him removed from the home. Deputies tried to talk with the man of the house, “but he was asleep in his room,” deputies said. The woman was advised the man could not be forced out of his own home.