Police Blotter, Oct. 20, 2009
Delta police get new rides
The Delta Police Department has introduced three newly designed patrol cars.
Each black-and-white vehicle features innovative lighting systems and other new technology. A news release from the Police Department says citizens are encouraged to ask officers about their new vehicles.
Grocery carts damaged
Grand Junction police officers arrested Amber Moon, 22, on Sunday on suspicion of intentionally damaging property at City Market, 2830 North Ave.
An arrest affidavit says Moon ran a white Ford truck into a group of shopping carts behind the building. Moon left the scene after hitting the carts. Each damaged cart was valued at $300 to $400, according to a store employee interviewed by officers.
Moon was booked into Mesa County Jail on suspicion of criminal mischief and careless driving.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
Jewelry valued at more than $10,000 was taken from 441 Mediterranean Way on Saturday. It is unknown who removed the items.
An investigation is ongoing regarding more than one person attempting to obtain narcotics by fraud and deceit Saturday from a pharmacy at 2809 North Ave.
A door was damaged Sunday when a burglar tried to enter the Veterans of Foreign Wars building at 1404 Ute Ave.
A thief stole a vehicle Sunday from a parking lot at Ariel Clinical Services, 2938 North Ave.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
A man reported he found a note taped to a community mailbox Sunday that said the man was a sex offender and listed charges of which he’d been convicted. Deputies told the man charges could not be filed because he is a sex offender, which is public information, and the note was posted in a public place.
A man received a summons on suspicion of prohibited use of a weapon Sunday at 2973 C 3/4 Road.