Police Blotter, March 17, 2010
A manager opening for business at Dragon Wall, 2839 North Ave., reported Sunday that a window had been shattered. The window was valued at approximately $1,000.
Pet-door burglar thwarted
A woman in the 500 block of Coronado Court in Clifton reported Monday she chased off a would-be burglar Monday after she saw the suspect trying to enter the back door of her residence through a “doggie” door.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
Officers who responded to a burglar alarm Monday at Harvey’s Heating, 2846 Interstate 70 Business Loop, found a shattered glass door. A thief used a rock to break the glass and enter the business and stole less than $1,000 cash inside.
Brandon Wells, 20, address unavailable, was arrested Monday on suspicion stealing a wallet belonging to a man who had invited Wells into his home as a guest. Wells also is suspected of attempting to use one of the victim’s credit cards.
A motorcycle was stolen from a trailer parked Monday in the 2900 block of North Avenue. The loss was valued at $1,400.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
A man in the 400 block of Chiswick Way reported Monday that someone shot out lights and windows at a residence, using a BB gun. The damage was estimated to be less than $500.
Stolen Girl Scout cookies and damage to a CD player were reported Monday after a pair of vehicles parked in the 3200 block of Sunray Court in Clifton were broken into.
A man in the 1900 block of 10 Road reported Monday he found a bullet hole in his car, which was parked on his property. The man believed a stray round hit his car after being fired by nearby recreational shooters.