Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Recent Arrest Wrap-Up: Arson, Meth & More

Arson, Drugs, Drunk Driving & More Top Recent Agency Arrests

Troy Schneiter, 47
MCSO PHOTO: Dec. 2015
Mesa County, Colo. -- Dealing drugs when a deputy is nearby landed Troy Schneiter, 47, of Idaho, in jail after the deputy heard two adult females ask Troy if he had any drugs "to spare." Then the deputy witnessed Troy hand over a bag of suspected marijuana in exchange for cash.

Personal sales of marijuana is prohibited in Colorado. The deputy also located more than 12 grams of packaged methamphetamine in Troy's possessions. He was booked into the Mesa County Detention Facility on one count each of possession of meth and distribution of marijuana.
Kimberly Reece, 40
MCSO PHOTO: Dec. 2015

Troy received a $5,000 PR bond and is scheduled to appear in court next, on December 10, at 8 a.m.

Saturday night just before midnight, deputies were called to a structure fire in the 2900 block of C 3/4 Road. Witnesses on scene described a woman pouring gasoline on a camper just before it was seen burning.

Kimberly Reece, 40, of Grand Junction was arrested and charged with first degree arson, possession of methamphetamine, criminal possession of identification documents and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Kimberly was released from jail on a $5,000 PR bond and is scheduled to appear in court next, on December 14, at 8 a.m.

Nancy Wilhelm, 51
MCSO PHOTO: Dec. 2015
A driver weaving, Friday night, was stopped in the 2800 block of North Avenue, Grand Junction. The driver, Nancy Wilhelm, 51, of Palisade, was ultimately arrested on charges associated with meth possession, possession of drug paraphernalia, displaying expired license plates and failure to drive in a single lane.
Patrick Salas, 33
MCSO PHOTO: Dec. 2015

Nancy received a $5,000 PR bond and is scheduled back in court on December 14, at 8 a.m. Also in the vehicle with Nancy was Cristina Lopez, 36, who was booked into jail on an outstanding warrant associated with drugs.

Driving drunk and providing a false name to a deputy upon a traffic stop, landed Patrick Salas, 33, of Grand Junction, with a round of new charges--two of which, are felonies. Patrick previously had his driver's license revoked for habitual traffic offenses. He was booked into the jail on multiple traffic violations, DUI, criminal impersonation and aggravated driving while being a revoked driver.

Patrick posted a $1,000 cash only bond.