Thursday, October 24, 2013

Drug Task Force & Street Crimes Find Drugs, Money, Fugitives

#GVCopBeat Includes Multiple Interstate Busts And Street Crimes Book Fugitives

Aaron Grover, 33, of Calif.
Mesa County, Colo. -- On Wednesday, an interstate interdiction deputy, with the Western Colorado Drug Task Force made two separate vehicle traffic stops on Interstate 70, near the Utah border. 

The first traffic stop was just after 1 a.m., on October 23, near the Loma exit. In that vehicle, Aaron Grover, 33, of California, was booked into the Mesa County Detention Facility for possession of approximately 4 pounds of marijuana. That amount of marijuana has an approximate street value of $10, 000.00. Grover has posted bond and is no longer in our jail facility.

The second interstate traffic stop was near the Mack exit, around 10 p.m. Andy Dimnych, 19, of Illinois, was found to have a large amount of cash in his possession, along with  other indicators of drug dealing. Andy was charged with money laundering-criminal intent and a driving infraction. He currently is being held in the Mesa County Detention Facility, and no booking photo is available at this time.
Kim Edwards, 36, of Grand Jct.
Raymond Ayers, 41, of Grand Jct.
The Mesa County Street Crimes Unit booked suspects in two separate incidents they handled in their overnight shift. Community Correction inmate Raymond Ayers was reported to be wanted by Community Corrections, who had notified local law enforcement to be on the lookout for him. SCU deputies located him driving his vehicle near 12th Street and Orchard Avenue about 5 p.m. on October 23. Deputies made contact with the occupants of the vehicle and confirmed Raymond Ayers was the driver and his passenger Kim Edwards, 36, of Grand Junction, was found to be in possession of methamphetamine. Raymond was booked into the Mesa County Detention Facility on his Community Correction warrant(s) and Kim was booked on a single count of meth possession and bail bond condition violation. 
Randi Sanchez, 32, of Grand Jct.
Adolph Nuncio, 29, of Grand Jct.
Randi Sanchez, 32, and Adolph Nuncio, 29, both of Grand Junction, were located in the area of 21st Street and Walnut Avenue, by deputy with the Mesa County Street Crimes Unit about 10:30 p.m., on October 23. Adolph was wanted by Parole for violation of his parole conditions and Randi gave false names to deputies when first contacted. Adolph was booked into the Mesa County Detention Facility on the Parole violation(s) and Randi was booked into jail on a Failure to Appear in Court warrant for case 13CR1239 and a new felony charge of Criminal Impersonation.