Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Seat Belt Enforcement Patrol Lands Meth Arrest

12 Grams Of Meth Off The Streets

Mesa County, Colo. -- A deputy participating in a state-wide seat belt enforcement endeavor conducted a traffic stop in the area of 32 1/8 and D 3/4 Roads, Clifton, yesterday afternoon. The driver, Bryan Taylor, 40, of Grand Junction, was confirmed to be revoked from driving through 2019, based on habitual traffic offenses.

Bryan Taylor, 40, of Grand Jct.
Ultimately, deputies located more than 12 grams of suspected methamphetamine, a digital scale, hypodermic needles, multiple glass smoking pipes and more. Bryan was arrested and booked into the Mesa County Detention Facility on multiple traffic infractions, possession of a schedule I/II drug, driving with a revoked license and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Bryan was previously arrested on April 10, by Colorado State Patrol, and booked into the Mesa County Detention Facility on multiple charges including child abuse without injury--two counts, meth possession, DUI and more. In January 2014, Bryan was booked into our County Jail on a contempt of court warrant; In August 2013, Bryan was arrested by deputies for domestic violence related charges and first degree trespassing; And, in June 2013, Bryan was booked into the jail by Grand Junction Police Department officers for habitual traffic offenses, meth possession and drug paraphernalia.

Bryan bonded out of jail this afternoon after posting a $5,000.00, cash or surety bond. He previously bonded out of jail on April 11, 2014, after posting a $10,000.00, cash or surety bond. For additional bond information on any inmate in our facility, visit our Inmate Inquiry System webpage. Also, follow us on Twitter @SheriffMesaColo for details about emergency situations across #MesaCounty using #GVCopBeat.