Four Cases Crime Stoppers of Mesa County Is Trying To Solve This Month
As the month of March winds down, here's a look at some local cases Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is trying to solve.
In some of these cases, the crimes didn't happen recently, but the investigations are now taking a public turn as authorities reach out for help in trying to identify the people involved. It doesn't hurt to ask.
Stolen Items Concealed In Wheelchair
On November 13, Crime Stoppers says an elderly white male in a wheelchair refused to stop for "asset protection" upon leaving the Rimrock Walmart. A white female had reportedly concealed merchandise inside the wheelchair.
The two people were seen driving away in a gray Chevy Tahoe. Crime Stoppers is trying to identify these two individuals. Do you know who they are?
Indecent Exposure During Pizza Pick Up
On March 2, two female teenagers were inside Dominos Pizza on North Avenue when they noticed a man fondling himself outside his pants while watching them. It's apparently the second reported incident involving this man. He's described as a white male, over 40 years old, and close to six feet tall. I've got to believe everyone involved would prefer this man starts getting pizza from his own home freezer.
Stolen Newspaper Vending Box
On December 14, a male suspect stole a newspaper vending box from a business in the 2400 block of Patterson - and caused about $600 in property damage. the individual then reportedly caused $2,600 damage at another business in the 600 block of 24 1/2 Road. Who is this guy? And did he simply not have 50 cents for a newspaper?
Active Felony Arrest Warrants, Considered Dangerous
Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is hoping to locate a suspect wanted on multiple felony arrest warrants. The subject is 37-year-old Tyson Lawrence Dickens. He's wanted for attempted 2nd-degree burglary, reckless endangerment, and careless driving resulting in injury. Authorities say Dickens is considered dangerous and should not be contacted or harbored.
Do You Know Anything About These Crimes?
If you know anything about these crimes of the people involved, their identity or location, contact Crime Stoppers of Mesa County at 970-241‐7867 or submit a tip anonymously on the P3Tips mobile app.
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