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Birgfeld’s Dad Wants Daughters Case Given To Colorado Bureau of Investigation

Jan 29th @ 10:07 am

This story comes from KKCO TV-11 The father of Paige Birgfeld, whose murder remains unsolved, is renewing his request to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office to give up the case and turn it over to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.  Frank Birgfeld is asking the sheriff’s office to hand over all evidence to CBI. [...]

Crime Stoppers

Jan 17th @ 7:02 am

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office needs the public’s help in locating the individual responsible for shooting a horse.  Sometime between Thursday December 27th, and Friday December 28th, 2012 an unknown person shot and killed a tan Quarter horse stallion at 5910 Elk Ranch Road, in Glade Park. It appeared the horse was shot from a [...]

Pain Killers Make CO 2nd Highest in USA

Jan 10th @ 7:22 am

This story from They can be some of the most highly addictive drugs on the market and some of the most dangerous, and you don’t even have to look past your medicine cabinet to find them. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, pain pills are now a big problem in [...]

Search and Rescue Wants New Members

Nov 30th @ 11:19 am

The Mesa County Search and Rescue Ground Team is currently accepting applications for new members. All prospective members must first complete an application. Applications can be picked up at the front counter of the Sheriff’s Office, located at 215 Rice Street, Grand Junction or online at the Sheriff’s Office website. Please note, anyone interested in [...]

Free Internet Safety Class Tuesday Night

Nov 26th @ 4:43 pm

Tomorrow night, Mesa County Sheriff’s Office and Crime Stoppers of Mesa County are offering a free class for parents and teens, on the subject of internet safety. This monthly series of free classes have been offered since August 2012 and continues to be successful. Community Outreach Deputy Chad Williams of the Sheriff’s Office is teaching [...]

Mesa Co. Sheriff’s Office Find Body With No Identity

Oct 23rd @ 7:19 am

The Mesa County Sheriff’s office has a body on their hands with no name and are asking the public for help.  Yesterday morning a deceased male was discovered in a wooded area near B ½  and 29 ¾ Roads.  They say the body appears to be that of a young Hispanic about 5’5”, 180 lbs, [...]

Mesa County Sheriff’s Office Seizes 60 Head of Cattle From Owner

Apr 6th @ 5:46 pm

More than 60 head of cattle in Mesa County have been seized by authorities and the owner may face criminal charges.  The Sheriff’s office were tipped off about the abuse from a concerned citizen.  When officials visited the property they found some horrific sites.  The police report goes into graphic detail as to what they [...]

Mesa County Sheriff’s Office Alerting Residents of Door to Door Scam

Aug 9th @ 4:45 pm

GRAND JUNCTION  -  The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office says a door-to-door scam is hitting the  Grand Valley area. Deputies say adult men are going from house to house offering magazine subscriptions.  Newschannel 5 has learned that some of these salesmen had become confrontational when homeowners expressed a lack of interest. They are suspected of stealing [...]

Mesa County Sheriffs Investigating Stabbing of Five People

Jul 5th @ 9:12 am

GRAND JUNCTION  -  Mesa County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate a stabbing that sent five people to the hospital late Sunday.  Two witnesses tell NBC 11News they had to stop the victims’ bleeding with their bare hands.  The stabbing took place around midnight at 3142 Perkins Drive in Grand Junction.  Witnesses say the suspects were [...]

NEWS: Fri. Sept. 24, 2010

Sep 24th @ 6:02 pm

United States Attorney John Walsh today encouraged Colorado residents to participate in DEA’s prescription drug take back program, which is scheduled to take place tomorrow between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at designated locations.  The program was designed to encourage residents to get rid of expired or unneeded prescription medication in hopes of reducing abuse [...]

NEWS: Fri. April 23, 2010

Apr 23rd @ 5:39 pm

The Colorado State Patrol, in conjunction with several area law enforcement agencies  and the Survivors Assistance For Education (S.A.F.E.) committee want to invite parents to join them  in a partnership focused on keeping new and young drivers safe through the Alive at 25 Parent Program!  Classes will be held around the state on May 1st.  [...]