A man who said a suspect stole four guns and car on Tuesday morning is speaking out.
Authorities are looking for suspects who vandalized an FAA radio tower in the Grand Valley.
The Mesa County Sheriff's Office said two people from California were arrested on felony charges after 14 pounds of heroin were found in their car during a traffic stop.
The Grand Junction police department is looking for your help to identify the suspects involved in a vandalism incident at a local store.
According to arrest papers, only two days after a local man was found stabbed to death, police responded to an armed robbery at a convenience store. Terrence Richardson is the man accused in both cases.
A multiple agency SWAT team surrounded a local apartment building, as authorities in Montrose were trying to contact two people who had several felony warrants.
One Clifton woman thought a loved one needed help and fell victim to another phone scam.
They showed an elaborate record of dates and times and how many websites and documents were accessed, some of which were pornographic.
A 20-year-old from Fruita accused of having sex with a 13-year-old girl was formally charged on Wednesday.
Jury selection in the retrial of Lester Jones was scheduled to begin on Monday.
Suspects entered a home in the 300 block of North Coulson St. and stole ten firearms: 5 rifles and 5 handguns.
Grand Junction police officers are looking for 27-year-old Adam Phillips, also known as Wes.
A federal court in Wisconsin has overturned the conviction of a man found guilty of helping his uncle kill Teresa Halbach in a case profiled in the Netflix documentary "Making a Murderer."
The Mesa County Sheriff's Office said drug activity happened in the presence of children, and near schools.
Mesa County law enforcement agencies reported a total of 127 rape incidents in 2015, according to new CBI Crime Report. That is up 18.7 percent from 2014.
Harley Blysma was taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center by Clifton Paramedics in critical condition, now he is walking and telling his story.
Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is asking for the public's help in looking for the suspect who they said stole merchandise from the North Avenue Wal-Mart in April.
Crime Stoppers and the Grand Junction Police Department is asking for your help in searching for the suspect who stole from a Grand Junction shoe store.