Country Jam : Record Year for Cops

By: Chiara Lotierzo Email
By: Chiara Lotierzo Email

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office reports a record year for crime at Country Jam Ranch in Mack.

Records were set for minor in possession offenses, totaling 160, as well as contributing alcohol to a minor, at nine.

As well, Colorado State Patrol set a record for driving under the influence arrests, at 56.

Officials with the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office say they’re not out to keep you from having a good time, but do want to ensure all fun is had safely and legally.


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  • by Also a voting taxpayer Location: GJ on Jun 30, 2009 at 06:20 AM
    We invite them to come to a concert and have a good time; we don't invite them to get drunk, drive, and kill people. Obeying the law and staying safe is not a scheme. If you ever lose anyone to such a senseless crime (and I pray that you don't), you will appreciate law enforcement busting them. I sure do.
  • by voting taxpayer Location: colorado on Jun 29, 2009 at 07:38 PM
    Aren't we proud. Maybe next year we can get even more. Invite them,then bust them ,what a scheme.
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