Arrest affidavit in fatal stabbing case released

By: KKCO Email
By: KKCO Email

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Police have released the arrest affidavit for 19-year-old Amy Adamson-Gonzales, the woman accused in the weekend stabbing death of 20-year-old Ramon Sandoval.

According to the affidavit a witness to the stabbing approached investigators with information about the incident Saturday night that left Sandoval dead. The witness told officials there was an argument between several people and that during the course of the fight Adamson-Gonzalez stabbed Sandoval in the stomach area with a knife she got from the apartment where the group had been hanging out.

Sandoval apparently left the area, telling the others he'd been stabbed. The witness told officers they didn't believe Sandoval had been badly injured and wasn't aware of his death until the next day.

According to the affidavit, the knife has not yet been found. To read the full report, click the document link above.

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  • by Ananymous Location: Gj on Apr 4, 2010 at 06:46 PM
    I just have to stand up for Amy a little. I do have many prayers for the Sandoval Family and I do agree no one deserves to be murdered, but I know Amy on a personal/ Family stand point and know that she would never do such a thing to hurt someone if she was in the right state of mind. I only know of what I read in the papers and online of this sad story, but there has to be more behind the scenes for this to have the out come it has had. I hope that in this mess of a town and world people can find a way to forgive and yes I do feel justice should be served I just feel that people should know that Amy is not a bad person, it doesnt make up or give an excuse for what she did, but I love her to death and hope she is sorry for what she did.
  • by Anonymous on Feb 5, 2010 at 09:35 PM
    Also may prayers go out to the Adamson-Gonzales family. I hope that they are not punished as well, and that they can heal.
  • by A Friend Location: Grand Junction on Jan 20, 2010 at 11:07 AM
    I agree with Cynde, justice has to be served for the sace of The Sandoval Family. But I also believe that there are others involve that need to be held accountable, I am a native of gj and I can't believe that there is wanna be thugs walking the street that are capable of betting a young man and could walk away knowing he had been stabed is heartless. I don't want these animals walking the streets they are cold-blooded and I will be very disappointed with the Mesa County Sheriff Department if justice is not served. If the cries of the Sandoval Family for justice land of def ears the last resort will be that justice well have to be served on the streets and we don't need anymore bloodshed. My prayers go out to the Sandoval Family, R.I.P Ramon you are loved & missied by many but will be remembered by all.
  • by sierra Location: gj on Jan 19, 2010 at 06:27 PM
    I agree with Cynde!
  • by Anonymous on Jan 19, 2010 at 12:08 AM
    Agreed. Ramon was a great person. Happy all the time. Always smiling. And you people are trying to say Amy did it in self defense? Yea, thats why his shoes were off, and there was blood on cars. Not to mention I know Ramon well enough to know that he could have easily fought off this one tiny girl. Obviously she stabbed him while he was already pretty badly injured. That's sick and twisted.
  • by TAFFY Location: GRAND JUNCTION on Jan 18, 2010 at 08:35 PM
  • by Cynde Location: GJ on Jan 18, 2010 at 05:17 PM
    So yet another senseless killing. All these wanksters trying to prove themeselves.Although I didnt know Mr. Sandoval Im sorry for his death. No one deserves to die over such petty garbage regardless of their past encounters.Ms Adamson-Gonzales needs to be held accountable for her actions not idolized.Simply put she acted foolishly and ignorant and took the life of another.Now its in the hands of our Judicial System.
  • by asdfghjk on Jan 18, 2010 at 12:45 PM
    Ramon was a good guy..he might hav had his highs and lows but he didne deserve this at all! everyones tryna stick up for amy and she deserves to rot in prison the rest of her life! rest in peace ramon you will never b forgotten:*( amy trys to amke it seem lik she was the victim..why would there b blood on other cars? cause he was tryna get away and they jus kept jumpin him! fight him yea..but dnt kill him.
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