Mesa Clerk Tina Peters Arrest Update: Where Is Mesa Clerk Tina Peters Now?

Tina Peters who is a former Mesa County clerk was awaiting her sentence after being found guilty of obstructing government operations. Finally, she has been sentenced. But she avoided jail time in the sentence. Yes, Tina Peters will serve four months under house arrest. She was found guilty of the charges of obstruction of government operations in March this year. Since then she had been waiting for her sentence. In addition, to serve four months in house arrest she also has to pay a fine of $750, 120 hours of community service within one year while wearing an ankle monitor. If you are scrambling to the web to learn the details of Tina Peters’s sentence, this article is for you. We have covered all the aspects of this news. Stick with this page and go through this column till the end. Swipe down the page.

Mesa Clerk Tina Peters Arrest

Mesa Clerk Tina Peters Arrest Update

A jury convicted Tina Peters in March on a charge of obstruction of government operations. Now she has been ordered to serve four months under house arrest while wearing an ankle monitor, pay a $750 fine, and perform 120 hours of community service within one year. Notably, she avoided jail time in the sentence. She faced two counts linked to her improperly recording a court hearing on her iPad for her deputy clerk last year. Swipe down for more details.

As per the documents, on Feb 8, 2022, Grand Junction Police approached her at a bagel shop to execute a warrant for her iPad. Police apprehended her as she tried to stop an officer from taking her iPad. This incident happened while people sitting at the tables and Tina Peters was passing from there. A customer at the bagel shop recorded the incident. The video shows Tina Peters yelling and obstructing government officers to do their duty. Scroll down the page.

The court document reads, “The suspect attempted to kick back with her right leg to strike Officer Tafoya. She missed Officer Tafoya’s body but did contact Officer Tafoya’s Taser and magazine pouch which were located on Officer Tafoya’s belt. I told the suspect, ‘Do not kick! Do you understand?!’ Sgt. Church also asked the suspect to ‘please relax,’ to which she yelled, ‘No!'” Her iPad was seized by a district attorney. But she claimed it did not belong to her. She was acquitted on the second charge of obstructing a government officer. Stay tuned to this website for more details and further updates.

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