Grand Junction Police Need Public’s Help in Locating Shooting Suspect
The Grand Junction Police Department is looking to the public for help finding a man suspected of firing a shot at another man Tuesday night.
It was just after 10pm when the victim called 911saying 32-year-old Tyson R. Mclemee had fired a shot at him, grazing the coat he was wearing. The caller was not injured but told police that a woman and three children were inside the home with the suspect. SWAT teams were called in to access the home, but found nobody inside. They did, however, find evidence that a shot had been fired.
The woman was eventually located and told police she had left the home on her own accord with her children after hearing the two men arguing.
An arrest warrant was issued for Mclemee who is considered armed and dangerous. The charges against him include attempted first-degree murder, menacing with a deadly weapon, prohibited use of a weapon and possession of a weapon by a previous offender.
Anyone with information concerning Mclemee's whereabouts is asked to call 9-1-1 immediately.