For those who are wondering when Tina Peters’ next appearances in court will be on her various cases, above is her current Mesa County court docket for the next 6 months.
Case No. D392022CR371 is her criminal case about 10 felony and 3 misdemeanor charges related to election tampering. She is charged with three counts of attempting to influence a public servant, a Class 4 felony; one count of attempting to influence a public servant, a Class 5 felony; one count of criminal impersonation, a Class 6 felony; one count of conspiracy to commit criminal impersonation, a Class 6 felony; one count of identity theft, a Class 4 felony; and one count of first-degree official misconduct, a Class 2 misdemeanor.
The criminal case will be heard Feb. 9 – Feb 21, 2024, in Courtroom 9, Judge Matthew Barrett’s courtroom.
She could be subject to prison time if she is found guilty in her criminal case.
Case No. D392021CV30321 is Thomas Peters v. Tina Peters, the case brought against Tina by her ex-husband, Thomas, a disabled veteran, in which he alleges Tina stole his house from him. Thomas charges that Tina engaged in conversion, theft by deception and breach of fiduciary duty.
Thomas alleges in the lawsuit (pdf) that Tina breached her fiduciary duty to illegally seize a home he had purchased for himself using his own funds after they divorced in October, 2021.
The lawsuit states that Tina had
“…recorded a power-of-attorney which she knew to be revoked and used purported authority under the same in order to transfer the property located at **** Eagle Ridge Drive, Grand Junction, CO 81503 to herself…for no consideration and without Plaintiff’s approval.”
In March of 2022, it was revealed that Tina had filed an improperly notarized quit claim deed to obtain her husband’s house.
The ex-husband’s civil case is scheduled to be heard March 12-15, 2024 in Courtroom 12, Judge Gretchen Larsen’s courtroom.
All cases will be heard at the Mesa County Justice Center at 125 N. Spruce St., Grand Junction.