ATV driven off from Sportland
On Nov. 28, Glenwood Springs police received a report of a stolen all-terrain vehicle from Sportland on South Grand Avenue. The ATV is worth about $5,000, the report said. -On Nov. 28, Glenwood Springs police responded to a residence on 22nd Street for a report of a disturbance. When they talked to Justin A. Metott, 20, of Glenwood Springs, the underage man appeared intoxicated, they said. He then allegedly fought back and attempted to disarm one of the officers. Metott was lodged in Garfield County Jail on suspicion of resisting arrest, disarming a peace officer, underage drinking, criminal mischief and on a warrant. -On Nov. 29, Glenwood Springs police were dispatched to a residence on Davis Drive for a report of a female who was “visibly assaulted.”The suspect was not in the area when police arrived, but they planned to get a warrant for his arrest for third-degree assault and harassment. -On Dec. 1, Glenwood Springs police pulled over a driver who reportedly showed signs of intoxication. Gerald Michael Demars II, 21, of Glenwood Springs, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and no proof of insurance. -On Dec. 1, Glenwood Springs police arrested Christopher Allen Wessell, 21, of Silt, on a previously-reported incident. When they searched him, he was allegedly found to be in possession of a marijuana pipe and was charged with suspicion of drug paraphernalia possession. -On Dec. 2, Glenwood Springs police were dispatched to 3216 Glen Ave. for a report of a person shooting BBs at vehicles. When police arrived, the suspect was gone, but they found damage to four vehicles and to another piece of machinery.
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