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Authorities’ search of Cooper Ave. residence in Glenwood Springs nets cocaine, handgun

GLENWOOD SPRINGS ” Authorities executed a search warrant at a Cooper Avenue residence, arrested three people and seized a small amount of cocaine and a handgun Wednesday night.

According to a news release, the Drug Enforcement Administration, Two Rivers Drug Enforcement Team, the Garfield County All Hazards Response Team, the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office and the Glenwood Springs Police Department entered 906 Cooper Ave. unit number two.

They arrested Ruben Cruz-Gallardo, 43, on suspicion of possession of cocaine, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and criminal impersonation. Ernesto Escamillo, 48, was arrested on suspicion of possession of cocaine and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.



A 16-year-old girl was arrested on suspicion of possession of cocaine.

The news release was sent around 8 p.m. and contained no further information.


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