Editor’s note: The following information comes from official police department incident reports. Arrests merely indicate an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless prove otherwise or pleading guilty in court.-On Sept. 15, Glenwood Springs police investigated a report that juveniles on the Grand Avenue pedestrian bridge threw a rock onto Interstate 70, breaking the windshield of a passing vehicle. There were no injuries and there are no known suspects. -On Sept. 17, Glenwood Springs police were notified that somebody stole $2,900 worth of printer cartridges from Staples. There is no suspect in the case. -On Sept. 18, Glenwood Springs police investigated the burglary of a Grand Avenue business. Four computers, five lamps and two printers were taken. The case is under investigation. -On Sept. 20, Glenwood Springs police pulled over a driver for speeding on South Glen Avenue. The driver, Ricardo Dominguez-Munoz, 23, of Carbondale, was arrested on suspicion of driving without a license, driving while ability impaired, careless driving and no proof of insurance. -On Sept. 20, Glenwood Springs police pulled over the driver of a vehicle for careless driving and the officer noticed signs of intoxication. Lisa Ann Newman, 49, of Glenwood Springs was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and careless driving. -On Sept. 20, Glenwood Springs police attempted to pull over a driver for a headlight violation. The driver, Richard M Black, Jr., 28, listed as a transient, led police on a high-speed chase through several blocks in a residential area. Once Black hit a dead-end, he hopped out of his car and led police on a foot chase. Police found him hiding in the backyard of a house. Black then led police on a second foot chase and finally was caught. Black was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, resisting arrest, vehicular eluding, driving under restraint, operating an unregistered vehicle, reckless driving and no proof of insurance, and on an outstanding warrant issued by Douglas County. -On Sept. 20, Rifle police arrested Raymond Alvarado, 30, of Rifle on suspicion of four counts of domestic violence, four counts of third-degree assault and one count of resisting arrest after he allegedly punched his girlfriend in the face. The victim was taken to the hospital for her injuries.
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