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On Jan. 10, Halario Dominguez, 30, Carbondale, was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving after a Carbondale officer saw him driving without headlights.-On Jan. 11, a Carbondale woman called police to report gunfire near her home. It turned out to be duck hunters on the Gianinetti property.-On Jan. 9, 10 and 11, Carbondale police were repeatedly called to a home on Wheel Drive regarding trouble between the occupants, which resulted in one of the occupants being taken to the detox center.-On Jan. 8, a Silt officer patrolling in a residential area reportedly observed a motorist straddling the center of the roadway and failing to properly signal a turn. When contacted, Allen Michael Seyffer, 36, of New Castle, allegedly displayed indications of being under the influence of alcohol. It was also reportedly discovered that Seyffer’s driver’s license had been revoked for being a habitual traffic offender based largely in part to a number of previous DUIs. The crime computer further revealed that Seyffer was wanted on two Garfield County warrants for failing to comply with his sentences on two previous alcohol-related driving offenses.Finally, the officer noted that the plates on the suspect’s Ford pickup were listed to a Chevrolet. Seyffer was lodged in the Garfield County Jail on charges of being an aggravated habitual traffic offender (a felony), drunken driving, weaving, possession of fictitious license plates, and the two warrants.

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