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Editor’s note: The following information comes from official police and sheriff’s department incident reports. Arrests merely indicate an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless found guilty in court.-On Oct. 1, Carbondale police responded to a report of a woman driving near Highway 133 and Cowen Drive at 3:38 p.m. who was known to have a revoked driver’s license for being a habitual traffic offender. Amy Gutierrez, 20, of Carbondale was pulled over and arrested.-On Oct. 3, Bobby W. Tucker, 49, of Carbondale was arrested by Carbondale police on suspicion of drunken driving after police responded to a non-injury accident on Crown Drive in Roaring Fork Village at 3:30 a.m.-On Oct. 6, Carbondale police invested a report of a possible sexual assault that occurred within town limits. No other details were available.-On Oct. 6, the U.S. Forest Service was looking for information regarding the theft of Smokey Bear from the White River National Forest fire danger sign along Highway 133 south of Carbondale. The bear disappeared sometime in late September, and the Forest Service is offering a reward for any information leading to the suspects. Call 963-2266 if you’ve seen someone with Smokey.-On Oct. 4, Garfield County Sheriff’s deputies were called to a residence on County Road 162 outside Carbondale on a report of a domestic disturbance, and learned that a woman involved in the incident had allegedly slapped her husband, according to Sheriff’s Department reports. Elizabeth B. Macdonald, 35, was arrested on suspicion of harassment and domestic violence.-On Oct. 3, Rifle police were dispatched to a hit-and-run accident in the 100 block of West 3rd Street. After a search of the area, Rifle police arrested Robert Mark, 26, of Rifle on suspicion of driving under suspension, no insurance and leaving the scene of an accident.


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