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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. 30, Rifle police were notified by a man that his live-in girlfriend assaulted him. After the investigation, police arrested Antoinette Esquibel, 30, of Rifle on suspicion of third-degree assault and domestic violence.

– On Oct. 27, Glenwood Springs police pulled over a vehicle that had a tail light out. Police noticed signs of intoxication and arrested Albert E.C. Kimbrough, 41, of Glenwood Springs on suspicion of drunken driving and no proof of insurance.



– On Oct. 31, Glenwood Springs police were called for a disturbance on 11th Street where Gregory McCallister, 50, of Glenwood Springs allegedly threatened someone with a knife. McCallister was arrested on suspicion of felony menacing and harassment.

– On Oct. 31, Glenwood Springs police were called to Marshal Dillon’s for a report of theft. They arrested Chandra E. Baca, 41, of Glenwood Springs on suspicion of theft.



– On Nov. 1, Glenwood Springs police pulled over a driver for allegedly driving 81 mph in a 55 mph zone on Interstate 70. The driver, Kimberly A. Willit, 21, of Rifle allegedly then gave police a fake name. She was arrested on suspicion of speeding, false reporting to authorities, driving under restraint and on a warrant from another agency.

– On Nov. 1, Glenwood Springs police arrested Matthew D. Little, 24, of Glenwood Springs on suspicion of urinating in the doorway of a local business at the 700 block of Grand Avenue.

– On Nov. 1, Glenwood Springs police arrested John Paul Flanagan, 46, of Keystone on suspicion of obstructing a police officer and obstructing a highway after he allegedly spit at one vehicle and then stopped a patrol vehicle at the 700 block of Grand Avenue. Flanagan, who reportedly was intoxicated, refused to be placed in detox on an emergency commit, so he was lodged in Garfield County Jail.

– On Nov. 1, Atanacio Carreno-Apolinar, 53, of Carbondale was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault after he allegedly hit his wife in the face at a residence on 24th Street.

– On Nov. 1, Glenwood Springs police were called to the Roxie nightclub for a report that someone found a bag of white powder. The powder tested positive for cocaine.

– On Nov. 2, Glenwood Springs police saw a vehicle driving into oncoming traffic. The oncoming traffic had to swerve to avoid being hit. Police were then almost hit by the vehicle. Police chased the car for two blocks before the driver pulled over. Eugene F. Brady, 43, of Glenwood Springs was arrested on suspicion of reckless driving and no proof of insurance.

– On Nov. 2, Glenwood Springs police arrested Melissa Adams, 22, of Carbondale on suspicion of drunken driving, DUI per se, possession of drug paraphernalia and no brake lights.

– On Nov. 2, Glenwood Springs police arrested Rumingo Cerra Vasquez, 33, of Gypsum on suspicion of drunken driving, DUI per se, no proof of insurance and improper left turn.

– On Nov. 2, Rifle police received a report of domestic violence on Anvil View Avenue. Raymond Davis, 40, of Rifle was arrested on suspicion of false imprisonment and domestic violence.

– On Nov. 2, Rifle police pulled over a truck on Interstate 70 that was driving the wrong way. The driver, Felipe Meza, 28, of Pueblo was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and careless driving.

– On Nov. 2, Rifle police received a report of a domestic disturbance on West 30th Street. When they arrived, they were told by a man that he and his ex-wife had an argument. The ex-wife, Kristine Kuheim, 39, of Rifle then allegedly punched him in the face. Kuheim was arrested on suspicion of harassment and domestic violence.


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