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On Sept. 28, Rifle police were called to the 1500 block of Anvil View for four different calls of loud music. John Poyner, 24, of Rifle, was arrested on suspicion of disturbing the peace and a noise ordinance violation. -On Sept. 27, James Tonozzi, 44, of Glenwood Springs, was allegedly involved in a verbal argument with his wife. He was arrested by Glenwood Springs police on suspicion of harassment. On Sept. 28, Glenwood Springs police were dispatched to Cooper Avenue for a report of a male using a different person’s ID. Beau James Podest, 19, of Glenwood Springs, was arrested on suspicion of underage drinking.-On Sept. 29, Glenwood Springs police contacted a student in the parking lot of the high school who appeared to be intoxicated. Cole Blizard, 18, of Glenwood Springs, was arrested on suspicion of underage drinking. -On Sept. 30, Glenwood Springs police stopped a vehicle that didn’t have its headlights on. Upon contact, police found signs of intoxication and Pedro Blanco, 44, of Rifle, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving. -On Sept. 30, Glenwood Springs police were called about Jason Winkler, who was at Glenwood Springs Municipal Court, having a warrant for failure to appear. He was released with a summons. -On Sept. 28, while investigating another incident, Rifle police arrested Yvonne Lawhead, 37, of Parachute, on a warrant. -On Sept. 28, Rifle police stopped a vehicle for allegedly speeding. The driver, Jesus Rodriguez, 20, of Basalt, was arrested on a Gilpin County warrant. – On Sept. 30, Rifle police were informed by Garfield County probation that they had a client who had a warrant out of Garfield County. Lawrence Edward Downey Jr., 34, of Rifle, was arrested on a probation violation.

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