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 Jan. 13, Glenwood Springs police arrested Josue Roberto Delgado, 28, of Avon, on suspicion of felony menacing, reckless endangerment and second degree kidnapping. Police were dispatched to the Glenwood Motor Inn after a report that a man had been threatened with a gun and assaulted by three men throughout the night.
– On Jan. 14, Rifle police arrested Jon Creech, 38, of Rifle, on suspicion of assault and domestic violence against his spouse at a home on Aspen Avenue.
– On Jan. 15, Garfield County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Cesar Elias Vargas, 21, of Rifle on suspicion of drunken driving, driving without proof of insurance, various traffic violations and an outstanding warrant. Vargas allegedly made an illegal U-turn at West Avenue and 1st Street in Rifle.
– On Jan. 17, Rifle police arrested Cesar Enrique Simental-Marquez, 24, of Parachute, on suspicion of drunken driving. Police apprehended Simental-Marquez after a complaint of a vehicle playing its stereo too loud.
– On Jan. 17, Garfield County Sheriff’s deputies were informed of the theft of a snowmobile from a parking lot at mile marker 1 on County Road 123 near Carbondale. The complainant left the snowmobile for seven hours and found it gone when he returned. Its value was estimated at $10,000.
– On Jan. 17, Glenwood Springs police arrested Jason Scott Bogue, 22, of Glenwood Springs, on suspicion of drunken driving, driving with a suspended license, careless driving and an outstanding warrant. Bogue allegedly failed to signal for a turn at Grand Avenue and 9th Street and lost control of the vehicle while making a turn.
– On Jan. 17, Rifle police were called after a resident in the 400 block of East 6th Street saw three juveniles pull the American flag down from a home and rub it on the ground. The juveniles then ran into a house across the street ” the event remains under investigation.
– On Jan. 18, Rifle police arrested Barbara Ramirez, 44, of Rifle on suspicion of harassment and domestic violence after a complaint made by a male resident at her home, located on Columbine Drive.
– On Jan. 21, Rifle police arrested David Almaza, 23, of Carbondale on suspicion of drunken driving. Almaza’s vehicle was stopped near 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue.
– On Jan. 22, Glenwood Springs police arrested Corey Blake Arneson, 30, of Santa Barbara, Calif., on suspicion of drug possession, criminal impersonation and an outstanding warrant for auto theft. Police had been called about a suspected stolen vehicle; police allege Arneson lied about his name when contacted by police.
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