On Oct. 2, Rifle police took a report of Rodney MacConnell, 43, of Glenwood Springs allegedly hitting a car with a hammer after a 17-year-old almost hit him with his car. The juvenile was cited for suspicion of reckless driving and MacConnell was cited for suspicion of criminal mischief. -On Oct. 1, Rifle police responded to a call from a person who said he was bitten by a dog as he was running in the area of East 2nd Street and Clarkson. Ryan Van Teylingen, 25, of Rifle was cited for suspicion of vicious animal. -On Oct. 2, Rifle police pulled over Shawn Knuckey, 33, of New Castle after a report of a suspicious vehicle. He was cited for suspicion of driving under restraint, no insurance and faulty registration. -On Sept. 30, Glenwood Springs police found a shoplifting suspect, George Roland Chase-Alone, 41, listed as a transient, and cited him for suspicion of petty theft. On Sept. 30, Glenwood Springs police responded to Teakwood lane for a call for a dog bite. According to the report, a tethered dog lunged at a female, knocking her to the ground and biting her in the leg. The dog was quarantined and the owner, Clifford Wildey, 53, of Glenwood Springs was cited for vicious animal. -On Oct. 1, Glenwood Springs police issued a summons to Michael Jones, 47, listed as a transient, for failure to appear in court. He was also cited for suspicion of illegal camping. -On Oct. 1, Glenwood Springs police found Colleen Reynolds, 49, of Silt allegedly intoxicated and sleeping in a local park. She was cited for suspicion of illegal camping and lodged in detox. -On Oct. 3, Glenwood Springs police responded to the Garfield County Courthouse for a report of a man with a warrant. Russell Herbert, 37, of Chalmette, La. was arrested on the warrant. -On Oct. 3, Glenwood Springs police were assisting another agency in their attempt to locate an escapee from parole. An officer located the suspect, Sean Lee Huston, 31, of Glenwood Springs and placed him under arrest. He was arrested on a warrant and for suspicion of possession of marijuana. -On Oct. 3, two people reportedly were arguing about money. The argument led to a fight, which led to fighting citations from the Glenwood Springs police for Christina Cooper, 36, and Curtis Evert, 34, both of Glenwood Springs.
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Anyone who showed up to Rifle Saturday were treated to holiday lights, fireworks and a dazzling parade during the Hometown Holiday festival.