Editors note: The following information comes from official police and sheriffs department incident reports. Arrests merely indicate an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless found guilty in court. On March 1, Rifle police arrested Kimberly Ann Meyers, 47, a visitor from Maine, on suspicion of petty theft. Police were called to the Kum & Go convenience store after a complaint of shoplifting. On March. 1, Glenwood Springs police issued a summons for alleged harassment to Maxie Ray Parks, 23, of Glenwood Springs. Police were contacted by a male at First Choice Inn who alleged that he had been harassed on the phone by Parks and had recorded the messages. On March 2, Rifle police were dispatched to the Veterans Nursing Home to investigate an assault that reportedly took place on Feb. 29 involving two female residents. The case is still being examined. On March 3, Rifle police arrested Timothy Dee McDonald, 48, of Roosevelt, Utah, on suspicion of drunken driving and criminal mischief. Police were called to a break-in at the 700 block of Whiteriver Ave. but ended up arresting McDonald, the alleged victim. On March 4, Glenwood Springs police arrested Javier Garcia, 28, of Glenwood Springs, on suspicion of second degree assault, resisting arrest and obstructing a police officer. Police were called to a home in the 3200 block of Blake Court on a complaint of an intoxicated male in the front yard; police responded and Garcia allegedly became combative. On March 4, Glenwood Springs police arrested Michael Dale Rosinski, 23, of Glenwood Springs, on suspicion of theft and first-degree criminal trespass. Police were tipped off about a suspicious male allegedly looking into vehicles and taking items from a toolbox in a pickup truck in the 600 block of 21st Street; stolen items were allegedly found in the suspects vehicle.
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