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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 March 1, Rifle police were called to 1350 Prefontaine Ave. after a report of damage to two vehicles parked in the Rifle High School parking lot. One car parked in the upper lot had two passenger-side windows broken out; a second car in the senior lot had its driver-side window broken out. Nothing was stolen from either vehicle. The damage was estimated to have occurred between 1 p.m. on Feb. 29 and 7 a.m. on March 1.

– On March 5, Glenwood Springs police arrested John Frederick Bennett, 40, of no fixed address, on suspicion of assault. Police were called to a local convenience store after a report of assault; after the victim described his assailants, police arrested Bennett near the public rest rooms at 7th Street.



– On March 6, Glenwood Springs police arrested Manuel Enrique Corral-Sanchez, 26, of Eagle on suspicion of drunken driving, driving without a license and careless driving. Corral-Sanchez was stopped for allegedly speeding on Interstate 70 at mile marker 115.

– On March 7, Glenwood Springs police arrested Jose Palomino-Ramirez, 24, of Aspen, on suspicion of drunken driving, speeding and failing to provide proof of insurance. Palomino-Ramirez was stopped for allegedly speeding in the 2500 block of Midland Avenue.



– On March 7, Glenwood Springs police arrested Jacob Raymond Sigman III, 23, of Basalt, on suspicion of drunken driving. Sigman was stopped for allegedly speeding in the 2700 block of South Glen Avenue.

– On March 7, Glenwood Springs police arrested Landon Guy Smith, 39, of Aspen, on suspicion of drunken driving, failing to provide proof of insurance and driving the wrong way on a one-way street. Smith was stopped for allegedly driving the wrong way on the 900 block of Cooper Avenue.


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