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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 Aug. 28, Garfield County Sheriff’s deputies tried to pull over a vehicle for speeding in Battlement Mesa. The vehicle didn’t stop for the deputy. The deputy kept following the vehicle for one mile. Finally, the vehicle stopped and the driver, Rayburn J. Mouton, 32, of Parachute was reportedly found to be intoxicated. He was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and driving without a license. • On Aug. 28, Garfield County sheriff’s deputies were advised of a weaving car. The driver, Nancy C. Wilhelm, 40, of Parachute was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, no lights, running a stop sign and failure to use turn signals. • On Aug. 29, Garfield County sheriff’s deputies were called for a report of neglected dogs. The call was investigated and two dogs were taken to Colorado Animal Rescue for treatment. The animals’ owner, Jonathan R. Davis, 22, of Parachute was arrested on a charge of cruelty to animals. • On Sept. 4, Glenwood Springs police were called about a string of car break-ins and a theft in the downtown area. • On Sept. 5, Glenwood Springs police were notified of a possible assault at a local nightclub. The officer pulled over the suspect vehicle, but the suspect wasn’t in it. The driver, Luis Antonio Garcia Diaz, 23, of Carbondale, was arrested on suspicion of driving without a license, drunken driving, DUI per se and failure to provide proof of insurance. • On Sept. 6, a driver was pulled over for failure to obey a flashing red light. Police found that the driver, Maria L. Maldonado, 35, of Carbondale, had a canceled license. She also had no proof of insurance and police noted signs of intoxication. Maldonado was arrested on charges of drunken driving, DUI per se, driving while canceled, and failure to obey a flashing red light.• On Sept. 6, a driver was pulled over for failure to obey a flashing red light. Police found that the driver, Maria L. Maldonado, 35, of Carbondale, had a canceled license. She also had no proof of insurance and police noted signs of intoxication. Maldonado was arrested on charges of drunken driving, DUI per se, driving while canceled, and failure to obey a flashing red light.


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