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On Oct. 11, Glenwood Springs police were advised of a man hitchhiking and trying to get into people’s cars. Andrew Fedorowsky, 46, of Glenwood Springs, was arrested on suspicion of obstructing a highway and possession of drug paraphernalia. -On Oct. 11, the school resource officer at Glenwood Springs High School noticed two males who showed signs of intoxication at school. Christopher Asplund, 19, of New Castle, and a 16-year-old juvenile were cited for suspicion of underage drinking. On Oct. 11, Glenwood Springs police pulled over a vehicle that was stopped at a green light at Grand Avenue and 8th Street. The driver, Noe Mar Angeles, 27, of Glenwood Springs, allegedly gave police a fake name and date of birth. Police reportedly later found an identification card for the driver with the correct information. Angeles was arrested on suspicion of criminal impersonation and disobeying a green arrow.-On Oct. 11, Glenwood Springs police talked to two people in the Wal-Mart parking lot. Brady Oconner, 21, of Dowlingtown, Pa., was arrested for driving while ability impaired and Allysan Isaac, 21, of Mayfield, Ohio, was cited for petty theft and released. -On Oct. 12, Glenwood Springs police were dispatched to a residence for a noise complaint. Carly Dumont, 19, of Glenwood Springs, was arrested on suspicion of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. -On Oct. 12, Glenwood Springs police saw a 19-year-old male in the parking lot of a business. Derek Harris of Glenwood Springs was arrested on suspicion of underage drinking. -On Oct. 13, Glenwood Springs police saw a vehicle fail to dim its headlights for oncoming traffic. Police pulled over the driver and noticed signs of intoxication, police reported. Javier Diego-Ponce, 42, of New Castle, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, DUI per se, driving under restraint and failure to dim high beams, and on a Garfield County warrant. -On Oct. 18, Glenwood Springs police pulled over Nicholas Ryan Kephart, 22, of Madison, Wis., and arrested him on suspicion of drunken driving DUI per se and careless driving. -On Oct. 18, Glenwood Springs police saw a vehicle allegedly speeding on Grand Avenue. The driver, Javier Corralo, 25, of Aspen Village, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, driving without a license, DUI per se and speeding. -On Oct. 18, Glenwood Springs police pulled over a vehicle and noted signs of alcohol use. Manual Castillo-Alaniz, 20, of Edwards, was arrested on suspicion of underage drinking. -On Oct. 18, Glenwood Springs police saw a vehicle that made an illegal left turn and when they pulled the driver over, they allegedly noticed signs of intoxication. Martin Garcia-Vega, 19, of Edwards, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, underage drinking, driving while under restraint and illegal left turn, and on a Garfield County warrant. -On Oct. 19, Glenwood Springs police noticed someone driving without any taillights and reportedly noticed signs of intoxication. Lee Curtis Judd, 43, of Glenwood Springs, was arrested on suspicion of driving while ability impaired and driving without headlights. -On Oct. 19, Glenwood Springs police reportedly saw a vehicle fail to turn left at a left-turn-only lane and pulled over the driver. Ryan James Redman, 25, of Lakewood, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, no proof of insurance, illegal left turn and DUI per se. -On Oct. 19, Glenwood Springs police responded to a report of an accident at the 116 exit of Interstate 70. When police arrived, they reportedly noticed some signs of intoxication. Alisia Erlene Mecham, 39, of DeBeque, was cited for suspicion of drunken driving, possession of marijuana, careless driving and possession of drug paraphernalia. -On Oct. 19, Glenwood Springs police were dispatched to the 3000 block of S. Glen Avenue for a vehicle driving with a blown tire. They tried to pull over the vehicle, but the driver, David Ray Mizell II, 31, of Clifton, reportedly led police on a short chase. Once caught, Mizel was arrested on suspicion of vehicular eluding, no proof of insurance, drunken driving and reckless driving. -On Oct. 19, Glenwood Springs police pulled over Cesar Martinez-Soto, 23, of Carbondale, and cited him on suspicion of drunken driving, weaving, DUI per se, no proof of insurance and driving without a license. -Glenwood Springs police cited Jacob E. Benson, 20, and David Stephen Wirfs, 23, both of New Castle, for suspicion of trespassing and cited Wirfs on an additional charge of drug paraphernalia possession. -On Oct. 20, Glenwood Springs police saw a vehicle make a left turn, allegedly almost hitting several pedestrians who were attempting to cross the street. They pulled over the driver, James Sherrod Power, 24, of Glenwood Springs, and arrested him on suspicion of drunken driving, DUI per se and careless driving. -On Oct. 20, Glenwood Springs police arrested Kurt C. Birkenmeier, 21, of Glenwood Spring, on suspicion of drunken driving, DUI per se, no proof of insurance, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and failure to signal for a turn. -On Oct. 20, Glenwood Springs police arrested Terry Kramer, 52, of Glenwood Springs, on suspicion of drunken driving, DUI per se and weaving. -On Oct. 5, Rifle police were called for a report of a truck that crashed into a fence. Jesse Wanner, 23, of Rifle, was found at the scene and resisted arrest, the police report said. Wanner was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, reckless driving, second-degree assault and no driver’s license. -On Oct. 7, Rifle police received a report of an unattended child in a vehicle. When they got to the scene, 1430 Railroad Ave., they found Mark McClure, 25, of Rifle, sleeping in the vehicle. McClure was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, DUI per se, child abuse and child restraint system required. He was lodged in jail and the child was released to an adult family member. -On Oct. 7, Rifle police were notified of a trespassing situation at the 1800 block of Howard Avenue. The victim said Juan Manuel Loya, 19, of Rifle, broke her window to get into her car. Loya was arrested on suspicion of first-degree burglary tools, first-degree criminal trespass and criminal mischief. -On Oct. 7, Rifle police were called to the scene of a domestic violence call on the 1500 block of Railroad Avenue. Kenneth Wright, 37, of Rifle, was arrested on suspicion of harassment and domestic violence. -On Oct. 7, Rifle police were called to 428 Lind Ave. to investigate a report of a loud stereo. The two women in the apartment, Bobbie Sue Mortensen, 18, and Kimberly Willit, 20, both of Rifle, had allegedly been drinking and both had warrants from Rifle Municipal Court. They turned the music down, then were brought to the Rifle Police Department for booking. -On Oct. 11, Rifle police arrested Alton Brewer, Jr., 40, of Craig, on a Moffat County warrant. -On Oct. 17, Rifle police received a report that Juan Loya, 19, of Rifle, stole some jewelry from his mother. Most of the items were returned, but two rings were not. Loya was arrested on suspicion of second-degree burglary and theft. -On Oct. 18, Rifle police stopped a vehicle for speeding. The driver, Pamela June Taylor Brock, 39, of Rifle, reportedly had a warrant out of Garfield County. She was taken into custody and cited for speeding, no insurance and no valid driver’s license. -On Oct. 19, Rifle police arrested Andrew Lewis Sandoval, 19, of Gypsum on suspicion of drunken driving, DUI per se, underage drinking, driving under restraint and possession of marijuana.


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