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Editor’s Note: The following information comes from official police and sheriff’s incident reports. Arrests merely indicate that a person has been accused of a crime, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless found guilty in court. WEST GLENWOOD, FEB. 21 – Victor Manuel Villa, 23, was arrested for criminal impersonation after allegedly showing false identification at the Division of Motor Vehicles in Glenwood Springs Mall. Police discovered Villa was allegedly using false identification and already had a warrant out for his arrest for contempt of court following an underage consumption of alcohol charge. Villa was charged and taken to the county jail. GLENWOOD SPRINGS, FEB. 22 – A Garfield County Sheriff’s deputy contacted Glenwood Springs Police after he allegedly saw Thomas Michael Davis, 21, driving carelessly on Seventh Street. After police found that Davis may have been intoxicated, he was arrested under suspicion of driving under the influence. Davis was charged with DUI, DUI Per Se, and careless driving. GLENWOOD SPRINGS, FEB. 23 – Glenwood Springs Police stopped Michael Lloyd Parmalee, 49, for weaving on Grand Avenue. The officer saw signs of intoxication, and arrested Parmalee for DUI. Because Parmalee’s driver’s license was revoked for three prior alcohol offenses, he was taken to jail and charged with driving while under restraint for an alcohol violation, failing to drive in a single lane and driving under the influence of alcohol. GLENWOOD SPRINGS, FEB. 25 – Glenwood Springs Police stopped Nora Elizabeth Kolleck, 56, on 15th Street for allegedly making an improper left turn, when the officer saw signs of intoxication. After investigation, Kolleck was arrested for DUI. GLENWOOD SPRINGS, FEB. 26. – Police stopped Kirk Jon Skabo, 42, for allegedly weaving on South Glen Avenue. The officer saw signs of intoxication, and after investigation, arrested Skabo for DUI.

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