GLENWOOD SPRINGS, MAY 8 – Police found several young men with marijuana in their vehicle at the Two Rivers Park boat ramp just before midnight. Three males were arrested on drug-related charges, including Rodrigo Salcido-Ramirez, 18; Jose Angel Santos, 20; and a 16-year-old teenager. Salcido-Ramirez was also charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor. RIFLE, MAY 9 – Teresa L. Hoff, 42, was arrested for suspicion of DUI and other offenses after she nearly flipped her car at the corner of Munro Avenue and East Second Street after losing control of her car when an unrestrained dog in the vehicle walked onto her lap. Hoff allegedly struck a street barricade warning of an embankment. Her car came to a rest at the top of the embankment. RIFLE, MAY 10 – When nature calls … Rifle officers saw Dennis Garner, 35, allegedly urinating on the sidewalk on the 300 block of Railroad Avenue. The police report said Garner was intoxicated and could not give a reason for his actions. He was issued a summons and released to his wife. RIFLE, MAY 11 – Police were called to investigate a suspicious person attempting to pass a suspicious check for over $800 at Wal-Mart. David Tyrone Fischer, 42, had also allegedly been trying to pass a suspected bad check at the Glenwood Springs Wal-Mart. When the sales clerk called management, the suspect suddenly left the store, leaving the check behind. Fischer had two outstanding warrants for his arrest in Boulder County. He was arrested and taken to the Garfield County Jail. GLENWOOD SPRINGS, MAY 14 – Police were notified of a possible drunk driver on Interstate 70 between mileposts 113 and 116. When an officer stopped the vehicle for multiple traffic violations, the officer arrested Sebrina Kelley Brintnall, 35, for suspected DUI. Two children were in the vehicle, causing the officer to charge Brintnall with child abuse. Brintnall was taken to jail. GLENWOOD SPRINGS, MAY 14 – Evrim Erguner, 30, was charged Sunday after police took a report of a vicious dog that bit someone on Grand Avenue. Police issued Erguner with a summons for having a vicious animal, and the dog was placed in quarantine. Glenwood Springs Arrests May 8-14, 2006May 8: Shane William Ishmael, 23 – DUI, possession of drug paraphernaliaMay 8: Grant Sean White, 36 – warrant arrestMay 8: Kimberly Renee Fegan, 42 – dog running at largeMay 9: John Valiton, 28 – dog running at large, rabies vaccinationMay 9: Yolanda Cristina Vallejo, 19 – harassment (strikes)May 9: Elijah Freedom Eagle, 22 – harassment (taunts, challenges)May 9: Kristine Ann Reyhons, 40 – warrant arrestMay 10: Grant Sean White, 36 – trespass, unauthorized habitationMay 10: Elmer Garcia-Delgado, 19 – DUI, illegal underage possession or consumption of alcohol, driving without licenseMay 11: Zachariah Thor Frease, 25 – DUIMay 11: Nick Tom Petmezas, 49 – drinking in public areas, possession of open containersMay 11: Warren Allan Langstaff, 36 – drinking in public areasMay 13: Robert Ward Thompson, age unknown – warrant arrestMay 13: Bradford James Hulslander, 25 – DUIMay 13: Jon M. Pittenger, 46 – DUIMay 13: Deborah Jean Erickson, 47 – criminal mischief, harassmentMay 14: Steven Michael Simpson, 29 – driving while under restraintMay 14: Dante Chavira-Lozoya, 28 – fighting
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