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.RIFLE, June 12 – A Subway sandwich shop employee reported that someone vandalized her vehicle’s windshield with ice cream toppings. Officers learned that the employee’s manager admitted to the crime. Raelene Middelstadt, 43, of Rifle, was charged with second degree criminal tampering. RIFLE, June 16 – Rifle police received a report of a party with underage drinking on Munro Avenue. After an investigation, police arrested Janet Sorensen, 49, and took her to the Garfield County Jail for contributing to the delinquency of a minor and resisting arrest. A 16-year-old female runaway was found in the house. A 17-year-old male was arrested for a warrant. GLENWOOD SPRINGS, June 16 – Police were notified of a postal worker bitten by a dog. An officer located the owner, Mark Leonard Weller, 49, and issued him a summons for having a vicious animal and dog running at large. GLENWOOD SPRINGS, June 17 – Police observed a vehicle allegedly carelessly driving southbound across the Grand Avenue bridge. The vehicle failed to pull over for several police vehicles with emergency signals activated. After traveling for about 16 city blocks, the driver finally stopped in front of his residence. Police took the driver, Martin Alva, 31, into custody and took him to jail. Police charged him with offenses relating to marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while under restraint, DUI, driving with excessive blood alcohol content, open container, careless driving, failure to provide proof of insurance and failing to yield to an emergency vehicle.
June 12 – Davey George, 32 – Warrant arrestJune 12 – Daniel Stefanik, 59 – Warrant arrests (2)June 12 – Bruce Wayne Alexander, 53 – TrespassingJune 13 – Glen Madison Sell, 21 – Warrant arrestJune 13 – Alejandro Serrano-Alcala, 34 – DUI, traffic violationJune 13 – Troy Lee Toler, 37 – Warrant arrest, driving under restraint, traffic violationsJune 13 – Travis Bodie Collins, 27 – Warrant arrestJune 14 – Liberty Nichole Bedingfield, 29 – DUI, traffic violationsJune 14 – James Edward Griffin, 23 – HarassmentJune 14 – Jonathan Arthur Kennickell, 54 – DUI, traffic violationJune 15 – Mario A. Centeno, age unknown – Warrant arrestJune 15 – Luis Alonso Rivera, Jr., age unknown – Warrant arrestJune 15 – Russell Keith Surgeon, 21 – Liquor code violationJune 15 – Luis Alonso Rivera, 19 – Possession of marijuanaJune 16 – Thor Alan Edwards, 19 – Driving while under restraint, warrant arrest, traffic violationJune 16 – Jammie That’s how the PD spelled it John Sell, 22 – Warrant arrestJune 16 – Jerry William Smith, 51 – DWAI, careless drivingJune 16 – Alexander Wallace Vega, 22 – Warrant ArrestJune 17 – Simon Eugene Gurule, 26 – Excreting (urinating) in public placesJune 17 – Christopher Brian Deshazer, 27 – DUI, traffic violationJune 17 – John Michael Kettler, 54 – Warrant arrest June 17 – John Michael Davidson, 48 – Obstructing a police officer, warrant arrestJune 17 – Jason Kyle Marti, 29 – Warrant arrestJune 17 – Julian Calderon Perez, 39 – DUI, traffic violation and driving with expired driver’s licenseJune 18 – Diana Lee Arbar, 47 – Resisting arrest, obstructing a police officerJune 18 – John Fitzgerald Williams, 41 – Warrant arrestJune 18 – Rogello Hernandez-Navarrete, 28 – Disorderly conductJune 19 – Matthew Alden Monger, age unknown – DUI, traffic violation
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