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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.GLENWOOD SPRINGS, July 19 – Police were dispatched to a fight in front of a restaurant in the 300 block of Seventh Street. Both individuals were arrested for fighting. Gary Lee Ruskewicz, 54, of Glenwood, was charged with fighting and warrant arrest. Maxie Ray Parks, 49, of Glenwood was charged with fighting. GLENWOOD SPRINGS, July 22 – Police were advised of a disturbance at the Roxie at 701 Cooper Ave. at about 12:48 a.m. A male had threatened a subject with a knife. Police arrested Raymond Arnold Bedwell, 42, and charged him with felony menacing.

Charges against Adam Elijah Bean, 22, have been dropped because of insufficient evidence. Glenwood Springs Police charged Bean on June 22 with harassment after a woman driving over the Grand Avenue Bridge reported she was being followed by a suspicious vehicle.

July 18 – Jose Hector Delcid, 30 – Warrant arrestJuly 18 – Jodi Ann Bailey, 46 – DUI, traffic violationJuly 19 – Ramon Carrillo-Mendoza, 22 – Warrant arrestJuly 19 – Randall P. Morley, 58 – DWAI, traffic violationsJuly 19 – Edward Charles Winfree, 40 – Harassment (strikes)July 20 – Richard Brett Mounts, 31 – Warrant arrestJuly 21 – Joshua Lee Johnson, 22 – DUI, traffic violationsJuly 21 – Nathan Michael Brekken, 37 – TrespassJuly 21 – Nicholas Ray Bailey, 31 – TrespassJuly 21 – Troy Steven Rohrer, 39 – Petty theftJuly 21 – Kenneth Leon Parsons, 59 – Third degree assaultJuly 21 – Cornell LaPaul Adams, 23 – Violation of restraining order, warrant arrestJuly 22 – Jorge Luis Hernandez-Juarez, 21 – DUI, traffic violations, eluding a police officerJuly 22 – Gustavo Olivo-Tellez, 21 – DUI, traffic violationsJuly 22 – Eder Orlando Arvizo-Jara, 20 – Illegal underage consumption or possession of alcohol, warrant arrestJuly 23 – Joy Ann Barrett, 46 – DUI, traffic violation

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