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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.CANYON CREEK – A Canyon Creek man has been arrested on several outstanding warrants, including for drug and stalking charges.Garfield County sheriff deputies contacted Steven Caple, 45, at his home on Canyon Creek Drive for five active warrants. They include a charge of crimes against persons, stalking; two charges of failure to appear on stalking charges; failure to appear on possession of dangerous drugs; and failure to appear on a restraining order violation. The bond amounts associated with the charges total $34,000.Caple also was also charged with new drug possession charges.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Gabriel Ryan Montoya, 27, was arrested for allegedly assaulting another man in the 700 black of Grand Avenue on Nov. 4.RIFLE: A Rifle woman decided to ask police for a ride to Glenwood Springs. Police were more than happy to oblige when they discovered Cherie White, 41, had a warrant out for her arrest for harassment and drug paraphernalia charges. Police transported her to Glenwood and she was lodged in the Garfield County Jail.RIFLE: Police issued a summons for theft to Christopher Spangler after he allegedly left City Market without paying for items.RIFLE: Lucas Probst, 22, was riding his bicycle in the skate park without a helmet. Police later learned that Probst had an outstanding warrant out of Fort Collins and arrested him.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Police were called to the Silver Spruce Motel on Nov. 4 for a report of a male being assaulted. Scott Peterson Joyce, 44, was later arrested for third degree assault and violating a restraining order. He was also arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Garfield County.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: The Kum and Go at 1056th Street turned into a gas and go for a motorist, who drove off without paying. Police are investigating.RIFLE: Three men were issued summons after they allegedly tried to break into an occupied camper on Lyons Pond Road. Benjamin Hickman, 21, Casey Trotti, 24, and Edmond Cani, 32, were cited for disorderly conduct.RIFLE: Jerome Meadows was arrested for having an outstanding warrant after he was stopped for trespassing near the Interstate 70 eastbound on ramp.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Police arrested three juveniles who were on the roof of the Glenwood Springs Middle School on Nov. 4. The three 14-year-olds were arrested for trespassing and one was charged with marijuana possession.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Police responded to a call of two men verbally hassling each other. Frederick. E. Schultz, Jr., 49, of Rifle, and Kelly Thomas Miguel, 39, of New Castle, both signed complaints against one another.RIFLE: Charles Disney, 46, picked the wrong parking lot to grab a nap around 2 a.m. Police contacted the vehicle and reported a strong odor of alcohol. Disney was arrested for DUI. Police also found him to be in possession of five weapons. He was also charged with prohibited use of weapons.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: A local bounty hunter got his man. Police were contacted by the bounty hunter, who had Darrell Scott Green, 45, in custody. He was arrested for having two outstanding warrants, one out of Garfield County for a criminal mischief charge, and another out of Montrose County for an alcohol-related traffic offense.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: A woman reported several items were stolen from her vehicle while parked at the Oasis Bar in West Glenwood. Estimated loss is $800.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Police stopped a man walking through the back parking lot of the Safeway store. Bernard John Malburg III, 45, was arrested on an active warrant from the department of corrections on a charge of assault.RIFLE: Police arrested Marco Antonio Molar Santiago, 29, on trespassing charges after he was asked to leave a residence several times.


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