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: A tailgating party of a different kind occurred in the parking lot of the 1st Choice Inn. The owner of a pickup reported that his tailgate, worth approximately $4,000, was stolen off his vehicle.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Police responded to a report of an assault with a knife on Maple Street on Nov. 6. Marco Robb, 25, was charged with second degree assault and felony menacing. The victim’s wounds were treated at the scene.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Paul Royce Deaton, 35, was stopped and arrested for DUI. Police pulled Deaton over for speeding down Grand Avenue shortly after midnight on Nov. 10. He was also cited for speeding 10-19 mph over the limit.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Police observed a vehicle failing to stop for a stop sign at Eighth Street and Cooper Avenue on Nov. 11 at 2:12 a.m. Felipe Vazquez Roche, 28, was charged with DUI, no proof of insurance and failure to obey stop sign.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: A residence on Polo Road was the scene of a reported car theft. A man reported that his wife’s car, valued at $7,500, was stolen. He also said that his wallet with miscellaneous items including a set of keys was taken from his work vehicle while it was parked in the driveway.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Felipe De Jesus Zuniga-Silva, 20, was arrested on several charges, including driving without a license, no proof of insurance, no registration and displaying fictitious license plates.RIFLE: Police were called out to a fight in progress at 410 E. 25th St. on Nov. 8. Brett Berger and Brad Berger, both 20, were charged with minors in possession of alcohol. Brad was also charged with disorderly conduct for fighting,GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Police arrested Samantha Del Barcum, 20, for felony theft at Target.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Police are investigating the report of an adult male paying for merchandise with counterfeit bills.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Nine young adults were cited for underage drinking at the Ramada Nov. 12 after a report of a loud party. Curtis Allan Sveinsson, 19, Kathryn Dakota Adams, 19, Ryan Thomas Kirk, 18, and 20-year-olds Eleni Rose Mahleres, Chad Simmons Cook, Rebecca Ann Cooley, Derek James Cisneros, Joseph Edward Nagle and Matthew Michael Sotelo were all issued summons Nagle was also charged with false reporting.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO
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