On Nov. 1, a 19-year-old man asked Glenwood Springs police for a ride home, then became belligerent. That man, Justin Schue of Glenwood Springs, was allegedly intoxicated. He was arrested on suspicion of underage drinking. On Nov. 3, Glenwood Springs police received a report of an intoxicated man hanging around near Grand Avenue Liquors. When they arrived, a woman told police she saw the man urinate on the building. When police approached the man, they reportedly caught him urinating. James Dugan, 41, listed as a transient from Missouri, was arrested for suspicion of urinating in public. -On Nov. 1, Jose Hector Del-Cid-Guevara, 26, of Glenwood Springs was arrested for suspicion of drunken driving, criminal impersonation and unsafe backing after allegedly being involved in an accident in the parking lot of City Market. -On Nov. 2, Glenwood Springs police were approached by two women. One said she was involved in a fight with her boyfriend, Rodney O’Brien, 51, of New Castle. He was arrested on suspicion of criminal mischief and released on a municipal summons. The woman, Dianna Lynn Kruis, 47, of Glenwood Springs, was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault. -On Nov. 4, a couple was contacted by Glenwood Springs police about a fight they had been in. Vicky Ponce, 33, of Glenwood Springs was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault and lodged in jail. -On Nov. 4, Glenwood Springs police were dispatched to a report of a disturbance at a residence off Highway 6. Police reported finding that Linda Lee O’Leary, 39, of Glenwood Springs allegedly hit one of her children while in an argument. She was arrested on suspicion of harassment.
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