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: Police were notified of a shoplifter in custody at a grocery store. Investigation showed that the male had previously been arrested for shoplifting from the same store and had been warned not to return. Jonathan Andrew Peterson, 20, was arrested and police found a handgun in his clothing and what they thought was a small amount of marijuana. That turned out to be a cooking herb, testing found. Peterson was charged with unlawfully carrying a concealed weapon and second-degree criminal trespass.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Police responded to a call of a suspicious female lying on the ground at a residence. They contacted her and noticed signs of alcohol intoxication. A resident signed a criminal complaint for trespassing and June Ann Freeman, 46, was arrested.GLENWOOD SPRINGS: Two men fought outside of a downtown bar and were taken into custody. Travis Wayne Galloway, 22, and Andrew Christopher Soby, 25, were charged with fighting. Galloway was charged with assault and Soby was charged with resisting arrest.CARBONDALE: Neighbors in Carbondale were having a dispute about land. One neighbor emptied a bag of trash on the other’s driveway. She began yelling profanities when the other neighbor attempted to take pictures of the trash. Donna Lee Whitmore, 49, was cited for harassment and littering.RIFLE: Police stopped a vehicle for careless driving. The driver initially failed to yield to emergency lights and sirens. Ted Lamp, 40, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.RIFLE: Police investigated a report of a vehicle stolen from Whiteriver Avenue. Another vehicle was stolen earlier from Railroad Avenue. They were later found on Fravert Reservoir Road. Both sustained extensive damage. Police arrested Jose Villagran, Mauricio Garcia-Pena, 20, Serjio Ramirez, 19, and a juvenile.RIFLE: Police responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle on East 17th Street and arrested Arturo Cordova, 18, for driving under the influence of alcohol, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of alcohol by a minor and compulsory insurance.SILT: Sheriff’s deputies investigated a call of domestic violence and arrested William Kyle Allen, 19, for harassment.SILT: Sheriff’s deputies contacted a speeding vehicle on I-70 outside Silt and observed drug paraphernalia in the vehicle. A search also revealed suspected cocaine. Gregory Carl Rogers, 33, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was also cited for speeding.BATTLEMENT MESA: Sheriff’s deputies responded to an EMS call in Battlement Mesa where a male was believed to be overdosing on prescription drugs. Deputies learned about a domestic violence incident that occurred the previous night and arrested Edward Arthur Ankarstran, 37, for false imprisonment and harassment.BATTLEMENT MESA: A woman called the sheriff’s office stating that her vehicle had been stolen. It was located wrecked outside of Rifle. Her husband’s cell phone was found in the vehicle. When contacted by authorities, he admitted to wrecking the vehicle and failing to report it. He also said he told his wife to report the vehicle as stolen. Justin August Daugherty, 26, was cited for careless driving, failure to notify police of an accident and false reporting. Krista Ann Wamser, 25, was cited for false reporting.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO
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