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 SpringsBar fight – Police responded to a fight at the Bayou. They arrested Michael James Windscheffel, 22, for assault and harassment.Assault – Officers answered a cold domestic violence disturbance call. They arrested Emiliano Villatoro, 26, for third-degree assault.Smokers – A student resource officer cited a juvenile for possessing a pack of cigarettes and petty theft at Glenwood Springs Middle School. In a separate incident, police cited Matthew Alan Curry, 22, for smoking within 15 feet of an entryway near a Grand Avenue address downtown.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle for speeding on Midland Ave. They arrested Doroteo Melchor-Gonzalez, 27, for driving without a license, speeding, DUI and failure to provide proof of insurance.Burglary – He must love Coca-Cola. Glenwood Springs Police officer heard hushed voices and saw the torsos of two young men walking behind stacks of cases of Coca-Cola in the Coca-Cola warehouse on Devereux Road in the middle of the night. The officer had responded to an alarm at the warehouse and noticed a door was open. He went in to investigate and arrested 19-year-old Justin Michael Montover of Glenwood Springs. Montover was booked on charges of theft and second-degree burglary. The 17-year-old juvenile was cited with the same charges.RifleAssault – Police received a complaint that a child had been assaulted at Rifle Middle School. A 12-year-old male was issued a summons for harassment.Restraining order – Police responded to a report of a protection order violation. They learned that Paul Marquiss violated the order by contacting his wife. He was arrested for robbery, burglary, third-degree assault, disorderly conduct, violation of a protection order and domestic violence.Rollover – Police responded to a rollover on Railroad Avenue. A small passenger car was driving at high speed and struck a parked vehicle, causing the passenger car to flip. The driver of the passenger car, Spencer Ross Bizardi, 24, was transported to Grand River Hospital with minor injuries. Police learned he was driving while intoxicated. He was cited for DUI, failure to have compulsory insurance, reckless driving, open container and safety belt violation. Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO
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