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.
Mom vs. daughter – Police answered a disturbance call at the River Meadows Mobile Home Park. Police believe a mother and daughter were in an argument that turned physical as they drove down Midland Avenue. They cited Kacy Murray, 33, and Carol Sue Oliver, 54, for fighting.Fight – Police answered a call reporting a fight at the Roxie. They believe Karinda Sills, 41, initiated the incident and hit another person. They cited her for assault.Menacing – Police answered a report of menacing at the First Choice Inn. Officers went to the suspects’ room. Adult male suspects left by climbing out the window. Officers chased them and believe they captured one of two suspects. Eli Paz Renteria Vargas, 23, was arrested on suspicion of menacing and obstructing a peace officer.Trespassing – Police contacted a suspected illegal camper and trespassing suspect at Safeway. They arrested Jose Ruis, 26, on suspicion of trespassing and unauthorized habitation, camping and sleeping.Sayre Park – Police answered a report of an intoxicated male harassing citizens by Sayre Park. They arrested Mark Allen Marler, 54, on a harassment charge.Assault – Police answered a report of domestic violence and arrested Ryan Shane Dooley, 31, on suspicion of assault.Assault – Police responded to a report of an assault downtown. They arrested Darin Thomas Ryan, 30, on suspicion of assault.
Fireworks fire – Police answered a report of a fire in the 200 block of East Ninth Street. They believe people were setting off illegal fireworks that caused the fire. They arrested Ross Hunter, 23, and Austin Coryell, 21.Kidnapping – Police answered a report of an assault and kidnapping. They believe Jamie Babcock and Derek McManus assaulted two others, forced them into a vehicle and took them somewhere along County Road 242. Police believe additional assault occurred at that location. Babcock and McManus were arrested later on charges of assault and kidnapping.No sleep – Sheriff’s deputies responded to a disturbance on County Road 320. Deputies believe a female struck her boyfriend in the head because he would not let her sleep. They arrested Connie Kay Shelton, 44, on a harassment charge.DUI – Officers observed a vehicle weaving and contacted the vehicle on Whiteriver Avenue. They arrested Carl Wilkinson, 29, on suspicion of DUI, careless driving and lack of compulsory insurance.Fire – Police were dispatched to a report of a fire burning. They believe five people were in a ravine drinking alcohol with a small fire burning. They issued a summons to three juveniles for underage consumption of alcohol and also cited another for burning during the fire ban. Jacob Snyder, 18, was issued a summons for underage consumption of alcohol and distributing alcohol to minors. Joshua Jones, 24, was cited for open container and distributing alcohol to minors.Assault – Police responded to a disturbance report and arrested Steven Livingston, 38, on an assault charge. They say Livingston admitted to assaulting a person twice.Domestic – Police answered a call of domestic violence at a residence. They believe Cody Christensen, 39, pushed his wife and took the phone from her when she tried to call for help, throwing the phone and causing it to break. Christensen was arrested.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO
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A restriction on outdoor water use for Glenwood Springs city water customers is in place Saturday night until 8 a.m. Monday following heavy weekend rains over both the Grizzly Creek and Lake Christine burn scars.