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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.

Domestic violence – Police responded to a disturbance call at a residence on Sky Ranch Drive. They contacted a woman who fled her residence to a neighbor’s house. She told police Gregory Jonathon Roy, 58, used foul language, pushed her down at least three times and ripped her shirt. Roy was arrested and has been charged with criminal mischief, harassment and domestic violence.Feeding wildlife – A Pitkin Avenue home owner was cited for feeding of wildlife. The owner has been warned about bear-related trash ordinances before and has failed to follow it.Bar alley – Officers were made aware of suspected drug activity downtown. They investigated and arrested Rodrigo Javier Munos Rico, 34, who they believe was attempting to sell drugs in the alley behind the Roxie. He was also held on charges of criminal attempt and resisting arrest.Trespass – Police answered a disturbance call at the Springs Bar. They arrested Richard Carrington Hall, 45, on charges of disorderly conduct and trespassing.Fraud – Officers received a report of a suspected fraud in progress at U.S. Bank. They arrested Lorenzo Tlaymotzin Villa Villa, 31, on charges of possession of a forged instrument and identity theft.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle driving erratically near the Grand Avenue bridge. They arrested Theodore Duane Rasmussen, 34, on suspicion of DUI and careless driving.

Close call – A Garfield County deputy advised police of a vehicle that almost ran into his patrol vehicle. Police stopped the vehicle and arrested Pearl Bailey, 32, on suspicion of DUI.DUI – Police observed a vehicle backing into a truck. They arrested Christopher Thornton, 20, on suspicion of DUI.Harassment – An employee of a Rifle business reported a coworker subjected people to unwanted physical contact and would not allow the alleged victim to leave. Edward Caquias, 30, was cited for harassment and false imprisonment.Dog – A citizen reported their lawn being destroyed by dog urine and seeing a dog urinating on her neighbor’s lawn. The citizen signed a complaint against the owner, Julia Torres Torres, 35, who was cited for dog running at large and not having tags for her pet.Domestic – Police were contacted by an alleged victim of domestic violence. They arrested Robert Salazar for third-degree assault and domestic violence.Blow dart – Police answered an assault call on Park Avenue. They believe a juvenile was shot with a blow dart gun and threatened with a knife. They arrested Joshua Arruda on charges of second-degree assault and felony menacing.Assault – Police answered an assault call on June Avenue. They believe Leland Freeman, 42, grabbed someone by the throat. He was cited for harassment.DWAI – Police stopped a vehicle they believe committed traffic offenses. They believe the driver was intoxicated. They cited Edgar Palacios for DWAI and failure to dim high beams.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO

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