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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.

Marijuana – Police contacted someone in a vehicle about a parking violation. They believe the subject had a marijuana pipe and tampered with evidence. Police arrested Michael Jerome McGuire, 45, on suspicion of possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, obstructing a peace officer and tampering with physical evidence. Rosa McGuire, 36, was cited for a parking violation.Hotel fight – Police answered a call of a fight at the Hotel Colorado. They arrested Michael Lucero, 35, on suspicion of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Antonio Reynoso Muñoz, 41, was arrested on a fighting charge.Drinking – Police answered a call of underage drinking in the Two Rivers Park parking lot. Police cited Mark G. Roseman, 19, for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and underage consumption of alcohol. Dana Evaleena Mytty, 18, was cited for carrying a concealed weapon and underage consumption of alcohol. A few nights earlier, police arrested Corey Wayne Middleton, 20, for underage consumption of alcohol at the park. They also arrested Christopher Wayne Hardy, 20, on suspicion of felony menacing and underage consumption of alcohol.DUI – Police answered a call of a drunk driver on Highway 6. Police stopped the vehicle and arrested Juan Ponce De Leon Mendez, 22, on suspicion of DUI, driving without a license, careless driving and failure to provide proof of insurance.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle driving erratically on Midland Avenue. They arrested Dayna Renee Spencer, 33, on suspicion of DUI and careless driving.DUI – Police observed a vehicle in an accident near the Bayou Bar. They stopped the vehicle and arrested James Edward Griffin, 25, on suspicion of DUI and unsafe backing.Fight – A bartender reported two people fighting in front of Doc Holliday’s bar. Police cited Christopher Gottschalck, 21, and James Charles Klein, 41, for fighting.Marijuana – Police stopped a vehicle for not stopping at a stop sign. They said they smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle. They arrested Jesse David Vega, 18, on suspicion of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and failing to obey a stop sign. Mauricio Villa Garciapene, 20, was arrested for possession of marijuana.Disorderly conduct – Police were dispatched to a disturbance call. They arrested Lacie Goodrum, 26, on suspicion of disorderly conduct and obstructing a police officer.

DUI – Police found a cell phone in the bushes near City Hall. They answered a call on it and learned the owner of the phone was waiting for a friend in a vehicle. Police located the vehicle. They arrested Patrick Sheridan, 27, on suspicion of DUI and having an open container of alcohol in a vehicle.Trespass – Police responded to a motel for a report of a man drinking and swimming in the pool. They believe Bobbie Honeycutt Jr. was trespassing and was not allowed to be there. Police say he left the scene in a stolen vehicle. Honeycutt Jr. was arrested on charges of aggravated motor vehicle theft and trespassing.Harassment – Police answered a report of harassment on West Third Street. They arrested Saul Loya, 27, on suspicion of domestic violence, harassment and a restraining order violation. They believe he contacted an alleged victim from jail.Wrong way – Police stopped a vehicle on Highway 6. They believe Shawn Hicks was driving the wrong way. He was arrested on suspicion of possession of marijuana and methamphetamine, driving with a suspended license and having outstanding warrants.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle for traffic violations. They believe Kenneth Barber, 42, was driving under the influence of alcohol and possessed a weapon. He was arrested.Harassment – Police were dispatched to a 911 hang up call on Elder Court. They arrested Marin Iberra, 31. Police believe he damaged his wife’s property, threatened her life and gave a false name to officers.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO

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