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.
Theft – Police took a report of a theft at the AmericInn hotel. The business estimated about $243 was stolen. Police arrested Sean Patrick Egan, 18, on suspicion of petty theft.Impersonation – Police stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on Midland Avenue. They believe that Edgar Castillo Rivera, 22, was driving without a license, didn’t have insurance and also had used false information to get a job. He was cited with criminal impersonation, driving without a license, careless driving and failure to provide proof of insurance.Trespass – Police answered a report of a trespass at a gas station. They arrested Edgardo Mejia, 32, on suspicion of trespassing.Theft – Police answered a report of two people believed to have stolen about $1,400 worth of items from Kmart. Police arrested Desiree Davon Barkley, 30, and Micah James Bradley, 35, on suspicion of theft. Bradley was also charged with theft by receiving. A few days earlier in an unrelated incident, police also arrested Carlos Davila, 21, and Latisha Lynn Valdez, 19, on suspicion of theft from Kmart.Underage drinking – Police answered a report of harassment. They arrested Miguel Angel Carrera-Garcia, 20, on suspicion of underage possession or consumption of alcohol. In an unrelated incident, police also cited Anthony Joseph Hass, 20, Rikki Marie Fetterhoff, 20, and Mark G. Roseman, 19, on suspicion of underage consumption or possession of alcohol.Disturbance – Police answered a disturbance call at a Palmer Avenue residence. They arrested Don A. Case, 36, on suspicion of reckless endangerment and child abuse.DUI – Police answered a report of a disturbance in front of a restaurant on Grand Avenue. Someone told police a woman tried to assault him with her vehicle after yelling obscenities in front of restaurant patrons. Police arrested Lisa Ann Newman, 53, on suspicion of DUI, harassment, criminal attempt, driving under restraint and failure to provide proof of insurance.Dog at large – Someone reported a dog running in the area of Donegan Road. Police took the dog to the CARE unit and cited the owner, Joseph Garza, 44, for dog at large.Assault – Police answered a report of an assault at the First Choice Inn. They believe about $415 worth of personal property was also damaged. Police arrested Nathan Ronald McMullin, 27, on suspicion of assault and criminal mischief.Warrants – Police stopped a vehicle because it did not have tail lights. They arrested David Anthony Iuele Jr., 18, on suspicion of driving under restraint and having three outstanding arrest warrants for failure to appear in court.
Liquor store – Police answered a report of a theft at a liquor store. They believe Glen Sell stole a bottle of alcohol and then shoplifted items from a nearby store. Sell was arrested on suspicion of theft, violation of a protection order and possession of drug paraphernalia.Traffic violations – Police contacted Javier Lopez-Martinez, 29, for a traffic violation. He was cited for driving without a valid license and failing to provide proof of insurance. In an unrelated incident, police contacted Jose Mario Villalobos Delara, 21, for a traffic violation. He was cited for driving without a valid license. In a third separate incident, police contacted Saul Rubio Coyazo, 20, for speeding. They cited him for misusing license plates and failing to provide proof of insurance. Each man’s vehicle was impounded.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO
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