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.
Traffic warrant – Police stopped a car for being driven with expired plates. They arrested James William Deyarmond, 42, on suspicion of driving with expired plates, failure to provide proof of insurance, driving under restraint and for having an outstanding arrest warrant.Assault – Police answered a domestic disturbance call on Orchard Lane. They arrested Gabriel M Lucas-Moseros, 47, on suspicion of third-degree assault.Disturbance – Police responded to a report of a disturbance near the Springs Bar. They arrested Shirley M. Walker, 61, on suspicion of obstructing a police officer.Noise – Police answered a noise complaint and cited Georgia Grace Orcutt, 19, for a noise violation.Animal cruelty – Someone told police a dog owner was hitting his dog in his front yard. Police cited Omar Mancinas-Urtuswateigui, 21, for cruelty to animals.
Drugs at school – Police answered a report of a juvenile with drugs inside a Rifle Middle School classroom. A 13-year-old male was cited and released to his mother for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.Football fight – Police answered a report of an assault at a Rifle High School football game. They believe two juveniles were assaulted and the suspects left the area. Police later cited a 15-year-old male for assault and trespassing. Illegal weapon – Police stopped a car for being driven with only one headlight. Jeffrey Sirotek was arrested on suspicion of possession of an illegal weapon, underage consumption or possession of alcohol and possession of drug paraphernalia. Harassment – Police answered a report of a domestic disturbance on Park Avenue. They arrested Fabian Ayala-Velazquez, 23, on suspicion of harassment and domestic violence.Open container – Police stopped a vehicle with no license plate light. They cited Rogelio Flores, 27, for driving on a suspended license, not wearing a seat belt and having an open container of alcohol in a vehicle.Bar fight – Police answered a report of a fight at a bar on Railroad Avenue. Troy Wallace was cited for disorderly conduct. Terry Dutton and Travis Steed were arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct. Joshua Jones was arrested on suspicion of criminal mischief.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle for driving off after almost hitting an officer. The vehicle had driven off and was stopped a few blocks away. Police arrested Richard Cunningham, 27, on suspicion of eluding, DUI, driving under restraint and reckless driving.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle on Railroad Avenue for being driven with no headlights on. They believe the driver was drunk and gave a false name. Police arrested Leo Lucero, 24, on suspicion of DUI, driving under restraint, criminal impersonation and driving without headlights when they’re required.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO
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