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.
Gel – Police answered a report of a theft at a grocery store. They believe Jason Nicholas Jones, 23, stole lubricating gel worth $11. They contacted him in his vehicle in the parking lot and cited him with theft, DUI and failure to provide proof of insurance.Failed robbery – Police answered a report of an attempted robbery at a gas station. They were advised that a man entered the gas station and demanded money. The man’s request for money was refused and he left the store.DUI – Police responded to an accident in a hotel parking lot. They arrested Gregory Alan Williams, 38, on suspicion of possession of marijuana, DUI, unsafe backing and leaving the scene of an accident without providing required information.DUI – Police responded to a report of an intoxicated male walking down Sixth Street stopping vehicles. They observed the man backing out of a parking spot and arrested Jacob Daniel Johnson, 26, on suspicion of DUI and driving under restraint.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle believed to be speeding and weaving on Grand Avenue. They arrested Michael Lee Glenn, 30, on suspicion of DUI, careless driving, failure to provide proof of insurance and driving under restraint.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle believed to be speeding on Donegan Road. They arrested Miguel Angel Castillo, 23, on suspicion of DUI, speeding and failure to provide proof of insurance.DUI – Police responded to a report of traffic violations and stopped a vehicle they believe failed to signal for a turn and was weaving. They arrested Pedro Jimenez Martinez, 31, on suspicion of DUI and driving without a license.
Bullet – Police received a report of a bullet hole in the ceiling of an apartment. They believe the owner discharged a gun and didn’t report it to police. Emily West was cited with prohibited use of weapons.Smoking – Police answered a report of a potential hazard. They contacted Klint Cooley, 31, for smoking near fuel pumps and determined that he had an active warrant for burglary. Cooley was arrested.DUI – Police answered a report of a hit-and-run accident. They followed the suspected vehicle and observed it lose control and roll. Police arrested Kimberly Reiner, 42, on suspicion of DUI, hit-and-run, compulsory insurance and careless driving.Traffic violations – Police stopped a vehicle believed to be driving without headlights on Railroad Avenue. The vehicle was towed and Jeorani Corado, 23, was cited for driving without a license, compulsory insurance and failure to use headlights when required.Trespassing – Police were advised that William June didn’t leave a bar after being asked to leave several times. They arrested him on suspicion of trespassing.Harassment – Police were on another call when they determined Keith Bozeman harassed a roommate. He was arrested.Nursing home – Police answered a report of an assault on a staff member at a nursing home. No charges were filed after investigation.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO
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