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.
Prohibited camping – Police arrested five people on suspicion of littering, trespassing and unauthorized habitation, camping and sleeping. Officers were investigating trespassing and an illegal camping site on the hill above Wal-Mart. They arrested Brandon Jay Shotton, 37, Paul Vincent Friel, 47, Lori Dee Komaniecki, 48, Betty Ann Janes, 50, and Shawn Jeffery Philpott, 33.Wrong way – Police stopped a vehicle allegedly being driven the wrong way down the one-way segment of Colorado Avenue. They arrested Benjamin Ryan White, 23, on suspicion of driving the wrong way, DUI, driving under restraint and failure to provide proof of insurance.Bicycle DUI – Near Eighth Street and Grand Avenue, police observed a woman riding a bicycle into the street and believe she almost caused an accident. They arrested Tiffany Jane Klausing, 24, on suspicion of DUI, careless driving and resisting arrest.DWAI – Police stopped a vehicle suspected of careless driving. They arrested Hayley Blair Conklin, 20, on suspicion of driving while ability impaired by alcohol, careless driving and failure to provide proof of insurance.DUI – Police responded to an accident. They arrested Jacob Alan Sommers, 22, on suspicion of DUI and careless driving.Fight – Police responded to a report of a fight at the Bayou. They cited Scott Allan Gonzales, 24, with assault and resisting arrest. Chad Allen Hamby, 32, and Douglas Leon Stull, 43, were cited for fighting. Harassment – Police investigated a report of a man driving recklessly around his ex-girlfriend and threatening her and her husband. They arrested Charles Keith Trujillo on suspicion of menacing, harassment and reckless driving.Employee theft – Police responded to an employee theft at Target. They arrested Elizabeth Macias Montes, 22, on suspicion of theft and possession of a schedule two controlled substance. Noise – Police answered a report of a noise complaint for loud music. They cited Guadalupe Olivas Flores, 45, with a noise violation.Auto theft – A vehicle valued at $2,500 was stolen from the Roaring Fork Inn and Cabins parking lot. There were no immediate suspects.
Missiles – Police answered a report of criminal mischief near Ninth Street and Whiteriver Avenue. They cited a 15-year-old male with throwing stones or missiles.Harassment – Police responded to a report of an assault and cited Celeste Schulz, 48, with harassment.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle for suspected traffic offenses. They arrested Glen Madison Sell for DUI, careless driving, driving under revocation and a restraining order violation.Disturbance – Police investigated a domestic disturbance. They arrested Henry Cherry, 63, on suspicion of harassment and domestic violence.Obstructing – Police contacted Linda Garrison, 48, on a separate matter. She was arrested on suspicion of obstructing a peace officer.Disturbance – Police answered a report of a domestic disturbance. James Griffis was arrested on suspicion of harassment and domestic violence.Disturbance – Police answered a report of a domestic disturbance. They arrested Myron Miller, 27, on suspicion of domestic violence, harassment and obstruction of telephone service.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO
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