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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 – During routine bar checks, police observed two men allegedly smoking marijuana on 7th Street not far from Grand Avenue. They cited William Scott McGarrity, 43, and Manuel Archuletta, 42, with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.Illegal dumping – Police cited Genaro Aguilar-Revilla, 39, with abandonment of a motor vehicle. Police responded to a city employee reporting the man towing a vehicle and leaving it on city property just south of the coke ovens.Baseball dugout – Police cited Emory Lee Hobbs Jr., 48, and James Harrison Harper II, 49, for unauthorized habitation, camping or sleeping. They two were suspected of sleeping in the dugout of the baseball field at Sayre Park.Bar fight – Police answered a disturbance call at Doc Holiday’s Bar. They arrested Justin Curtis Willman, 26, on suspicion of two counts of harassment and one count of introducing contraband.DUI – Police responded to a report of an intoxicated driver. They stopped the vehicle and arrested Timothy Paul Jackson, 45, on suspicion of DUI.

Animal cruelty – Police responded to a disturbance call. They transported a man for medical treatment for an injury he received from a shard of glass. Someone later contacted police and told them Paul Padilla killed her cat and left it in the residence. Padilla was arrested on suspicion of aggravated animal cruelty.Disturbance – Police responded to a report of domestic violence. They arrested Greg Paul Nez, 20, on suspicion of third-degree assault, criminal mischief and domestic violence.Careless driving – Police cited Chris Sims for careless driving. Sims allegedly narrowly missed two pedestrians.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO

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