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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.

Correction – The Post Independent on Dec. 4 misidentified someone who allegedly stole $5 from a cash machine near 1220 Devereux Road. Nadine Marie O’Brien, 25, actually was not cited for the crime. The Post Independent apologizes for the error.

Weapon at school – Someone contacted police about a weapons violation at Glenwood Springs High School. A 16-year-old male was cited for possession of a weapon at school and possession of an illegal weapon. Glenwood Springs Police Lt. Bill Kimminau said the male was spotted with a pocketknife that was 3.5 to 4 inches long, slightly over what’s considered legal to carry concealed. He said the student apparently forgot it was in his pocket when he came to school.Theft – Police answered a report of theft at Target. Kristin Ann Streif, 22, was arrested on suspicion of petty theft.Harassment – Police answered a report of a disturbance at the Roxie. They arrested Steve Solorio Rincon, 22, on suspicion of harassment.Harassment – Police responded to a motel for a report of domestic violence. They arrested John Michale O’Brien, 40, on suspicion of harassment and violating a restraining order.Dog at large – Police cited Dan Gene Erickson, 45, on a dog at large violation.DUI – Police answered a report of someone damaging property at a motel and then leaving. They stopped the suspected vehicle and arrested Aaron Gray Butler, 24, on suspicion of driving under the influence, driving under restraint, speeding and criminal mischief.DUID – Police stopped a vehicle suspected of speeding. They cited Corey D Sherman, 21, on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, speeding, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Nicholas Kharabadze, 22, also was cited for possession of marijuana.



Assault – Police responded to a report of a fight in progress. They arrested William Henry June, 23, and Delbert Velasquez Jr., 27, on charges including third-degree assault, bias-motivated crime and obstructing a peace officer. One alleged victim received medical attention at the Grand River Medical Center.Domestic disturbance – Police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance. They arrested Monique Contreras, 26, on suspicion of third-degree assault and domestic violence. Juan Contreras, 30, was arrested on a warrant involving a previous domestic dispute.Domestic disturbance – Police responded to a domestic violence incident. They arrested Phillip Carlson on suspicion of assault and domestic violence.Theft – Police responded to a report of a theft. They believe Andrew Eichhorn, 42, used a fake receipt to take a television. He was arrested on suspicion of forgery, criminal possession of a forged instrument and theft.False reporting – Police responded to a report of someone selling drugs at a bar, but ended up citing Leticia Sanchez, 31, with false reporting after determining the individual was not selling drugs.DUI – Police contacted a vehicle suspected of hitting a lamppost and becoming stuck on a landscaping boulder. The driver, Spencer Lucas, 18, was arrested on suspicion of DUI and careless driving.Wrong way – Police stopped a vehicle believed to be traveling in reverse on Whiteriver Avenue. They arrested Sheldon Johnson, 34, on suspicion of DUI, careless driving and an open container violation.DUI – Police responded to a car accident. They determined a pickup truck left the road, hit a fence on two sides of a property, crossed onto another property and hit several parked vehicles in a driveway. They arrested David Paul King, 28, on suspicion of DUI and careless driving.


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