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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.

Resisting arrest – Garfield County sheriff deputies responded to the detox center at the request of the Carbondale Fire Department. They say Kip Wilson Kihlstrom of Craig, 37, became combative and attempted to hit medical personnel and deputies. Kihlstrom was Tased twice and arrested on suspicion of two counts of obstructing a peace officer and one count of resisting arrest.Harassment – Deputies responded to a report of menacing at a residence. They arrested Joseph Paul Duddleston, 35, on suspicion of felony menacing, first-degree criminal trespass, possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal mischief. James Cody Mitchell of Glenwood Springs, 28, was arrested on suspicion of bias-motivated crimes, possession of drug paraphernalia and harassment.Dog – Deputies took a report of a dog bite at a residence. Diana Bealka Mundinger of Glenwood Springs, 48, was cited with a dog-license-required violation.Disturbance – Deputies were dispatched to a report of a disturbance at the Piñon Pines Apartments. They believe Jose Vernal Cano of Glenwood Springs, 30, forced his way into the apartment and shoved someone, then tried to stop the person from calling authorities. Vernal Cano was arrested on suspicion of harassment, obstructing telephone service and possession of a forged instrument.Restraining order violation – Deputies determined an inmate, Jose Manuel Villagrana of Rifle, 19, tried to mail a letter to a friend asking the friend to contact someone. Deputies believe Manuel Villagrana was trying to contact the person in violation of a restraining order.DUI – Deputies stopped a vehicle allegedly being driven on the sidewalk. They arrested Jeanette Rose McCollum, 23, on suspicion of DUI and careless driving.

Harassment – Deputies responded to a disturbance call at Coal Ridge High School. They determined four students confronted another student who was sitting in the hall. They allegedly threw his bag and computer. One 17-year-old male was arrested on suspicion of harassment, disorderly conduct and unlawful conduct on public property.

Trespass – Deputies were advised of possible trespassing. They were informed that vegetable oil was poured on the end of someone’s driveway by a neighbor. Deputies cited Alan Franklin Dwire of Rifle, 61, with third-degree criminal trespass.Domestic dispute – Deputies responded to a domestic dispute. They arrested Orville Duane Miller of Rifle, 47, on suspicion of child abuse, criminal mischief, and two counts of harassment.Contempt – Deputies responded to a report of two suspicious males in a field. They arrested Michael Joseph Salazar of Rifle, 20, on an outstanding warrant for contempt of court on an original charge of possession of marijuana.Vehicular homicide warrant – Police contacted a vehicle thought to be suspicious after hours at Deerfield Park. A passenger, Robert Joseph Wolff, 20, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for vehicular homicide from Craig.Impersonation – Police stopped a vehicle for driving without a license plate light. They determined Cindy Leigh Lester, 45, was driving while her license was under restraint and provided a false name to try to avoid being arrested. She was arrested on suspicion of driving under restraint, criminal impersonation and driving with defective tail lamps.

Criminal mischief – Deputies responded to a domestic violence report. They were told a woman threw hot coffee on her husband and threw a statue at him. Gina Ann Green of Parachute, 43, was arrested on suspicion of harassment and criminal mischief.

Trespass – Deputies on patrol noticed someone entered a storage facility. They used a dog to track the scent to a residence. The next day a juvenile told deputies he and a friend were inside the facility. Two 16-year-olds were cited with criminal trespass charges.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO

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