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.
Hit-and-run – Police contacted Marc Kendall Schlatter, 35, for a suspected hit-and-run accident. Schlatter was arrested on an outstanding warrant.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle suspected of weaving and driving with a brake light out. They arrested Hector Sustaita, 29, on suspicion of DUI.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle suspected of careless driving on icy roads. They arrested Joseph Michael Gonzales, 42, on suspicion of DUI, careless driving and failure to provide immediate proof of insurance.DUI – Police contacted a vehicle suspected of careless driving. They arrested Daniel Garcia, 28, on suspicion of DUI, careless driving, and violating restrictions on a temporary driving permit.DWAI – Police stopped a vehicle suspected of speeding. Scott Michael Levine, 43, was arrested on suspicion of speeding and driving while ability impaired by alcohol.Dog – Police were notified of a dog running loose in Wal-Mart. A Basset hound was taken into custody and released to an adult until the owner returned.Disturbance – Police arrived at the Glenwood Motor Inn to look into a report of a disturbance. They arrested Tami Sue Fisher, 40, on suspicion of criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.Underage consumption – Police responded to a report of a fight. They cited Mario Hernandez Arellanez, 18, with underage possession or consumption of alcohol. A 17-year-old was issued the same citation, and another 17-year-old was cited for underage possession of tobacco.
Resisting arrest – Police attempted to stop a vehicle for a suspected traffic infraction. The occupants of the vehicle allegedly got out at a residence and began resisting police. Jeff Allen, 28, was arrested on suspicion of reckless driving, eluding a police officer, DUI, obstructing a police officer and child abuse. Erin Allen, 26, was arrested on suspicion of resisting arrest, obstructing a police officer and child abuse.Harassment – Police responded to a report of harassment. They believe Ronald Koop, 53, of Silt, sent explicit photos to a female co-worker’s cell phone. Koop was arrested on suspicion of harassment.Harassment – Police answered a report of domestic violence. They arrested John S. Edwards, 45, on suspicion of prohibited use of weapons.Underage consumption – Police answered a call of domestic disturbance. They arrested Andrew Stanton, 19, on suspicion of underage possession or consumption of alcohol and for an outstanding warrant.DUI – Police contacted a vehicle for suspected traffic infractions. They arrested Leticia Maureen Sanchez, 31, on suspicion of DUI, driving under restraint, compulsory insurance and careless driving.DUI – Police stopped a vehicle believed to have run a red light. They arrested Glen Curtis Long, 42, on suspicion of DUI and careless driving.DUI – Police contacted a vehicle suspected of not stopping at a stop light. They arrested Justin Fazzi, 25, of Rifle, on suspicion of DUI and disobeying a traffic device.
DUI – Deputies contacted a vehicle reportedly stopped in the middle of a road in Battlement Mesa. They allegedly found an intoxicated driver, and cocaine and marijuana inside the vehicle. Forrest Garrett Cairns, 26, of Utah, was arrested on suspicion of DUI, failure to provide immediate proof of insurance, displaying fictitious plates, an open container of alcohol violation, stopping in the roadway, driving with vision obstructed through required glass, drug charges, and for an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on a traffic violation.Harassment – Deputies answered a report of domestic violence. They arrested Justin Wayne Stutts, 26, on suspicion of harassment and criminal mischief.Eluding – Deputies attempted to stop a vehicle in the Battlement Mesa area for a suspected traffic violation and the driver allegedly sped up and attempted to get away. After stopping at a residence, Marvin Charles Laman III, 34, of Parachute, allegedly got out of the vehicle and ran toward the house before being arrested. He was taken into custody on suspicion of DUI, attempting to elude a police officer, speeding, driving under restraint, and for an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on a traffic offense.
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