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.
May 12: Rooftop mischief ” Police responded to a report of someone trespassing and discovered a man on a roof near Seventh Street and Grand Avenue. They believe Miles Bishop Flemins, 22, of Eagle, broke a piece of the roof worth $40. They took him to the hospital for medical treatment and cited him with criminal trespass and criminal mischief.
May 11: DUI ” Police answered a call about a drunk driver in a parking lot. They investigated and allegedly discovered hallucinogenic mushrooms in the vehicle. Police arrested Cory James Tresik, 51, of Glenwood Springs, on suspicion of DUI and possession of a schedule one controlled substance.
May 10: DUID ” Police were advised of a vehicle driving carelessly toward Glenwood. They spotted it weaving and cited G. Michael Cooper, 64, of Aspen, with driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. A few hours later, Cooper was arrested on suspicion of trespassing at a towing lot.
May 9: Spitting ” Police investigated a complaint that someone spit on the counter of a restaurant. They cited James Sobers, 46, of Glenwood Springs, with criminal tampering.
May 8: Fight ” Officers responded to a report of a fight. They believe a woman was in an altercation with a juvenile female. Iris Deyanira Apodaca, 18, of Rifle, and the juvenile were both cited with fighting.
May 8: DUI ” Police contacted a suspicious vehicle and determined the driver was intoxicated. They arrested Christopher Todd Woodward, 37, on suspicion of DUI.
May 8: DUI ” Police observed a vehicle allegedly fail to signal for two turns and disobey a stop sign. They arrested Daniel Munoz Garza, 21, of Silt, on suspicion of DUI, no proof of insurance, failing to signal for a turn and failing to obey a stop sign.
May 8: Wrong way ” Police believe a driver traveled the wrong way on a one-way street or roundabout. They arrested Dwayne L. Fox, 47, of Clifton, on suspicion of DUI and driving the wrong way on a one-way street.
May 7: Trespass ” Police responded to a report of an assault at a liquor store. They arrested Nicholas Russell Janes, 23, of New Castle, on suspicion of trespassing, criminal mischief and fighting.
May 7: Indecent exposure ” Police responded to a report of indecent exposure near a bus stop on Highway 6. They arrested Michael Layne Fuselier, 55, of Lake Charles, La., on suspicion of indecent exposure.
May 6: Child abuse ” Police responded to a parking lot for a report of child abuse. They observed two small kids apparently left inside a vehicle unattended. Police cited Michael Alexander Newton, 38, of Silt, with child abuse.
May 6: Hot pots ” Police answered a complaint about people drinking along the riverbank of the Colorado River. They cited Greg Ivan Kline, 26, of Idaho Springs, and Abby A. Kenney, 31, of Avon, on suspicion of trespassing.
May 5: Bicycle DUI ” Police responded to a disturbance call at a bar. They saw one of the suspects on a bicycle cutting through traffic and nearly getting hit by cars. They arrested Kevin Bruce Gooderham, 43, of Lakewood, on suspicion of riding a bicycle in a careless manner and DUI.
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