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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.

May 19: DUI – Police contacted the driver of a vehicle suspected of almost running into two parked cars. Gabriel Bautista Santiago, 27, of Englewood, was arrested on suspicion of DUI, failure to provide proof of insurance, careless driving and driving without a valid license.May 18: Resisting arrest – Police responded to a report of an intoxicated male in the hallway of an apartment building. Police believe the man provided a false name, resisted arrest and had cocaine. Gregorio De Jesus Aguilar, 28, of Glenwood Springs, was arrested on suspicion of false reportingMay 18: Jail mischief – Deputies answered a report that an inmate at the Garfield County Jail broke a cell door’s window. Damage was estimated at $400. Deputies cited Mark Allen Marler, 55, with criminal mischief.May 17: Over serving – Police believe a visibly intoxicated person was served alcohol at the Roxie. Club employees Sarah Escalante, 25, of Glenwood Springs, and Wade Spruill, 36, of Glenwood Springs, were both cited with giving alcohol to a visibly intoxicated person.May 17: Assault – Police responded to a disturbance call. An elderly female reported being shoved by her son, who was trespassing at her home. Police arrested Lowell Charles Haag, 50, on suspicion of trespassing and crime against an at-risk adult.May 17: DUI – Police stopped a vehicle suspected of weaving. They arrested Mario Garza, 27, of Fort Summer, N.M., on suspicion of DUI and weaving.May 16: Marijuana – Garfield County deputies stopped a vehicle suspected of driving without a license plate. They cited Manny Osorio Rodriguez, 20, of Glenwood Springs, with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.May 15: Assault – Deputies responded to a report of a man who assaulted his parents. Deputies arrested Dustin Greer, 25, of Glenwood Springs, on suspicion of third-degree assault and possession of a controlled substance. Deputies believe he was under the influence of hallucinogens.May 5: Attempted escape – Deputies responded to a report of an attempted escape by an inmate at the Garfield County Jail. They cited Ryan Douglas Rowley, 26, of Conifer, with attempted escape.

May 18: Theft – Deputies investigated a report of a burglary at a residence on Highway 82. Damage and the value of stolen items estimated at $40,000. No suspects were immediately located and the case is under investigation.

May 17: Bear – Deputies received a report of a bear trying to get into a house near New Castle. They didn’t find the bear, but they did see a damaged window screen where the bear tried to get in. The Colorado Division of Wildlife was notified of the incident.

May 13: Domestic disturbance – Police responded to a domestic violence call. They arrested Tana Hayden on suspicion of violating a protection order.May 10: Assault – Police answered a report of an assault. They arrested Peter Eriksen on suspicion of assault.May 10: Bar check – Police entered a bar for a routine check. They believe Christopher Krank, 21, of Wisconsin, tried to assault a bar employee. Krank was arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct.May 7: Warrant – Travis Gitchel turned himself in for an outstanding warrant for distribution of a controlled substance.

May 15: Dog bite – Deputies responded to a report of a dog bite. They believe the suspect’s dog jumped a fence and attacked a puppy being walked by a boy. Deputies believe a neighbor went to help the boy and the puppy and was also attacked. Deputies cited Kiersten Christina Callender, 22, of Parachute, with a dog at large and vicious animal citation.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO

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