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.
June 30: DUI ” Police stopped a vehicle suspected of careless driving. They arrested Shane Nicholas Strong, 28, of Silt, on suspicion of DUI, failure to provide proof of insurance and driving without a valid license.
June 28: DUI ” Police pulled over a vehicle suspected of weaving, disobeying a red light and having a defective tail light. They arrested Jorge Ochoa Mendez, 31, of Glenwood Springs, on suspicion of DUI, failure to provide proof of insurance and weaving.
June 28: DUI ” Police stopped a vehicle suspected of speeding and arrested Steven Erin Scheuerman, 33, of Centennial, on suspicion of DUI and speeding.
June 27: DUI ” Police contacted a vehicle suspected of impeding traffic on Highway Six. They arrested Luis Bermain Baeza Garcia, 33, on suspicion of DUI, an open container violation and impeding the normal flow of traffic.
June 27: Animal cruelty ” Police cited Shanna Carolyn Olmstead, 28, of Oklahoma, with cruelty to animals. Police said she left a dog locked in her vehicle with no water.
June 27: Warrant ” Police saw Adan Perez Robles, 20, of Glenwood Springs, at Veltus Park and knew he had two active arrest warrants. They picked him up on one for contempt of court in a burglary case, and another for contempt of court on a trespassing charge.
June 27: DUI ” Police stopped a vehicle suspected of disobeying a red light. They arrested William John Smith, 31, of Glenwood Springs, on suspicion of DUI and failing to obey a traffic signal.
June 25: Stolen fireworks ” Garfield County deputies answered a report of about $2,000 worth of fireworks stolen from a vender near Glenwood Springs. There was a description of three males who stole the items, but no suspects were immediately located.
June 25: Open beer ” Police cited Anthony Ryan Hawkins, 19, of Rifle, with an open container violation, underage possession or consumption of alcohol and an active warrant for failure to appear.
June 25: DUI ” Police stopped a vehicle suspected of speeding. They arrested David Sherwood Yates, 34, of Carbondale, on suspicion of DUI and speeding.
June 23: Hit and run ” Police responded to a report of a hit-and-run driver who had alcohol on his breath. Police stopped the suspected vehicle and arrested Michael Shannon, 53, of Glenwood Springs, on suspicion of DUI, failing to report an accident and disobeying a stop sign.
June 22: Concealed salami ” Police responded to a report of shoplifting. They found a “male had concealed salami valued at $4.49” and left the store without paying. Police arrested Kevin Bruce Gooderham, 43, of Lakewood, on suspicion of shoplifting.
June 19: Graffiti ” Police cited a store manager of Safeway with a visual blight graffiti violation for graffiti that was on the back of the building.
June 23: Weapons violation ” Police investigated a report of a weapons violation and arrested Ryan Courter, 29, of Rifle, on suspicion of weapons violations, child abuse and possession of drug paraphernalia.
June 22: DUI ” Police stopped a vehicle suspected of disobeying a stop sign. They arrested Agustin Serna Figueroa, 24, on suspicion of DUI and disobeying a traffic signal.
June 22: Police pulled over a vehicle believed to be driving carelessly. They arrested Adam Shane Becnel, 27, of Louisiana, on suspicion of DUI, careless driving and an open container violation.
June 21: Police contacted a vehicle in a parking lot suspected of careless driving. They arrested Brant Jackson Bauer, 29, of Montana, on suspicion of DUI and careless driving.
June 21: DUI ” Police contacted a vehicle on Whiteriver Avenue and arrested Bobby Allen Harris, 50, of Rifle, on suspicion of DUI.
June 21: Domestic disturbance ” Police investigated a report of domestic violence. They arrested Hector Due Rodriguez, 33, of Rifle, on suspicion of domestic violence and assault. Police allege he assaulted his girlfriend and stabbed a man in the leg.
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