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.
Aug. 3: Cocaine – Police arrested Waldo Jesus Flores Serrano, 28, of Glenwood Springs on suspicion of unlawful use of a controlled substance – cocaine.Aug. 2: Loud music – Police contacted a vehicle parked at a gas station with loud music playing. They arrested Florencio Paulino, 27, of Snowmass Village, on suspicion of an open container of alcohol violation and a noise violation.Aug. 1: DUI – Police arrested Leslie Gene Snider, 42, of Denver, on suspicion of DUI, failure to provide proof of insurance, driving with a revoked license, possession of drug paraphernalia and careless driving.July 31: Pedestrian bridge – Police cited Maxie Ray Parks II, 27, of Silt, with an open container violation for allegedly drinking on the pedestrian bridge.July 31: Loud music – Police cited Ramon Romero Munoz, 22, of New Castle, for allegedly having his car radio too loud.July 31: Loud music – Police stopped a vehicle suspected of playing music too loudly. They arrested Maximilliano Garcia Caballero, 28, of Corona, Calif., on suspicion of driving while his license was revoked for an alcohol-related offense and for an active arrest warrant for driving without insurance.July 31: Wrong way – Police observed a vehicle traveling the wrong way down a one-way portion of Colorado Avenue. David Evans Newman, 27, of Denver, was arrested on suspicion of DUI and a traffic violation.July 30: Warrant? – Police responded to a woman who called 911 saying she had an active arrest warrant. They say Roxann Vinegas, 19, did not have a warrant, but she did have signs of intoxication. Vinegas was arrested on suspicion of underage possession or consumption of alcohol.July 30: Crossing the line – Police cited Reginald Paul Jaramillo, 48, of Glenwood Springs, for allegedly crossing a police line during a structure fire in West Glenwood Springs.July 29: Dog at large – Police responded to a report of a dog at large that was captured by a citizen. They took the dog to CARE and cited Evan Gregory Gould, 22, of Glenwood Springs, with animal at large, rabies vaccination and dog license violations.July 29: Petty theft – Police answered a call about a shoplifter in custody at a grocery store. They cited Humberto Rodriguez Cruz, 48, of Glenwood Springs, with petty theft. He allegedly took something worth $12.
July 31: Cruelty to animals – Police responded to a report of a dog left in a vehicle on the 1000 block of Airport Road. They believe the dog was left in the vehicle for over an hour without water while the temperature was over 100 degrees. Police cited Craig Wallace, 70, of Silt, with cruelty to animals.July 30: DUI – Police were helping a motorist when a vehicle pulled up behind a patrol car and sat waiting. After several attempts at getting the driver’s attention, the vehicle slowly drove by without taillights. Police arrested Matthew Farmer on suspicion of DUI, driving with a license under revocation and driving without insurance.July 28: Assault – Police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance. They believe Erin Bettie, 20, assaulted his wife. Bettie was arrested on suspicion of assault.Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO
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