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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.

Nov. 23: Disorderly conduct ” Police responded to a grocery store for a report of a man cursing at customers. Police arrested David Daniel Cain, 23, on suspicion of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

Nov. 23: DUI ” Police stopped a vehicle allegedly following another vehicle around town. They arrested Oscar Saucedo Lopez, 38, on suspicion of DWAI, driving with a license under restraint, criminal impersonation and violation of a restraining order.



Nov. 22: Theft ” Police responded to a report of a theft at a store. They cited Ron Anthony Trujillo, 23, of Gypsum, with petty theft.

Nov. 22: Underage ” Police stopped a vehicle suspected of traffic violations. They cited Juan Carlos Palomares Flores, 20, and Jordan McQueen, 20, of Rifle, with underage consumption or possession of alcohol.



Nov. 22: DUI ” Police pulled over a vehicle suspected of driving straight through a turn lane. They cited Erin Nicole Booher, 19, of Glenwood Springs, with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, DUI, underage possession or consumption of alcohol and an improper turn.

Nov. 22: DUI ” Police stopped a vehicle suspected of traffic violations. They arrested Joann Frances Mattingly, 23, of Glenwood Springs, on suspicion of DUI, speeding and weaving.

Nov. 20: Shoplifting ” Police responded to a call about a shoplifter. They cited Dorothy Geneva Day, 37, of Rifle, with petty theft.

Nov. 20: Harassment ” Police investigated a report of a suicidal person. They arrested George Elmer Batcher, 62, of Glenwood Springs, on suspicion of harassment.

Nov. 18: Animal cruelty ” A woman told police her neighbor kidnapped her two cats. Police cited Timothy Madden, 41, of Glenwood Springs, with petty theft and cruelty to animals.

Nov. 24: Theft ” Police went to City Market for a report of shoplifting. They cited Joshua Michael Kavanagh, 33, of Parachute, with theft.

Nov. 22: Gas theft ” Police investigated a report of theft of gasoline. They cited Jose Moreno Robledo, 51, with theft.

Nov. 21: DUI ” Police contacted a suspicious vehicle that looked like it was in an accident. They arrested Juan Loya, 25, on suspicion of violating a restraining order prohibiting him from drinking, and Justin Fazzi, 26, on suspicion of DUI, driving with a license under restraint and violating a restraining order prohibiting him from drinking.

Nov. 19: Domestic violence ” Police investigated a report of a domestic disturbance. They arrested Greggory Braden on suspicion of domestic violence, criminal mischief, assault and possession of firearms by a previous offender.

Nov. 19: Bar fight ” Police responded to a report of a fight at a bar downtown. They arrested Justin Wood, 23, and Marcus Davis, 30, on suspicion of disorderly conduct and criminal trespass.

Nov. 18: Hit-and-run ” Police responded to a report of a hit-and-run accident. They arrested Cory McAnally, 49, of Rifle, on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs, reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident.

Nov. 16: Theft ” The Grand River Medical Center reported a theft of cash. Police cited Lisa Bieber, 40, of Rifle, with petty theft.

Nov. 15: Lewd act ” Witnesses told police Anthony Martinez, 40, of Silt, conducted a lewd act inside a store. Police say Martinez struck an officer. He was arrested on suspicion of public indecency, assault and resisting arrest.

Nov. 14: Domestic violence ” Police looked into a report of domestic violence. They arrested Victor Vasquez, 27, of Rifle, on suspicion of assault, domestic violence and resisting arrest.

Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Colorado CO


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