On Dec. 20, Glenwood Springs police took a report of a possible sexual assault involving two juveniles. The case is under investigation. -Between Dec. 18 and Dec. 20, Glenwood Springs police cited four employees of Gart Brothers Sporting Goods for allegedly stealing more than $1,000 worth of merchandise from the store. Joel Trevino, 20, of Glenwood Springs was cited for suspicion of petty theft on Dec. 18; Jenelle Cleveland, 22, of Glenwood Springs was cited for suspicion of petty theft and arrested on a separate Garfield County warrant; Ansley C. Ludwig, 23, of Glenwood Springs was arrested for suspicion of theft for allegedly stealing more than $600 worth of merchandise; and Kristel Lee Womack, 23, of Glenwood Springs was cited for suspicion of petty theft. -On Dec. 16, Glenwood Springs police received a report of a possible drunken driver on Grand Avenue. When police pulled over James Withrow, 44, of New Castle, they reportedly noted signs of intoxication. Withrow was cited for suspicion of drunken driving and failure to drive in a designated lane and taken to the Colorado West detox facility. -On Dec. 18, Glenwood Springs police responded to a report of a shoplifter in custody at Rainbow Apparel at the Glenwood Springs Mall. The management of the store told police the suspected shoplifter, Amanda Stroder, 18, of Carbondale, is an employee of the store. She was cited for suspicion of petty theft. -On Dec. 20, Glenwood Springs police responded to Roaring Fork Liquors for a report of shoplifting. The owner of the business was trying to stop the suspect from leaving when police arrived. The suspect, Brent Raymond Ulman, 38, of Glenwood Springs was arrested on a Garfield County warrant for failure to appear and for suspicion of theft. -On Dec. 20, a Cooper Avenue resident reported to Glenwood Springs police that someone stabbed her inflatable snowman.
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Policy that dictates what for-profit activities should be officially sanctioned within Glenwood Springs parks is being reviewed by city staff and will likely come before the city council for final approval later this summer.