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On Dec. 3, Rifle police received a report of two women fighting. Krystin “Kat” Myers, 20, of Rifle was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault. -On Dec. 3, Rifle police were notified that some work vehicles at the XCEL yard on 20th Street were tampered with. Police were informed that someone was loosening the lug nuts on his trucks. -On Dec. 7, Rifle police received a report of a man admitted to Clagett Memorial Hospital becoming belligerent. Doug Still, 38, of Silt, who was wanted by Silt police, was handed over into Silt’s custody. -On Dec. 8, Rifle police contacted Howard Clark Permar III, 18, of Carbondale and they found he was wanted by Carbondale police for a warrant for aggravated vehicle theft. He was taken to the Garfield County Jail. -On Dec. 10, Rifle police were called to the Rifle Middle School for a report of some items being stolen from a counselor’s office. Eight boys are suspected in the thefts. The case is under investigation. -On Dec. 17, Rifle police were called to a residence to investigate a disturbance. Police overheard an argument between a man and woman. During their investigation, they reported that George Kale, 38, of Rifle allegedly hit the woman, causing bruising to the face. He was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault and domestic violence. -On Dec. 22, Glenwood Springs police arrested Jamie S. Bowell, 24, of Glenwood Springs for suspicion of driving while ability impaired and speeding.

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