On Jan. 16, Glenwood Springs police responded to Wal-Mart for two alleged shoplifters. When they arrived, they found out a juvenile suspect started to fight with the manager of the store. Jesus Rumino Rumos, 18, of Glenwood Springs and a juvenile were arrested on suspicion of theft, and the juvenile was additionally charged with suspicion of third-degree assault and possession of drugs.-On Jan. 17, Glenwood Springs police pulled over a driver for a traffic infraction. After a short investigation, they arrested Gregory C. Williams on suspicion of drunken driving and weaving. -On Jan. 17, Glenwood Springs police responded to a report of an argument that happened at a residence on Midland Avenue. Later in the evening, Jeffrey S. Baker, 42, of Glenwood Springs was arrested on suspicion of first-degree criminal trespass, second-degree burglary and harassment. -On Jan. 18, Glenwood Springs police pulled over a driver for reportedly weaving. The driver allegedly lied to police about his name and allegedly gave beer to underage people. Everardo B. Oliva, 20, of Rifle was arrested on suspicion of driving under restraint, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, underage possession of alcohol, criminal impersonation and changing lanes while unsafe. A juvenile also was arrested on suspicion of underage possession of alcohol. -On Jan. 19, Glenwood Springs police saw a vehicle fail to obey a flashing red light. The officer pulled over that driver and noticed some signs of intoxication. Carlos Sepulveda, 23, of Carbondale was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and failure to obey a red light.
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