On Feb. 19, Carbondale police too a report of criminal mischief to a home. A rock was thrown through the window of a home on South 2nd Street.-On Feb. 20, a woman called Carbondale police shortly before midnight, saying she was hearing sounds like someone breaking in to a building. It turned out to be a skunk caught in a trap putting up a racket.-On Feb. 20, a Carbondale police officer heard a loud stereo playing in a car on Main Street, and ticketed Bryan Otero, 19, of New Castle, for exceeding the allowable noise limit.-On Feb. 22, a Carbondale police officer stopped a car for speeding on East Main Street, and arrested the driver, Dennis Pruit, 30, on suspicion of drunk driving.-On. Feb 22 at 1:15 a.m., a Carbondale police officer saw a car drive across the City Market lawn area and ticketed the 16-year old driver for careless driving.-On Feb. 23 at midnight, a Carbondale officer saw a motorist driving without headlights and ticketed the driver, Jeremy McKee, 20, of Carbondale, on suspicion of drunk driving and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana.-On Feb. 20 at 1:30 a.m., Basalt police arrested Bruce Cooper, 36, of Basalt, on suspicion of drunken driving after being stopped for a traffic violation. -On Feb. 21 at 7:55 a.m., Basalt police arrested Ramon Varona-Juarez, 39 of Basalt, was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence assault after officers were called to a disturbance. -On Feb. 27, Rifle police pulled over Darlan A. Sigmon, 22, of Rifle and arrested him on suspicion of drunken driving after they saw him speeding on the 400 block of West 3rd Street. -On Feb. 19, a Carbondale woman reported a car parked in front of her house “for an unusual amount of time.” An officer contacted the woman in the car, who said she was looking for her dog. Police will be watching the neighborhood.
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