On March 21, Silt police pulled over Gary M. Ball, 41, of New Castle for allegedly speeding. They soon found Ball’s license was revoked for being a habitual traffic offender. He was cited for being a habitual traffic offender. -On March 23, Silt officers spotted a speeding vehicle just before 1:30 a.m. Sunday and attempted to stop it. The suspect allegedly failed to pull over and instead ran several stop signs before he pulled in behind a Silt apartment building and bailed out of the car. Alejandro Navarro Ruvalcaba, 25, of Rifle, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, eluding a peace officer, driving without a valid license, driving an uninsured motor vehicle, and speeding.-On March 23, off-duty police officer contacted Silt police just before 8 p.m. to report a driver weaving into oncoming traffic and swerving off the road into ditches and yards in a residential neighborhood. A Silt officer stopped the driver and arrested Carol Dziedzic, 44, of Silt, on suspicion of drunk driving and weaving. While she was being booked, she reportedly escaped. Later, police found Dziedzic hiding and took her back into custody and added an escape charge to the list. -On March 3, Glenwood Springs police arrested Eriberto Monroy, 21, of Aspen on suspicion of drunken driving. -On March 7, Glenwood Springs police arrested James Mors, 26, of Glenwood Springs on suspicion of drunken driving, no tail lights, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. -On March 8, Glenwood Springs police arrested Carlos Cortez Ramirez, 23, of Carbondale on suspicion of drunken driving and weaving.
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A 42-year-old snowboarder died Wednesday afternoon at Aspen Highlands after crashing into a tree on the Y12 line in Highland Bowl, according to the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office and Aspen Skiing Co.