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On Sept. 13 Glenwood Springs police responded to a local gas station for a report of an intoxicated driver. They arrested Jesus Padilla Jr. for suspicion of drunken driving and DUI per se. On Sept. 13, Glenwood Springs police contacted the driver of a weaving vehicle. Juan Carlos Alvarez-Rodriguez was arrested on suspicion of DWAI, weaving, driving without a license and no insurance. -On Sept. 13, Glenwood Springs police stopped a car with an underage adult and a juvenile allegedly in possession of alcohol. The 16-year-old and Marco Antonio Holguin-Sanchez, 18, were arrested on suspicion of underage drinking. -On Sept. 15, Glenwood Springs police saw a vehicle fail to stop at a stop sign. They pulled over Eric Paloemino, 23, of Glenwood Springs, for suspicion of drunken driving, driving without a license and running a stop sign. -Just after 5:30 a.m. Sept. 9, a patrolling Silt officer stopped a motorist after reportedly observing her fail to signal four separate turns. When contacted, the driver was unable to produce any proof of insurance and the observant officer noted that the vehicle’s license plate did not match the registration. Further investigation revealed that plates had allegedly been taken off one vehicle and illegally placed on the suspect’s car. Mary E. Hufner, 51, of Silt, was charged with displaying fictitious/fraudulent license plates, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, and the turn signal violations. She was ultimately released on a summons and directed to not drive the car until it was legally registered with the proper license plates.-On Sept. 10, a Silt officer contacted a motorist after reportedly observing him suddenly swerve off the interstate. The officer then observed an allegedly extremely intoxicated and underage passenger vomiting out the window. Susanne A. Moore, 20, Colorado Springs, was issued a summons for underage possession and consumption of alcohol. She was later released to the sober driver with instructions to seek emergency medical attention if her condition deteriorated further.-On Sept. 10, an Re-2 school bus driver contacted Silt police after reportedly observing a motorist fail to stop for her flashing red lights while children were disembarking from the bus. Alleged offender Alfonso Vasquez, 32, was located at his nearby Silt residence and issued a summons for failing to stop for school bus. -Just after midnight on Sept. 11, Silt police stopped a motorist with the intention of warning him for having expired plates. A routine computer check then revealed that driver Gary Lynn Allen, 40, a Garfield County transient, was driving on a license that had reportedly been revoked for a previous DUI offense. Allen was arrested and charged with driving under restraint.Later the same day, a Silt officer responded to a nearby residence on a complaint of unwanted parties. During the course of the ensuing investigation, the officer determined that Allen’s companion had allegedly driven the same vehicle while her license was under indefinite suspension for not having liability insurance. Cindy Rush Campbell, 45, of Rifle, was arrested and cited for driving under restraint and not having current proof of insurance.-On Sept. 11, Silt police were contacted by a concerned party who reported that an acquaintance was allegedly carrying a concealed handgun in her purse. The officer contacted Patricia Lee Bartley, 32, of Silt, and reportedly discovered that she was in possession of a concealed semi-automatic pistol. The handgun was seized as evidence and Bartley was charged with illegal possession of a concealed weapon.-On Sept. 14, a Silt resident contacted police to report that a neighbor was verbally harassing her grandchildren and throwing rocks at them. The investigating officer discovered that the suspect had allegedly verbally intimidated the children and had been throwing rocks at both them and their dog. Dennis Alan Brady, 45, of Silt, was arrested and held long enough to be issued a summons for harassment and throwing missiles.

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