(Editor’s note: The following information comes from official police department incident reports. Arrests merely indicate an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless proven or otherwise pleading guilty in court.)-On June 1, Glenwood Springs police arrested Angela L. Herrera, 21, of Edwards for suspicion of drunken driving, weaving and DUI per se. -On June 1, Glenwood Springs police were dispatched to the Roxie nightclub for a report of a man with a knife. David P. Cavaliere, 22, of New Castle was arrested on suspicion of felony menacing and disorderly conduct. -On June 1, Glenwood Springs police pulled up to David L. Welch, 41, of Estes Park when he was pulled over on the side of the road. Police reported signs of intoxication and arrested Welch on suspicion of drunken driving and DUI per se.-On June 1 at 4:19 a.m., Glenwood Springs police reported that Jeffrey Kraning, 49, of Grand Junction entered Safeway and “threatened employees with an object fashioned to make people think it was a weapon.”Police said Kraning said he would kill them. Kraning was arrested on suspicion of felony menacing and disorderly conduct. -CHARGES DROPPED: A felony case against Joshua David Long, 18, of Silt has been dropped because of a lack of evidence. In January, Long was charged with conspiracy to commit felony theft, conspiracy to commit first-degree criminal trespass, criminal attempt of felony theft, and criminal attempt of first-degree criminal trespass. But all charges were dropped by the Ninth District Attorney’s office. The arrest was made in Silt when police there claimed Long and four other 18-year-olds broke into a several cars on Jan. 4.
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Roaring Fork School District Superintendent Rob Stein announced his resignation Friday, effective at the end of the school year, saying he will take “a personal sabbatical” next year.