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(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 29, Glenwood Springs police were called by Oasis Bar security people who said they had two patrons with them who were reportedly in possession of cocaine in the bar’s bathroom. One of the patrons reportedly flushed cocaine down the toilet. As police were speaking to that patron, he took off running. That patron, Eustolio Torres-Larrea, 25, of Carbondale was caught and arrested on suspicion of resisting arrest and on a Weld County warrant for obstructing a court order on an original charge of unlawful use of a controlled substance. -A few minutes after Torres-Larrea’s arrest, police were notified that a male was urinating on a wall inside the night club. Officers arrested the male, who was not identified in the police report, and issued him a Glenwood Springs municipal summons. -Also around the same time at the Oasis Bar, Glenwood Springs police arrested Filiberto Mendoza-Alcauter, 33, of Aspen for suspicion of trespassing after he refused to leave the bar. -In a fourth incident within five minutes at the Oasis Bar, Glenwood Springs police arrested Adrian Marin-Lopez on suspicion of criminal tampering and excreting in public places after he allegedly urinated on a security officer’s personal vehicle. He was reportedly found by police passed out in the back seat of another car. -On June 30, a Carbondale homeowner reported a political yard sign urging a “yes” vote in the Crystal River Marketplace election was cut up and arranged on the ground to spell out the word, “no.” There were no suspects.-On June 30, Ismael Villareal-Ortiz, 39, of Carbondale, was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, after Carbondale police received a report of a man vomiting in the Carbondale City Market’s parking lot. An officer reportedly saw Villareal-Ortiz get out of a car and walk into the store, then later saw him driving.

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