Glenwood Springs Police Report |

Glenwood Springs Police Report

Editor’s note: The Glenwood Springs Police Department reports the following incidents and arrests. Summonses or arrests merely indicate an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless found guilty in court.

Driving under the influence: At 2:42 a.m. on July 29, police stopped a vehicle for weaving in the 51900 block of Highway 6. Juan Alberto Guevara-Regalado, 26, of Glenwood Springs, was arrested for failing to drive in a single lane and suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol and was lodged at the Garfield County Jail.

Panhandling: At 8:55 p.m. on July 29, police observed a man panhandling at the intersection of Blake and South Glen Avenue. Theodore Hedley Heinemann, 36, Denver, was cited for unlawful solicitation.

Vicious animal: At 9:30 p.m. on July 29, officers were called to a reported dog bite to a child in the 100 block of Soccer Field Road. Brisa Renne Morales, 30, of Glenwood Springs, was cited for harboring a vicious animal.

Warrant arrest: Police were called to 11th and Pitkin Avenue at 7:15 p.m. on July 30 about a man wanted on a warrant. Mario Ruiz Alvarado, 19, of Carbondale, fled the scene, but was eventually arrested. He was booked at the county jail on charges of obstructing a police officer, possession of marijuana and the outstanding warrant.

Assault, warrant arrest: At 7:40 p.m. on July 30, police were dispatched to a disturbance in the 800 block of Blake Avenue. Carleton Meyers, 38, of Glenwood Springs, was arrested on suspicion of assault, criminal mischief, trespass, violation of a protection order, and obstruction of telephone services. Upon booking at the county jail, he was found, via fingerprints, to have falsely identified himself. Officers learned Meyers also had an arrest warrant from Orange County, Fla., for grand theft. Meyers was also cited for possessing a phony ID and impersonation.

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