Rifle Police blotter
Curfew: Officers were investigating another incident July 1, when they discovered four juveniles were out past curfew and in possession of alcohol. All four were issued summons and released to adults.
False imprisonment: Officers were advised of a cold assault July 2. After an investigation, a 23-year-old male was arrested for false imprisonment, harassment and domestic violence.
Criminal mischief: Officers learned that a glass front door of a business had been broken out after responding to a report of criminal mischief in the 2200 block of Access Road on July 2. The case remains under investigation.
Criminal mischief: Rifle Officers took a report on July 2 of criminal mischief that a window on a Jeep had been broken.
Vicious animal: Officers impounded a dog and issued a summons to the owner for running with an at large and vicious animal on July 3, after officers investigated a dog bite in the 1300 block of Firethorn Drive.
Criminal mischief: Officers were notified of criminal mischief to city property at 16th Street and Whiteriver Avenue on July 3.
Criminal mischief: Officers took a report of criminal mischief in the 500 block of Wamsley Way on July 3.
Theft: Officers took a report of theft from a change dispenser at City Market on July 3.
Theft: Officers issued a summons to a 42-year-old female, of Rifle, for petty theft after responding to a reported theft at Wal-Mart July 3.
Hit and run: A 21-year-old female reported that her truck had been hit while parked in the 300 block of Third Street July 4.
Theft: Officers took a report of theft in the 500 block of Fairway Avenue on July 4, and are still investigating.
Property recovered: Police recovered a stolen mo-ped out of Nevada in the 400 block of East Seventh Street on July 6
Burglary: Officers learned July 6 that an ATV was stolen from the area of the 100 block of East 26th Street. The case remains under investigation.
Criminal trespass: Officers responded to a call of a criminal trespass from the 2500 block of Fairview Heights on July 6. The case is still under investigation.
Theft: Officers were advised of a shop lifter at Wal-Mart July 7. After an investigation, a 42-year-old Rifle resident was issued a summons for theft.
Theft: Rifle Officers responded to a report of a stolen motorcycle from the 600 block of East Avenue on July 8. The case is still under investigation.
Theft: A 55-year-old Meeker woman was issued a summons to appear for theft under $100 and released, after officers responded to a report of theft from the 1000 block of Airport Road July 8.
Theft: A 26-year-old was issued a summons to appear for theft under $100 and released after officers responded to a reported theft at the 1000 block of Airport Road on July 8.
Assault: On July 8, officers responded to a call of a disturbance involving two males and a female allegedly having a physical confrontation around their vehicles. A 20-year-old male reported that a 52-year-old Rifle man had assaulted him and pulled a knife. After an investigation, the older man was arrested and transported to the Garfield County Jail.
All reports are provided by the Rifle Police Department.
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