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Rifle Police blotter

Domestic violence: Officers arrested a 35-year-old man July 14 after responding to a domestic violence call on West 25th Street. The man was issued a summons for harassment, domestic violence, obstruction of telephone service and false imprisonment.

Toilet fire: What was originally reported as a brush fire in Centennial Park July 15, turned out to be a portable toilet on fire. Colorado River Fire Rescue arrived on the scene and extinguished the fire. The case in under investigation.

Criminal mischief: After responding to a reported domestic violence on Cactus Court July 15, officers arrested a 48-year-old woman and charged her with criminal mischief, less than $300.

Warrant arrest: Officers arrested a 20-year-old man after realizing he had a municipal court warrant out for his arrest. The officers originally made contact with the man in the 800 block of Whiteriver Avenue July 16.

All reports are provided by the Rifle Police Department.

Bike theft: Officers responded to a reported theft at the Hampton Inn and Suits on Airport Road July 17. The reporting party stated that an orange Santa Cruz, model 5010, medium-sized bicycle with carbon wheels covered in lime green stickers was stolen. The bike, which is reportedly valued at $8,500, also had a Sports Garage sticker on the back. The case is under investigation.

Drug possession: After responding to a disturbance in the 500 block of Railroad Avenue, officers transported a 38-year-old woman to Grand River Health for medical clearance, before transporting her to the Garfield County Jail July 17 for possession of a schedule I or II controlled substance — ketamine.

Underage drinking: A male juvenile from Glenwood Springs was issued a summons for underage consumption of alcohol July 18. A female in the 300 block of West 24th Place reported the juvenile had tried to enter through the rear sliding glass door, before he ultimately fell asleep on the back porch.

All reports are provided by the Rifle Police Department.

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