Aspen cop blotter |

Aspen cop blotter

Aspen Times staff report
Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN – The following is a recap of Aspen police activity for the period of Sept. 10-24:

2 p.m., Sept. 10 – Aspen police arrested Xavier Samson, 39, of Reseda, Calif., on suspicion of theft and a warrant for failure to appear (FTA).

6:30 p.m., Sept. 11 – Charles Rock, 58, of Aspen was arrested for alleged harassment by telephone and domestic violence.

7:45 p.m., Sept. 12 – Police contacted Shannon Belmonte, 34, of Aspen and discovered two outstanding warrants. He was placed under arrest and transported to Pitkin County Jail.

4 p.m., Sept. 14 – Joseph Acklen, 18, was arrested on suspicion of second-degree burglary and theft.

11:45 p.m., Sept. 15 – Police contacted Thomas Vermilyea, 60, of Aspen for sleeping in a vehicle parked in the Marolt Open Space. Vermilyea was placed under arrest for an outstanding FTA warrant and issued a summons for sleeping in vehicle prohibited.

2:17 a.m., Sept. 18 – Police contacted Ryan Perry, 23, of Carbondale in response to a disturbance. On further investigation they placed Perry under arrest on suspicion of DUI.

1:49 a.m., Sept. 19 – Wyatt Breed, 22, of Fort Collins was cited for an alleged DUI.

11:25 p.m., Sept. 19 – Police contacted Michael Hyde, 39, of Aspen in response to a report of a fight at the Hotel Jerome. On further investigation they placed Hyde under arrest for alleged disorderly conduct as well as possession of drug paraphernalia and less than 1 ounce of marijuana.

1:35 a.m., Sept. 21 – Jesse Goodwick, 23, of Boulder was arrested for DUI and speeding.

9 a.m., Sept. 22 – Officers contacted Lloyd Reeves, 20, of Tijeras, N.M., in regards to an outstanding warrant. Reeves was escorted to Pitkin County Jail without incident.

12:54 a.m., Sept. 24 -Officers contacted William Lawrenz, 26, of Aspen outside of Paradise Bakery. Lawrenz was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct and served a summons for Aspen Municipal Court.

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