Aspen cop blotter: Aggressive RV driver
The Aspen Times
Aspen Co, Colorado
ASPEN ” Police officer Ian MacAyeal observed a group of people standing near a large recreational vehicle stopped at Rubey Park.
The vehicle pulled away a short while later and began heading west on Durant Avenue. The driver was allegedly honking the horn and driving in an aggressive manner, officer MacAyeal said.
He initiated a traffic stop and contacted the driver ” identified as Christian Hillcoat of Florida. The officer smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage and subsequently asked Hillcoat if he would be willing to perform a sobriety test. He agreed and failed the test.
Hillcoat, 42, was arrested and taken to the Pitkin County jail. He was booked for failing to drive in a designated lane and driving under the influence of alcohol.
ASPEN ” A security guard at Rubey Park detained a Golden man after he was observed shimmying down a lamppost at the bus stop.
The guard apparently heard breaking glass when he spotted the suspect, identified as Sean Wolf.
The guard also noticed that the glass globe atop the lamppost was missing. Police were alerted and responded to the scene.
They arrested Wolf who was taken to Pitkin County jail.
Wolf, 22, was booked for criminal mischief.
ASPEN ” Police Sgt. Rob Fabrocini observed a male who was apparently disoriented and staggering in the area of Highway 82 and Cemetery Lane.
The sergeant contacted the man, Mason Humphrey of Stillwater, Mich., and arrested him. Humphrey, 19, was taken to the Pitkin County jail and booked for possession of alcohol by an underage person.
ASPEN ” Police officers responded to Bad Billy’s bar amid a report of a man who was yelling and causing a ruckus in front of the watering hole.
The officers contacted the man, Austin Kuck, 43, who was shouting, swearing and being very aggressive.
Kuck, of Woodland Park, was told to sit down and relax or he would be taken to the Pitkin County jail. He refused and was arrested.
Kuck was booked for disorderly conduct and possession of drug paraphernalia.
ASPEN ” A Basalt woman was issued a summons after she apparently tried to return a dress she allegedly took from Pitkin County Dry Goods.
Jennifer Kemp, 26, was caught when she tried to return the item without a receipt. She told an officer she had stolen the dress a few days earlier on a dare by her pals.
Kemp was cited for shoplifting.
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