Aspen cop blotter: Disorderly, offensive and excessive
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ASPEN ” Aspen Sgt. Chip Seamans and officer Kyle Murray responded to a report of an intoxicated person in the park behind the library. Seamans found a man, later identified as Lyman Coldren IV, who appeared to be intoxicated.
Murray then drove Coldren, 46, of Aspen, to Aspen Valley Hospital to be evaluated. At the hospital, Coldren became agitated and resistant. He was then taken to the Pitkin County jail and booked for resisting and interfering with an officer, and disorderly conduct.
Aspen officers Kirk Wheatley and Chris Womack were called to Club Chelsea, 415 E. Hyman Ave., for a reported assault. A bouncer said a man punched him in the chest, while he was at the bar.
The man was identified as Danon Ellis Kloster, 21, of Pitkin County. Officer Wheatley arrested Kloster, who was then taken to the Pitkin County jail and booked for disorderly conduct.
Aspen Sgt. Dan Davis was on patrol when he noticed someone driving a red Ford truck without its headlights on.
He stopped the vehicle near Main and Galena streets. The sergeant then contacted the driver, Melissa Ann Reynolds. When she rolled down the driver-side window, Davis allegedly detected a strong odor of alcohol.
After subsequent investigation, he placed Reynolds, 30, of Aspen, under arrest. She was taken to the Pitkin County jail and booked for driving while under the influence of alcohol. Reynolds was also booked for driving a vehicle with excessive alcohol content, and a failure to display headlights when required.
Aspen officer Adam Loudon was dispatched to City Market regarding a shoplifting incident. Loudon met with the store manager, who said he observed a woman acting suspicious.
The store manager contacted the woman, identified as Engracia Cano Quintanilla, 41. The store manager said he found two blocks of cheese, a can of peppers, two Asian pears and a can of Horizon milk in the woman’s purse. The value of the goods was estimated at $23.99.
Loudon issued the woman a summons for shoplifting.
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