Aspen cop blotter
Aspen CO, Colorado
ASPEN ” Aspen police officer Ian MacAyeal responded to a report of an employee theft at the Cos Bar on South Galena Street.
MacAyeal contacted the owner, who said Autumn Wilsman, an employee, had taken cash directly from a client and allegedly pocketed the money instead of putting it into the cash register. The estimated amount was $30.
The officer issued Wilsman, 33, of Aspen, a summons for theft.
ASPEN ” A reported fight at Marolt Place resulted in the arrest of three men.
Jason Aleo, 32, Jacob Fruitin, 21, and Eric Ziegler, 28, were taken into custody by Aspen police and booked at the Pitkin County jail for disorderly conduct.
ASPEN ” Aspen police officer Matt Burg responded to a complaint about loud music at Marolt Place.
The officer heard the music coming from an apartment. He then informed the occupant, Leandro Spinelli, 25, the music was too loud.
Burg also issued a summons to Spinelli for disorderly conduct prohibited (noise).
ASPEN ” Aspen police officers responded to a complaint about loud music at Marolt Ranch.
When the officers arrived at the scene, they found a group of about 10 to 15 people in front of a unit that apparently was the source of the music.
Officer Burg spoke with the occupant of the unit, Domingo Torralva, 20, and told him the music was too loud.
He then issued a summons to Torralva for disorderly conduct prohibited (noise).
ASPEN ” A Washington, D.C., man was taken into custody shortly after an Aspen police officer observed him allegedly driving a vehicle at a high rate of speed on Main Street.
Officer Gregg Cole was traveling east on Main Street when he spotted a Toyota 4-Runner motoring along faster than the posted speed limit.
Cole initiated a traffic stop. When Cole contacted the driver, Cameron Bacon, 22, he apparently detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage.
The officer asked Bacon to perform a sobriety test. Bacon agreed, flunked, and was taken to the Pitkin County jail.
He was booked for driving under the influence of alcohol, driving with excessive alcohol content and speeding 10-19 mph over the limit.
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