Aspen cops blotter: DUIs and drugs
Aspen, CO Colorado
ASPEN – The following Aspen police activity was recorded from Dec. 10-22. The arrests do not reflect an indictment or disposition in the cases.
Dec. 10, 7:28 p.m. – Aspen police officers contacted Donovan Senger, 55, after witnessing suspicious activity. Upon investigation, Senger was placed under arrest for theft ($100-$500) and transported to the Pitkin County jail.
Dec. 12, 1:47 a.m. – Donald Miller III, 25, of Dallas was cited for driving under the influence (DUI), DUI per se and lane use violation.
Dec. 15, 11 p.m. – John Szabo, 29, of Aspen was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and two counts of sale/possession of a controlled substance.
Dec. 19, 1:47 a.m. – Camron Desmond, 21, of Greenville, Texas, was arrested for DUI, DUI per se and lane use violation.
Dec. 19, 10:47 p.m. – Aspen police officers contacted Megan Rust for driving with expired license plates. On further investigation Rust was charged with driving while licenses restrained on DUI, expired plates and operating an uninsured vehicle.
Dec. 20, 12:12 a.m. – Matthew Hyde, 23, of Snowmass Village was issued a municipal court summons for urinating in public.
Dec. 20, 1:43 a.m. – John Eicher, 38, of Aiken, S.C., was arrested for DUI and speeding.
Dec. 20, 2:25 a.m. – Aspen police officers witnessed an incident in the Aspen core area and contacted Matthew Hoiby, 40, of Aspen. Hoiby was arrested for harassment and domestic violence and transported to Pitkin County Jail.
Dec. 22, 10:45 p.m. – Aspen police officers contacted Seth Baxter, 20, of Aspen in regards to a credit card fraud that occurred on Dec. 12, 2009 at Bad Billy’s. Baxter was placed under arrest and charged with two counts of identity theft and two counts of the unauthorized use of a financial device.
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