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Aspen Police Department blotter

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The Aspen Times
Aspen, CO, Colorado

ASPEN – The following recap of Aspen Police Department arrests and citations, issued March 15 through Wednesday, does not reflect an indictment or disposition in the cases:

March 16, 12:23 a.m. – Officers responded to a disturbance at Aspen Valley Hospital. Thomas Webber, 44, of the Aspen area, was arrested and transported to the Pitkin County Jail, where he was charged with third-degree assault.

March 16, 1:28 a.m. – Officers were called to the scene of a possible domestic disturbance. Following an investigation, Andria Zielinski, 25, of Aspen, was arrested, taken to the Pitkin County Jail and charged with third-degree assault and domestic violence.

March 16, 8:43 a.m. – Police contacted Michael Phillips, 27, of Snowmass Village, after learning he had an outstanding arrest warrant from Snowmass Village. Phillips was placed under arrest and transported to the Pitkin County Jail.

March 17, 12:17 a.m. – Police fielded a call regarding an incident at the Belly Up music venue on South Galena Street. Meredith Lam, 21, of Fort Collins, was arrested and transported to the Pitkin County Jail, where she was issued a Municipal Court summons on a charge of disorderly conduct.

March 17, 12:45 a.m. – Officers contacted Nathaniel Lucero, 18, of Morrison, after witnessing suspicious behavior outside Belly Up. Lucero was arrested, taken to the Pitkin County Jail and charged with underage possession of alcohol.

March 18, 1:14 a.m. – Police contacted Stephen Pederson, 19, of Aspen, in response to a report of someone sleeping in an alley. Pederson was arrested, transported to the Pitkin County Jail and charged with underage possession of alcohol.

March 21, 6:41 p.m. – Officers responded to a disturbance at Aspen Highlands employee housing. Joseph Carroll, 20, of Aspen, was arrested and taken to the Pitkin County Jail, where he was charged with second-degree assault, two counts of menacing, burglary and underage possession of alcohol.

March 23, 5:42 a.m. -Police dealt with a report of a disturbance on a public bus. Edward Munson, 40, of Carbondale, was arrested and transported to the Pitkin County Jail, where he was charged with violation of a protection order, no alcohol.

March 23, 10:35 p.m. – Officers responded to a disturbance at a residence. Jeremiah Casper, 34, of the Aspen area, was arrested and transported to the Pitkin County Jail, where he was charged with third-degree assault and burglary. After further investigation, Charles Schweers, 45, of Snowmass Village, was arrested three days later. He was taken to the Pitkin County Jail and charged with third-degree assault and domestic violence toward an unidentified female victim.

Saturday, 1 p.m – Police responded to a report of a disturbance at City Market. After an investigation, Michael Engfors, 57, of the Aspen area, was arrested and transported to the Pitkin County Jail, where he was issued a Municipal Court summons on a charge of disorderly conduct and carrying an open container of alcohol.

Sunday, 7:27 p.m. – Officers responded to a shoplifting report at the Local’s Corner. After investigation, Daevon Morgan, 18, of Marshalltown, Iowa, was issued a Municipal Court summons for shoplifting.

Tuesday, 8:50 p.m. – Police responded to a report of trespassing at Truscott Place. After an investigation, Marc Altman, 48, of the Aspen area, was arrested and taken to the Pitkin County Jail, where he was issued a Municipal Court summons on a charge of trespassing.

Wednesday, 11:38 p.m. – Officers stopped Kathryn McKirahan, 26, of Snowmass Village, for a traffic violation. McKirahan was placed under arrest and transported to the Pitkin County Jail, where she was charged with driving under the influence, driving under the influence per se and light violation.


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