Cop blotter: Arrests from Oct. 19-25 |

Cop blotter: Arrests from Oct. 19-25

An Aspen teen who had a black X on his hand ” used by the Belly Up to identify those who are under legal drinking age ” was allegedly caught drinking at the club.

Aspen police responded to a call from the Belly Up of an underage drinker who had been caught by security. When APD Sgt. Dan Davis arrived at the scene, the manager pointed out Dominik Scriver, 18.

Scriver had a large, clearly marked X on his right hand. Davis reportedly noticed signs that Scriver was drunk and arrested him for illegal consumption of alcohol by underage person.

Aspen police saw a man allegedly run a stop sign at Seventh and Smuggler in Aspen. APD Sgt. Fabrocini said he pulled over Roberto Clemente Suarez Hernandez, 30, and noticed a strong odor of alcohol. Hernandez later failed roadside tests.

Fabrocini arrested Hernandez, charging him with alcohol-related driving under restraint, driving under the influence, and failure to obey a traffic-control device. Hernandez also had a failure to appear warrant out of Garfield County that was served upon arrival at the jail.

APD Sgt. Bill Linn observed a vehicle going 40 mph on Main Street, a 25-mph zone. He pulled the car over and spoke with the driver, Michael Landry, 30.

Landry reportedly was unable to find the proper paperwork for the vehicle after eight minutes of looking, and Linn reportedly suspected intoxication. Landry was unable to perform roadside tests, so he was arrested and charged with DUI.

APD officer Matt Burg noticed a brake light out on a gray Jeep Cherokee and pulled the vehicle over. When he talked to the driver, Judith Garrison, 57, he noticed the smell of alcohol in the vehicle.

Burg wrote that Garrison was not able to perform roadside sobriety tests. He arrested her on suspicion of driving under the influence. She was charged with DUI and driving with a defective brake light.

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