Cop blotter: disorderly or underage
Aspen, CO Colorado
ASPEN ” Police charged Daniel Perez-Mejia, 31, with disorderly conduct following witness allegations that Perez-Mejia had started a fight behind Jimmy’s Restaurant in Aspen.
Police arrived shortly after the incident, but a witness told them that Perez-Mejia was repeatedly trying to “go after” the alleged victim, resulting in a fight.
Perez-Mejia was taken to Pitkin County jail and charged with disorderly conduct.
Responding to a noise complaint on Cooper Avenue, police broke up a party of more than 16 people listening to loud music, according to police reports.
Police issued summonses for disorderly conduct to Juan Ignacio Cavanna, 28, Juan Jose Fidelio, 27, and Sebastian Norberto Cabral, 24.
According to the police report, Dalton gave police someone else’s ID, but admitted that he had been drinking and that was 20 years old. He was taken to Pitkin County jail.
Police arrested Christopher Ryan Dalton, 20, for underage possession of alcohol at Belly Up Aspen.
The manager of Belly Up Aspen informed police that two young women, a juvenile who’s name was withheld, and Anna Rachael Blad, 18, were taking sips from a man’s alcoholic drink.
The young women said they did not know there was booze in the drink, according to police reports.
The pair were taken to the Pitkin County Courthouse where they were issued summonses and released to the care of a sober adult.
Police arrested Ridgwan Reketai Randy Dube, 20, for allegedly breaking into the Isis Theater in downtown Aspen.
Officer Jeff Fain responded to the theater after someone flagged him down and reported someone breaking in to the Isis, according to police reports.
Fain found the door of the theater open and said he found a man, later identified as Dube, in the lower-level concession stand.
Dube, who said he was a former employee of the theater, claimed the front door was open but that he did not have permission to be inside the theater, according to police reports.
Dube was taken to the Pitkin County jail and issued a municipal summons for trespassing.
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