Cop blotter: Overextended stays
Aspen CO, Colorado
PITKIN COUNTY ” Sheriff’s Deputy Dustin Gray was dispatched to a home in the 70 block of Bullwinkle Lane regarding a possible assault.
When the deputy arrived at the scene, he had a talk with the alleged victim, Elizabeth Tobolewski, 37, who said that her houseguest, Khristie M. Robinson, attacked her. The deputy then had a conversation with Robinson, 34, who claimed to have injuries that were inflicted by Tobolewski.
Because both women claimed the other was the aggressor, and both parties were hurt, each was issued a summons for assault in the third degree.
ASPEN ” Aspen police officers Joe Holman and Leon Murray responded to a call from Locals Corner at 435 E. Main St., regarding a man who apparently refused to leave the convenience store.
Officer Holman contacted the store cashier. She said the man, Jose Trajo, was bugging her and would not leave the store after repeatedly being told to go. Holman then placed Trajo, 39, under arrest and took to him to the Pitkin County jail.
He was issued a summons for a trespassing violation.
ASPEN ” Aspen police officers Rick Magnuson and Kyle Murray were on patrol in a squad car when they saw a vehicle run a stop sign. They stopped the car along the 100 block of South Hunter Street.
While conversing with the driver, Grant Neil Langbauer of Aspen, officer Magnuson detected a whiff of alcohol. He then asked Langbauer, 25, to perform some voluntary roadside tests.
Langbauer agreed, and failed the tests.
He was arrested and taken to the Pitkin County jail where he was issued a summons for driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving a vehicle with excessive alcohol content and failure to obey a traffic control device.
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Cam Daniel is a former youth addiction counselor who’s been a Pitkin County sheriff’s deputy for three years.