Editor’s note: The following is a recap of Aspen Police Department arrests from Nov. 21 through Thursday morning. The arrests do not reflect an indictment or disposition in any case.
Nov. 21 — Police responded to a Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately report. William Rector, 28, of Aspen, was arrested and transported to the Pitkin County Jail. He was charged with failure to report an accident as well as displaying expired tags.
Nov. 21 — Police arrested Jan Hamilton, 73, of Aspen, on an arrest warrant stemming from a series of incidents. Hamilton was escorted to the Pitkin County Jail and charged with harassment.
Nov. 27 — Police responded to a report of an individual scaling the walls of the Aspen Art Museum. Carl Kishbaugh, 24, of Denver, was arrested and issued an Aspen Municipal Court summons for trespassing.
Nov. 28 — Police responded to a report of suspicious activity in the parking lot near the tennis courts on Matchless Drive. Elijah Kaplan, 19, of Aspen, Rhyan Rosin, 19, of Aspen, and Zoe Yaccino, 18, of Boulder, all were arrested and issued Aspen Municipal Court summonses for underage possession of marijuana. Kaplan also was charged with underage possession of marijuana paraphernalia.
Saturday — Police stopped Josh Goldberg, 36, of Carbondale, after witnessing a traffic violation. Goldberg was arrested, taken to the Pitkin County Jail and charged with DUI-drugs and failure to drive in a designated lane (bus-lane violation).
Monday — Police responded to a request for a Tipsy Taxi voucher from Adrian Hermosillo-Gutierres, 23, of Glenwood Springs. Officers realized Hermosillo-Gutierres had given them a false name and had outstanding warrants from other agencies. Hermosillo-Gutierres was arrested and transported to the Pitkin County Jail, where he was held on the warrants and charged with false reporting to authorities.
Wednesday — Police contacted Anthony Delaiarro, 28, of Snowmass, after witnessing suspicious behavior. Delaiarro was arrested and charged with public use of marijuana.
The Aspen City Council directed staff to move forward with the Burlingame early childhood education center, but decided it needs more information on the affordable housing units that are part of the schematic design at a work session Monday.