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Glenwood police make arrests in burglary spree; more suspects sought

John Gardner
Glenwood Springs correspondent
Aspen, CO Colorado

GLENWOOD SPRINGS ” Arrest warrants for six males, adult and juvenile, have been issued by the Glenwood Springs Police Department in connection with a string of 38 burglaries throughout Garfield County since July 2006.

Carbondale Police Department is in the process of attaining four additional arrest warrants in connection with some of the recent burglaries.

Bradley Guyon, 19; William Riddle, 18; David Iuele, 19; and a 17-year-old are already in custody, according to police. Authorities are still searching for Sean Egan, 19, of Glenwood Springs and another 17-year-old, according to Glenwood Police Lt. Bill Kimminau.



The suspects are charged with multiple counts of second-degree burglary, a class-four felony; multiple counts of theft, a class-four felony; multiple counts of conspiracy, a class-five felony; multiple counts of second-degree trespass, a class-three misdemeanor; multiple counts of criminal mischief, a class-two misdemeanor; and multiple counts of additional charges specific to individual crimes.

According to a statement from the police department, additional arrest warrants are anticipated in connection with the burglaries throughout Carbondale and Garfield County, which could also result in additional charges against those already in custody.


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