The Aspen Police Department made the following arrests between 5 p.m. March 4 and 6 a.m. Thursday. The arrests do not reflect an indictment or disposition in any of the cases.
March 5 — Leslee Francis, 51, of Aspen, was arrested and transported to Pitkin County Jail after a vehicular accident. She was charged with driving under the influence of drugs, possession of a schedule 1/2 controlled substance, careless driving and no proof of insurance.
March 5 — Police responded to a disturbance at Belly Up Aspen. Taylor Kennedy, 21, of Glenwood Springs, was arrested and transported to Pitkin County Jail where he was held on a failure-to-appear warrant from an outside agency.
March 6 — Gene Kuck, 49, of the Aspen area, was arrested on suspicion of theft at the J-Bar on Feb. 25. He was transported to Pitkin County Jail and charged with theft ($300 to $750).
March 6 — Aspen resident Jan Hamilton, 73, was arrested on an outstanding Aspen arrest warrant stemming from a number of incidents in the past month. Hamilton was transported to Pitkin County Jail and charged with four counts of violation of a protection order and three counts of bail violation on a misdemeanor.
Monday — Mayra Prada-Castor, 28, of Aspen, was arrested and transported to Pitkin County Jail and charged with harassment, domestic violence and violation of a protection order.
Tuesday — Police responded to a report of trespassing at Grey Lady Bar. Jeffrey Sween, 48, of the Aspen area, was arrested and transported to Pitkin County Jail for trespassing.
Wednesday — Police responded to a report of a disturbance at Whiskey Rush. Gregory Puckett, 20, of Missouri, was arrested and transported to Pitkin County Jail on charges of underage possession of alcohol and simple assault.
Wednesday — Officers arrested Aspen resident Raymond Ratke, 49, on an outstanding failure-to-comply warrant from Pitkin County. Ratke was escorted to Pitkin County Jail.
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