Police blotter: a few too many | AspenTimes.com

Police blotter: a few too many

Compiled from police reports
Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN ” It was a busy week for area police, as residents got into the holiday spirit. Or, at least the spirits, as several alcohol-related offenses were reported.

Aspen Police Sgt. Linda Consuegra was at Jour de Fete when she noticed a man outside who appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. She went outside and spoke with Ruben Juarez-Garcia, 51, and noticed a bottle of alcohol in his jacket pocket.

According to the report, his speech was slurred to the extent that Consuegra could not understand what he was saying. Consuegra arrested him for drinking in a public place.

Aspen officer Ian MacAyeal was on patrol when he spotted four men in an argument near the entrance to the Cantina. One of the men saw MacAyeal and began walking away.

When MacAyeal talked to the other men, they said that Nathan Morse, 26, allegedly had gone behind the bar of the Cantina and began “helping himself.”

MacAyeal followed Morse and told him to stop, then questioned him about what had happened. Morse allegedly refused to talk and tried to walk away. When MacAyeal tried to stop Morse, Morse allegedly pushed MacAyeal away.

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Officer Dan Glidden was parked on the 100 block of South Seventh Street when a driver disobeyed a “right/left turn only” sign and drove straight. Glidden pulled over the driver, Bradley Everhart, 47, and allegedly noticed a smell of alcohol.

Everhart repeatedly insisted he was fine and refused to take a roadside sobriety test. Glidden arrested Everhart and took him to jail on a DUI charge.

Officer Jeff Fain was on routine patrol on Main Street when he saw two vehicles going 42 mph down Main Street and stopped the lead vehicle, a silver Toyota. When he talked to the driver, Jane Schoenecker, 34, he allegedly noticed the smell of alcohol. She allegedly could not perform roadside maneuvers and was arrested for DUI.

Officer Dan Glidden saw a vehicle moving at a high rate of speed, 42 mph, down Main Street and stopped the driver between Bleeker and Hallam streets.

The driver, John Wasilunas, 25, allegedly could not complete roadside maneuvers and was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.