Editor’s note: The following is a recap of arrests the Aspen Police Department made from Nov. 21 through Wednesday. The arrests do not reflect an indictment or disposition in any case.
Nov. 22 — Police contacted William Graham, 30, Aspen, on a welfare check. Graham eventually was arrested and transported to the Pitkin County Jail. He was charged with violation of a protection order (no alcohol).
Nov. 22 — Police responded to a report of a trespassing at Rubey Park. Paul Kennedy, 30, of the Aspen area, was arrested, taken to the Pitkin County Jail and issued an Aspen Municipal Court summons on suspicion of trespassing.
Sunday — Police responded to a disturbance in the core area. Christopher Melendez II, 34, of Washington, D.C., was arrested, transported to the Pitkin County Jail and charged with disorderly conduct.
Sunday — Police stopped Wiley Maple, 23, of Aspen, after witnessing a traffic violation. Maple was arrested, taken to the Pitkin County Jail and charged with DUI, DUI per se and headlamps required.
Monday — Police responded to a cold assault at Aspen Valley Hospital. Aracelil Penaloza, 34, of the Aspen area, was arrested, transported to the Pitkin County Jail and charged with physical harassment and domestic violence.
Tuesday — David Parriott, 48, of Beverly Hills, Calif., was booked into the Pitkin County Jail and charged with felony theft and computer crimes as a result of an arrest warrant issued by Aspen police for an alleged incident involving the attempted purchase of a vehicle via the Internet in April.
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