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Eric Aalbue, 23, was arrested on charges of DUI.

Cody Salazar, 17, was issued a citation for speeding.

Roger Corey, 22, was issued a citation for speeding and arrested on charges of DUI.



Incidents reported for March 4

Gerald Schmidt, 38, was issued a citation for speeding 40 mph in a 25 mph zone.



Dennis R. Hennekens, 47, was issued a citation for speeding 40 mph in a 25 mph zone.

Police assisted the ambulance crew at 625 Wickes Ave, where a 35-year-old male was having a seizure; he was breathing but not conscious.

Police assisted the ambulance crew at 595 Ledford St., where a male with a history of cancer was transported to the hospital.

Incidents reported for March 5

Police arrested a male suspect on charges of burglary at 731 Yampa Ave.

Kristoffer Hernandez, 22, was arrested on a criminal arrest warrant.

Justin L. Donnel, 17 was issued a citation for careless driving and failure to wear a seatbelt.

Police assisted the ambulance crew at 2144 Jeffcoat Dr., where a 30-year-old male was transported to the hospital.

Incidents reported for March 6

Alyssa Vallem, 21, was issued a citation for failure to use a child restraint system.

Incidents reported for March 7

Police assisted the ambulance crew at 430 E. 4th St.

A male juvenile was issued a trespass notice at 1080 W. Victory and was taken into custody after a struggle with the officer.

Felidor H. Rojas Jaramillo, 40, and Jotie Marie Rojas, 45, were issued a citation for failure to use a child restraint system.

Incidents reported for March 8

Michael Wayne Rigas, 36, was arrested on a criminal arrest warrant.

The police recieved a report of a suspicious male talking to Ronald McDonald at 1080 W. Victory. The male left the area on foot.


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