Deputies were called to an Edwards bar on Halloween after a 45-year-old man allegedly threatened people with a gun.
A woman at the bar said the man threatened to kill her boyfriend. The woman's boyfriend said the man showed him his permit to carry a concealed weapon and told him he was going to shoot him in the head. The couple described the man and pointed him out at the bar.
The suspect resisted as the deputies escorted him outside for questioning. He denied having any weapon and none was found, even after he allowed the officers to search his Cadillac.
The man repeatedly told the deputies that he was "a prominent figure in this county" and they would be sorry, but he failed to remember the sheriff's name, whom he claimed to know. The man said he is "on TV a lot" and the people accusing him might have recognized him from that.
An officer replied that the couple had no idea who he was and asked the suspect if he ever mentioned his CCW permit on TV. The man said he hadn't and the officer asked how else the witness would know that he had a CCW permit.
The man was cited for menacing.
Deputies responded to a fight at the same Edwards bar where they had dealt with an earlier disturbance that Halloween night.
Six men - two groups of three - where fighting in the parking lot. A couple men had swollen and bloody faces. Witnesses identified a group of three, ages 22 and 19, as the instigators who also kicked a man multiple times in the face after the other group tried to walk away.
The man who was kicked was taken to the hospital for further examination. The three instigators were charged with disorderly conduct and assault.
A woman living in some apartments on York View Drive in Gypsum reported a suspicious man who came into her yard on Nov. 1.
The woman's neighbor said she saw the man go into the yard through a back gate. He saw her and said he was looking for his dog and left, running south through an empty field toward the east.
As the deputy was taking the report, another woman living in the area contacted him and said she caught a man standing outside her bedroom window on June 14. She said he was making noises of sexual gratification and ran off in the same direction.
It was unclear if it was the incidents were related to the same suspect.
On Nov. 3, a deputy saw a woman driving a van while frost still covered the entire windshield. The woman was using a window cleaner to try and clear the frost as she made a left turn into the Eagle Valley High School parking lot.
The deputy stopped to contact the woman about the obstructed windshield and noticed that the van didn't have any license plates. The woman confirmed that she didn't have insurance, either.
The vehicle was impounded and the 22-year-old woman was cited for operating an uninsured and unregistered motor vehicle and for driving with an obstructed windshield.