Brawl breaks out at Wolcott home
July 26, 2010
WOLCOTT, Colorado – Four men were arrested Saturday after a fight at the Colorado Department of Transportation employee housing on Highway 6 near Wolcott.
The Sheriff’s Office was called to a fight in progress with weapons and alcohol at about 5:15 a.m.
David Buie, 22, of Gypsum, was arrested and charged with second-degree assault with a deadly weapon and probation violation.
Billie Jo Keller, age 20, of Avon was arrested and charged with second-degree assault with serious bodily injury, disorderly conduct, minor in possession of alcohol, and probation violation.
Dustin Henderson, age 20, of Eagle was arrested and charged with third-degree assault, menacing, disorderly conduct, minor in possession, probation violation, and on a warrant for failure to comply out of Fort Collins.
J.D. Bonsal, age 21, of Gypsum was arrested and charged with accessory to a crime and driving under restraint.
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The Sheriff’s Office and family said Bonsal drove up after the fight to give a participant a ride, and was not in the actual brawl. Deputies later charged Bonsal with accessory to a crime and driving under restraint.
Two female juveniles will be charged with minor in possession of alcohol and one will also be charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor for allegedly supplying alcohol to underage persons at the party.
Buie allegedly tried to make sexual advances towards an intoxicated female passed out at the residence. The fight erupted after Keller caught him with the female.
Two males were treated and released at the Vail Valley Medical Center for injuries sustained during the fight. A knife and metal flashlight were collected as evidence. A handgun was allegedly brandished during the incident, but police didn’t find it.
The owners of the residence were on vacation at the time of the incident and will come home to holes in the walls, furniture broken, and blood splattered all over the front entry-way and deck.
Buie and Keller are currently being held at the Eagle County Detention Facility on a $7,500 bond. Henderson and Bonsal are currently being held at the Eagle County Detention Facility on a $2,500 bond.