Cops: Arrests made in West Slope burglary spree
Glenwood Springs Correspondent
Vail, CO Colorado
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado ” Four suspects who are thought to be involved in some ” or perhaps all ” 38 burglary cases throughout Garfield County over the past 17 months were arrested in the past week, the Glenwood Springs Police Department says.
As many as six more arrests are expected to follow in the coming days.
In all, six arrest warrants were issued last week in connection to a string of recent burglaries, including those at several downtown Glenwood businesses, police say.
The Carbondale Police Department is in the process of attaining four additional arrest warrants in connection with some of the recent burglaries there. Some of the cases may overlap.
“The first arrests were made last Friday,” Glenwood Springs police Lt. Bill Kimminau said. “It’s been ongoing as we can find them. Some of them are still floating around.”
Bradley Guyon, 19, William Riddle, 18, David Iuele, 19, and a 17-year-old are in custody, and Sean Egan, 19, of Glenwood Springs, and one another 17-year-old are still wanted, Kimminau said.
Suspects are charged with multiple counts of second-degree burglary, a class-four felony; multiple counts of theft, a class-four felony; multiple counts of conspiracy, a class-five felony; multiple counts of second degree trespass, a class-three misdemeanor; multiple counts of criminal mischief, a class-two misdemeanor; and multiple counts of additional charges specific to individual crimes, Kimminau said.
The string of burglaries stretches back to July of 2006. More than 20 Glenwood Springs businesses have been burglarized since mid-September, police say.
Businesses burglarized include, Big John’s Lumber, Glenwood Canyon Brewing Co., Juicy Lucy’s Steakhouse, 8th Street Deli, Sacred Grounds, Kaleidoscoops, SOS staffing, Ocean Pearl, Chomps Deli, Johnson Mini Golf, Roaring Fork Anglers, Expresso Cafe, Taco Bell, Yampah Spa, Tovar’s Records, Charcoal burger, Day Spa, Tattmandu Tattoo, Auto Glass Specialist, Fiesta Guadalajara, Sherwinn Williams, KMTS and Rivers Restaurant.
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