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Week In Review

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Deputy arrested

An Eagle County sheriff’s deputy could face life in prison following his arrest on a sexual assault charge.

Timothy Joseph Hay was arrested, without incident, at his home in Gypsum. Hay is accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a vacant warehouse office near the Eagle County Regional Airport.

Hay is currently free on a $15,000 bond.

Reining Champion

Eagle resident Charlie Sue Pates, 13, won top honors at the National Reining Horse Association Mountain Regional Affiliate Finals.

Pates rode 4-year-old bay Quarter Horse Spank N Tivito (otherwise known as “Boggie”) to claim the Youth Reining Championship in the 13-and-under age group.

With the win, Pates advances to the Adequan North American Affiliate Championships held in Oklahoma City in November.

Moose on the loose

Locals were asked to pay close attention to their environment while enjoying the outdoors, as local moose are in their rutting season.

Moose are likely to be more aggressive during this time of year.

Crystal Bridge closed

A bridge on the Upper South Fork Crystal River/Schofield Pass road (Forest Road 314) east of Marble is closed until further notice.

The bridge, referred to as “Crystal Bridge No. 4” and located at milepost 14.8, has been determined unsafe for vehicular used after a routine inspection revealed major deterioration of the structure.

Fed Ex facility talks tabled

The Glenwood Springs City Council has postponed a discussion with developers of the planned new Federal Express Ground distribution facility near the city airport so staff can weigh in on a proposed agreement to pay for road improvements in the area.

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