Mountain Fair wrapped up just over three weeks ago. As part of our weekly roundup of police activity, KDNK news reported that only a few minor incidents were reflected in the police logs for the dates of Mountain Fair. But as KDNK's Ed Williams reports, a second look at the Carbondale police reports showed a lot more activity than was originally listed.
A Lakewood man suspected of kidnapping and car theft was involved in a high speed chase and shootout near Grand Junction Wednesday. The incident is responsible for a day of I-70 closures at the Utah border. KDNK's Eric Skalac has more.
On May 4th, the Roaring Fork Valley saw a third bank robbery in as many months.
Following the robbery of US Bank in Glenwood Springs on April 27th, and the robbery of Vectra Bank in El Jebel in March, area police are adding Carbondale's Wells Fargo Bank to the list.
The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 5 feet 8 inches tall, 150 pounds... wearing dark sunglasses, a long sleeve gray shirt, gray pants, black shoes, and possibly a long straight black wig and fake mustache.
According to Carbondale Police, the suspect entered the bank just before closing time at 4 p.m. when five employees and one customer were present. The suspect used a handgun to threaten the customer and employees and forced them behind the counter and onto their knees. The suspect then tied their hands behind their backs, before leaving the bank in a vehicle stolen from an employee.
KDNK's Eric Skalac spoke to Carbondale police chief Gene Schilling Monday for an update on the robbery and to ask about the recent spate of bank robberies up and down the Valley.
11/4/11: For this week's news brief, KDNK's Eric Skalac talks with The Aspen Times' Rick Carroll about recent developments in the federal breakup of a Los Angeles-to-Aspen drug ring.
Police chiefs from Glenwood Springs, Carbondale and Basalt met with reporters yesterday to talk about community concerns regarding school resource officers’ involvement with federal immigration agents. KDNK’s Ed Williams reports on this most recent episode in the ongoing standoff between police and immigrant rights groups.
Local law enforcement and the Department of Revenue raided a Carbondale medical marijuana dispensary Friday morning. As KDNK's Eric Skalac reports, officials say the business was dispensing more than just marijuana.
A group of Glenwood Springs residents is filing a federal suit against local and federal law enforcement officers. The lawsuit claims that the officers violated the civil rights of six Latino residents during last June’s Strawberry Days festival. KDNK’s Ed Williams has more.
A man was hit and killed on Highway 133 over the weekend. And as KDNK’s Conrad Wilson reports, police are still working to identify the body.
It’s been ten days since the brazen assault and robbery of a main street store owner in Carbondale. Police now have a composite sketch of one of the suspects. But as KDNK’s Ed Williams reports, the store owner thinks that’s too little too late.