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Defendant Found Guilty for Stalking, Harassment

EAGLE, COLORADO – Martin Arroyo, 51, of Basalt, was found guilty yesterday by jury trial for five counts occurring between October 1, 2016 to February 20, 2017 as follows: Stalking (Threat/Repeated Communication—F5); two counts of Harassment (Strike/Shove Kick—M3); Assault 3 (Knowingly/Recklessly Causing Injury—M1); and Harassment (Insults/Taunting—M3). Defendant Arroyo and the victim had dated for approximately […]

Marijuana Store Manager Pleads Guilty in Underage Sale

SUMMIT COUNTY, CO – Andrew Benton, 28, of Silverthorne, pleaded guilty yesterday to one count of Retail Marijuana Sales (M1) to a person under 21 years of age. During a Sept. 9, 2017, underage compliance check by a criminal investigator of the State’s Marijuana Enforcement Division, Defendant Benton, employed as the Frisco retail store manager […]

Mother Pleads Guilty in Vehicular Double Homicide of Own Daughters

EAGLE COUNTY, CO – Jenny L. Figaszewski, 46, of Arvada, pled guilty today to two class 3 felonies: Vehicular Homicide-DUI; and, Child Abuse Resulting in Death, related to a crash July 11, 2016. Defendant Figaszewski was driving on I-70 eastbound that afternoon, when her BMW sedan drifted onto the left median. The vehicle flipped two […]

Jury Finds Long-time Employee Guilty of Theft from Breckenridge Main Street Retailer

BRECKENRIDGE, COLO. – Gina Shirley, 51, of Fairplay, Colorado, was found guilty yesterday after a jury trial of Theft, a class six felony by stealing an amount between $2,000-$5,000, during several cash register thefts in early 2017, from the Breckenridge Main Street retail store where she been employed as a manager and buyer. The thefts […]

Consensual sexting: New sexting law gives options to Eagle County law enforcement

Consensual sexting: New sexting law gives options to Eagle County law enforcement Randy Wyrick January 30, 2018 GYPSUM — Colorado lawmakers wanted to give law enforcement some middle ground about sexting, somewhere between felonies-or-bust and a slap on the wrist. Read More: Consensual sexting: New sexting law gives options to Eagle County law enforcement