The following information was provided by the Leadville Police Department:

— On May 17, officers were dispatched to Poplar St. on a report of a two vehicle accident. Ismael Pina-Sotelo, 35, of Leadville was issued a citation for limitations on backing.

— On May 18, officers assisted the Lake County Sheriff’s Office with a suspicious item on Harrison Ave.

— On May 18, officers arrested Zachariah Mitchell, 34, of Leadville for domestic violence and second degree assault.

— On May 18, officers were dispatched to W. Chestnut St. for a possible assault call. The investigation is ongoing.

— On May 19, officers conducted a traffic stop in the alley just to the east of the Quincy building. Jorge Zuniga, 37, of Leadville was cited for driving under restraint.

— On May 19, officers assisted the Lake County Coroner with a deceased person on W. 12th St.

— On May 20, officers conducted a traffic stop on E. Third St. Jose Sarmiento, 28, of Leadville was issued a summons for failure to display valid registration, operating an unregistered vehicle, fictitious plates and operating an uninsured motor vehicle on a public roadway.

— On May 21, officers received a call about a suspicious male on W. Sixth St. harassing citizens. Brian Jackson, 45, of Leadville was cited for disorderly conduct, harassment, resisting arrest, menacing and assault in the second degree.

— On May 22, officers were dispatched to Poplar St. in response to a reported trespassing. The investigation is ongoing.

— On May 22, officers observed a vehicle run the stop sign at Mountain View Dr. and Poplar St. Jesus Ortiz, 38, of Denver was cited for failure to observe a traffic control device.

— On May 22, officers observed a vehicle run the stop sign at Mountain View Dr. and Poplar St. Adrian Valdez-Ramirez, 25, of Denver was cited for failure to observe a traffic control device.

— On May 23, officers learned of a vehicle that drove off with a gas pump still attached at the Sinclair gas station.

— On May 24, officers responded to E. Eighth St. on a report of criminal mischief. The investigation is ongoing.

— On May 24, officers cited Paul Kaine, 32, of Leadville for driving under restraint and driving a vehicle without a valid license or insurance.

— On May 26, officers were flagged down for a domestic violence incident on Poplar St. The investigation is ongoing.

— On May 26, officers were dispatched to Harrison Ave. on a report of a possible domestic violence incident. Upon investigation, no crime was committed.

— On May 26, officers responded to W. Fifth St. on a report of a hit and run. No suspects have been located.

— On May 27, officers conducted a civil standby on E. Fourth St.

— On May 27, officers learned of a theft of property. The investigation is ongoing.

— On May 28, officers observed a vehicle run the stop sign at Mountain View Dr. and Poplar St. Kenneth Brischke, 68, of Aurora was cited for failure to observe a traffic control device.

— On May 28, officers were dispatched to a driver driving dangerously down Harrison Ave. James Ladd, 35, of Loveland was issued a felony summons for vehicular eluding, reckless driving, careless driving, obedience to a traffic control device and reckless endangerment.

— On May 28, officers received a walk-in report of parties having a disagreement in the Leadville Police Department parking lot. John Brandon, 51, of Buena Vista was issued a summons for driving under restraint, violation of interlock restrictions and open container. Chanell Ortiz, 36, of Alamosa was issued a summons for driving under restraint and open container.

— On May 29, officers received report of a set of brass knuckles. Chanell Ortiz, 36, of Alamosa was issued a felony summons for possessing an illegal weapon and possession of weapons by previous offenders.

— On May 29, officers received a call about an animal attack on W. Third St. The animal was taken to the animal shelter.

— On May 29, officers were dispatched to Harrison Ave. on a report of an in-progress domestic violence. Ericah Taht, 26, of Leadville was arrested for third degree assault and domestic violence.

— On May 31, officers assisted the Lake County Sheriff’s Office on a domestic issue.

Individuals charged with a crime are considered to be innocent until they plead or are found guilty. Anyone listed here who subsequently has charges dropped or is found to be innocent can contact the Herald Democrat, allnews@leadvilleherald.com, and updated information will be published once verified.

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