Top 5 stories on the web, week of April 2
Drug Enforcement personnel and the Silverthorne Police Department carried out a raid on Friday, March 30, at the Comfort Dental office in Silverthorne based on information from several sources.
Officials seized hundreds of documents and interviewed several employees in regards to alleged prescription drug fraud. The inquiry was focused on Dr. Bonifacio Guillena, age 41, who has been arrested several times since 2016 and was recently disciplined by state dental regulators for failure to comply with a substance abuse examination. Guillena currently has an active Colorado dental license, although its expiration date is listed as Feb. 28, 2018, according to Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies records.
Guillena’s license was briefly suspended for five days last December for failure to comply with a Colorado Dental Board investigation into a possible substance abuse disorder, records show.
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 15-year-old Summit High School student at this home in Silverthorne on Wednesday, April 4. The student was allegedly captured on security cameras placing notes on lockers within the high school.
“If you got the sticky note you were saved, and you were to wear the sticky note to school the next day so you wouldn’t be shot,” Sheriff Jamie FitzSimons told the Summit Daily.
No weapons were found in a search of the suspect’s home. Two other students are facing administrative discipline through the school for their parts in the alleged plan.
Several other updates related to this piece also appeared as top stories this week.
Troy Wineland, water commissioner for the Blue River Basin explained at the bimonthly Summit County Wildfire Council meeting on Thursday, March 29, that Colorado is experiencing its third driest winter on record. Local firefighters urge homeowners to prepare early for a potentially dangerous season. Wildfire mitigation efforts will begin immediately and all residents are encouraged to keep emergency evacuation kits in their cars.
Breckenridge Councilman Mike Dudick resigned from his position on Tuesday, April 3, citing a perceived conflict of interest. Dudick is the CEO of Breckenridge Grand Vacations.
On April Fools’ Day, Arapahoe Basin attracts thousands of skiers, snowboarders, and real-life gapers dressed in their best retro gear for Gaper Day.
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