NEW CASTLE, Colo. — New Castle's chief of police is on administrative leave after being arrested on a felony charge.
Town Administrator Dave Reynolds declined to provide specifics, but the Garfield County Sheriff's Office's inmate report showed Tony Pagni, 58, was booked on the following charges Saturday:
- Menacing (aggravated-weapon), a felony
- Prohibited use of weapons, a misdemeanor
- Harassment (strikes, shoves, kicks), a misdemeanor
The inmate report now shows Pagni has been released from jail.
New Castle is located about 13 miles west of Glenwood Springs.
This is a developing story. 9NEWS will provide more information as it is becomes available.
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