Court knocks Aspen Art Museum climber down a few notches

30th April, 2015 by


What appears to be downtown Aspen’s most popular illegal climbing wall continues to be a source of tomfoolery.On Wednesday, an Aspen newcomer pleaded guilty to trespassing after police popped him for scaling the basket-like exterior of the Aspen Art Museum.Ted Gardenswartz, sitting in for Aspen Municipal Court Judge Brooke Peterson, ordered Dillon Gross, 22, to perform 10 hours of public service and pay a probation fee of $150. The judge also gave Gross a six-month deferred judgment.“What was the purpose?” Gardenswartz asked Gross.“It just was a very out-of-character decision,” responded Gross, who said he works at an Aspen pot shop. …

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