911 Tapes Released on Sheen Arrest

Press Release                                                          

For Immediate Release


Stephanie Dasaro, Community Relations Specialist

Aspen Police Department




911 Tape Released in Sheen Arrest


ASPEN, CO - 12/28/2009 1PM – The Aspen Police Department is releasing the 911 recording of the December 25, 2009 call from 320 West Hallam Street, Aspen, Colorado regarding a domestic dispute. The 911 call initiated an investigation into the allegations and the subsequent arrest of Carlos Irwin Estevez, also known as Charlie Sheen, 44, of Encino, California.


The Aspen Police Department’s case report regarding the incident will not be made available, at this time. Releasing the details of the case report and investigation, may compromise the integrity of the subsequent prosecution.


Mr. Sheen was held in the Pitkin County Jail until he was advised by 9th Judicial District Court Judge James Boyd Friday evening. At approximately 7PM on Christmas Day, Mr. Sheen was released from the Pitkin County Jail after posting an $8,500 bond with standard domestic violence bond conditions. His next scheduled court appearance is on February 8, 2010 at 10:30AM, at the Pitkin County Courthouse.


On Friday, December 25, 2009 at 8:34AM the Aspen Pitkin County Communications Center received a 911 call regarding a domestic violence situation at 320 West Hallam Street, Aspen, Colorado. Officers from the Aspen Police Department responded immediately to the scene and upon arrival investigated the incident. Officer Rick Magnuson placed Mr. Sheen under arrest for Second Degree Assault, Menacing, and Criminal Mischief. All charges are coupled with a domestic violence component. Aspen Ambulance responded to the scene, the victim did not require transport to the hospital.


For media questions, please contact the Aspen Police Department at (970) 920-5400 to speak with Community Relations Specialist Stephanie Dasaro.   

Posted on Monday, December 28, 2009