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Grand County Court Report

Last week was another busy one in Grand County Court as many defendants were sentenced, including:

Keith R. Einsel, 41, of Superior, was found guilty of driving under the influence. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail and one year of unsupervised probation and ordered to pay fines and costs of $957 and to perform 65 hours of useful community service.

David M. Defrees, 40, of Denver, was sentenced to one year in jail with 361 days suspended after being found guilty of driving while ability impaired – second offense.

The court also ordered him to pay costs and fines of $862, perform 55 hours of useful public service, complete a Level II alcohol education class, undergo Track C alcohol therapy and submit to two years of supervised probation.

Kevin D. McLaughlin, 24, of Fort Collins, was found guilty of driving while ability impaired, for which he was sentenced to one year in jail with 360 days suspended and one day credit for time served as well as one year of probation with alcohol supervision. He was also was ordered to pay costs and fines of $729 and to perform 48 hours of useful public service as well as to complete alcohol therapy.

Ryan C. Moore, 32, of Fraser, was found guilty of driving under the influence and given a deferred sentence of one year of unsupervised probation and 40 hours of useful community service on a charge of failure to display proof of insurance. On the DUI charge, he was sentenced to one year in jail with 359 days suspended and two years of probation with alcohol supervision. In addition, the court ordered him to pay fines and costs of $658, undergo an alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations, perform 70 hours of useful public service and to make a $250 contribution to the Mountain Family Center.

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Christian A. Lambert, 40, of Silverthorne, was found guilty of driving under restraint and ordered to pay fines and costs of $169. In addition, he was given a one year deferred jail sentence and ordered to serve one day in jai. He was also placed on 100 days of unsupervised probation and must perform 44 hours of useful public service.

Travis M. Parrott, 20, of Bellaire, Mich., was given deferred sentences totaling two years of unsupervised probation and 60 hours of useful public service on charges of underage possession/consumption of alcohol and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. He was ordered to pay fines and costs of $151, to undergo an alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and comply with its recommendations and to complete an 8-hour alcohol education class.

James G. Smith, 36, of Winter Park, was found guilty of unlawful conduct on public property. He was ordered to pay costs and fines of $182 and to perform 24 hours of useful public service.

Jesse Donn Steder, 18, of Grand Lake, was found guilty of possession of drug paraphernalia, for which he was sentenced to perform 16 hours of useful public service and ordered to pay costs and fines of $126.

Brandon J. Thompson, 22, of Kremmling, was found guilty of possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, for which he was ordered to perform 36 hours of useful community service, pay fines and costs of $226 and to undergo a substance abuse evaluation and comply with its recommendations.

Spencer S. Tonozzi-Chase, 18, of Granby, was given a deferred sentence of one year unsupervised probation for underage possession/consumption of alcohol. He was also ordered to perform 24 hours of useful public service, to pay fines and costs of $51, to make a $100 contribution to DARE and to complete an 8-hour alcohol education class.

Dan R. Elmore, 49, of Oak Creek, was fined $293 for reckless driving.

Cole D. Boxwell, 18, of Fraser, was fined $279 for speeding 20-24 mph over the limit.

Eric Brownson, 43, of Golden, was fined $115 for speeding 5-9 mph over the limit.

Carlos Rios-Zuniga, 20, of Fraser, was fined $72 for driving without a license.

Vincent W. Fedeli, 32, of Tabernash, was fined $72 for driving with defective

headlamps.

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