Grand County Court report " March 11 | SkyHiNews.com

Grand County Court report " March 11

A Greeley man will spend more than six months in jail after being convicted of motor vehicle theft in District Court at Hot Sulphur Springs last week, while some Grand County motorists will do jail time for drinking and driving. Cases adjudicated in District and County courts last week included:

District Court

Jeremyah D. Woolbright, 19, of Greeley, was found guilty of aggravated 2nd degree motor vehicle theft $1,000 – $20,000 and resisting arrest, for which he was sentenced to 18 months in community corrections with credit for 147 days served and an additional sentence of 365 days in jail with credit for 147 days served, time to be served concurrently. In addition, a deferred sentence of four years of probation was revoked and he was ordered to pay fines and costs of $2,942.

Todd Metz, 51, of Fraser, was found guilty of possession of drug paraphernalia and given a deferred sentence on a charge of possession of a Schedule 2 controlled substance. The deferred sentence is two years of supervised probation, while the guilty plea for drug paraphernalia entails a sentence of 24 hours of community service. In addition, he was ordered to pay fines and costs of $2,520.80, to complete an additional 96 hours of useful public service, to make a $500 contribution to Operation Game Thief, to submit to and pay for drug testing, and to obtain an alcohol and drug evaluation and comply with its recommendations.

County Court

Dean S. Smith, 47, of Grand Lake, was found guilty of driving under restraint – alcohol and driving under the influence. He was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 185 days suspended and another 180 days, to be served concurrently, plus two years of supervised probation and 70 hours of useful public service. In addition, he was ordered to pay fines and costs of $698, and to abstain from alcohol during probation.

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Bruce G. Armstead, 45, of Winter Park, was found guilty of driving under the influence, for which he was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 351 days suspended and two years of supervised probation. In addition, he was ordered to pay fines, fees and costs totaling $962, to complete 90 hours or useful public service, to complete a Level II alcohol course and Track D alcohol therapy, to abstain from alcohol during probation and treatment, and to pay $15.90 to the Fraser-Winter Park Police Department.

Ronald Y. Walton, 40, of Denver, was found guilty of driving under the influence, for which he was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 359 days suspended and two years of supervised probation. In addition, he was ordered to pay fines, fees and costs of $851, to complete 80 hours of useful public service, to obtain an alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations, to abstain from alcohol during probation and treatment, and to pay $85.90 to the Fraser-Winter Park Police Department.

Lane Brandt Burgess, 43, of Westminster, was found guilty of driving while ability impaired and careless driving, for which he was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 174 suspended and one year of supervised probation. The defendant was also ordered to pay fines and costs of $788, to perform 30 hours of useful public service, to obtain an alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations, and to abstain from alcohol during probation.

Heather M. Hayes, 47, of Grand Lake, was found guilty of driving under influence, for which she was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 360 days suspended and two years of supervised probation. She was also ordered to pay fines, fees and costs totaling $717, to perform 48 hours of useful public service, and to obtain an alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations.

Timothy P. Ringgold, 42, of Fraser, was found guilty of speeding 20-24 mph over the limit and was given deferred sentence on a charge of driving under the influence. The deferred sentence entails two years of supervised probation. In addition, he was ordered to pay fines and costs of $563, complete Level II alcohol therapy, to complete 96 hours of useful public service and to make a $500 contribution to Grand Futures.

Lillian Norwood Baty, 24, of Fraser, was found guilty of driving while ability impaired and was sentenced to 180 days in jail (suspended) and one year of supervised probation. She was ordered to pay fines, costs and fees totaling $592, to perform 30 hours of useful public service, and to submit to an alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations.

Roxanna Whelan-Francis, 45, of Lakewood, was found guilty of driving a defective vehicle and was given a deferred sentence of one year of supervised probation on a charge of driving while ability impaired. She was ordered to pay fines and costs of $538, to complete 40 hours of useful public service, to make a $250 contribution to DARE, and to undergo an alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations.

Michelle M. Williams, 21, of Winter Park, was given a deferred sentence of one year of unsupervised probation on a charge of driving while ability impaired. She was ordered to pay fines and costs of $292, to make a $250 contribution to DARE, to complete Level I alcohol treatment, to complete 40 hours of useful public service, and to pay restitution of $85.90 to the Fraser-Winter Park Police Department.

Tug J. Fleckenstein, 23, of Castle Rock, was found guilty of driving under restraint. His deferred sentence of one year of unsupervised probation was revoked, he was sentenced to one year of unsupervised probation, ordered to pay fines, fees and costs of $282, and to complete 40 hours of useful public service.

Henry S. Magana, 23, of Denver, was given a deferred sentence of one year of unsupervised probation on a charge of driving under restraint. He was ordered to pay fines, fees and costs totaling $468, to complete 48 hours of useful public service and to make a $250 contribution to Operation Game Thief.

Taylor W. Hutchins, 54, of Fort Collins, was found guilty of possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, for which he ordered to pay fines, fees and costs totaling $226 and to complete 24 hours of useful public service.

Ian B. Miller, 22, of Granby, was given a deferred sentence of one year of unsupervised probation on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. He was also ordered to pay fines, fees and costs of $151, to complete 24 hours of useful public service and to make a $100 contribution to DARE.

Michael J. Triplett, 20, of Granby, was found guilty of disorderly conduct – fighting in public, for which he was sentenced to 60 days in jail (suspended) and to 30 hours of useful public service. He was also ordered to pay fines, fees and costs totaling $282.

Sean James Hull, 34, of Granby, was given a deferred sentence of one year of probation on a charge of disorderly conduct – offensive gesture. He was ordered to pay fines, fees and costs of $126, to complete 24 hours of useful public service, and to make a $100 contribution to Mountain Family Center.

Barney J. Clancy, 47, of Monument, was given a deferred sentence of one year of unsupervised probation on a charge of disorderly conduct – offensive gesture. He was also ordered to pay fines, fees and costs totaling $282, to complete 24 hours of useful public service to make a $100 contribution to Mountain Family Center.

Conrado Acevedo-Solano, 4-17-59, of Aurora, was fined $216 for speeding 10-19 mph over the limit.

Brian D. Clark, 45, of Lakewood, was fined $123 for a registration and taxation violation.

Scott Allen Durham, 47, of Germantown, Tenn., was fined $115 for speeding 5-9 mph over the limit.

Sean P. Green, 19, of Gardiner, Maine, was fined $70 for a defective vehicle.

Abigail M. Bushnell, 30, of Steamboat Springs, was fined $48 for defective headlamps.

Charles D. Long, 52, of Highlands Ranch, was fined $48 for defective headlamps.

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