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Grand County Jail Log

As of Monday, the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 42 prisoners – two fewer than the previous week. Those booked into the jail over the past few days, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings include:

Jason Copely, 33, of Grand Lake, harassment, May 18;

Rachel Y. Householder, 35, of Glenwood Springs, failure to appear, May 19;

Jeffrey J. Mondragon, 39, of Thornton, failure to appear, May 19;

George J. Rosemann, 45, of Loveland, failure to comply – failed to report to jail, May 19;

Julian J. Marquez, 34, of Lakewood, failure to pay – driving under restraint/alcohol, May 20;

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Clarence M. Archuleta, 32, of Granby, violation of a protection order, May 20;

Jeremy A. Hager, 27, of Littleton, failure to appear, May 20, Mittimus;

Christopher W. Hill, 34, of Gateway, Mont., burglary – residence no forced entry, failure to appear, May 20;

James S. Gasner, 36, of Tabernash, disorderly conduct, May 22;

Brent K. Rider, 23, of Grand Lake, driving under the influence, spilled load from car, May 22;

Brian D. White, 27, of Boulder, carrying a concealed weapon, prohibited use of a weapon, obstructing police, obstructing a highway, May 23;

Shannon L. Childers, 42, of Thornton, fugitive of justice – probation violation (Jefferson County), possession of Schedule I controlled substance, driving under restraint – alcohol-related, driving a defective vehicle, possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, May 23;

Josi L. Brand, 38, of Fraser, three counts of failure to appear – Denver, Arapahoe County, Littleton, May 24;

Jeffery A. Young, 25, of Winter Park, driving under the influence, possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, May 24, Mittimus;

Chris L. Spaulding, 28, of Lakewood, habitual traffic offender – driving with a revoked license, speeding – 60 mph in a 35 mph zone, driving without a seat belt, driving while vision obstructed through glass, May 24.

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