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Grand County Jail Report

As of Monday, the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 44 prisoners ” five more than the previous week and close to its official capacity. Those booked into the jail over the past few days, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings include:

Aaron S. Gibas, 23, of Tabernash, driving under the influence, May 11, Mittimus;

James P. Meadows, 25, of Granby, failure to pay – careless driving, May 11;

Lynn D. Catt, 54, of Fraser, driving under the influence, May 12, Mittimus;

Michael J. Penland, 26, of Breckenridge, driving under restraint, May 12, Mittimus;

Garrett W. Boyle, 21, of Denver, blue and red lights on vehicle, May 15;

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Kevin D. Hall Jr., 34, of Lake Charles, La., 3rd degree assault, criminal mischief, May 15;

Amy Kaye Reynolds, 33, of Oklahoma City, Okla., failure to appear – driving under the influence, failure to appear – possession of marijuana, May 15;

Douglas W. Schleppy, 46, of Golden, sexual exploitation of a child, menacing, May 15, Mittimus;

David W. Szuba, 40, of Granby, driving under the influence, May 15, Mittimus;

Joshua M. McBride, 28, of Hot Sulphur Springs, driving while ability impaired, driving under restraint, May 15, Mittimus;

Eric L. Hays, 35, of Wilely, driving while ability impaired, May 15;

Jenna M. Sonntag, 33, of Tabernash, 1st degree criminal trespassing, 3rd degree assault, May 16;

Ethan C. Abbott, 32, of Arvada, 2nd degree assault of a peace officer, obstruction of police, resisting arrest, May 16;

Christopher E. Toler, 35, of Granby, intent to distribute, possession of one to eight ounces of marijuana, failure to drive in a single lane, driving under the influence, failure to provide proof of insurance, possession of drug paraphernalia, May 16;

Jody L. James, 32, of Granby, failure to comply – failure to appear, May 17;

Jose H. Hernandez, 38, of Fraser, violation of a restraining order, harassment, May 17;

Jason Copley, 33, of Grand Lake, harassment, May 18.

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