Grand County CO Court Report 2012
Various sentences were handed down in District Court and Grand County Court at Hot Sulphur Springs last week. Among them were:
Michael E. Bailey Jr., 30, of Mankato, Minn., was given a deferred sentence of 90 days in jail, with credit for 90 days served, and four years of probation on a charge of theft/series $1,000-$20,000. Bailey was also found guilty of theft $500-$1,000 and was sentenced to 60 days in jail, with credit for 60 days served, and four years of probation, concurrent. Bailey was ordered to pay $12,272.95 in fines, costs and restitution, to perform 100 hours of community service, to obtain a mental health evaluation and comply with its recommendations and to make a $750 contribution to Colorado West Mental Health.
Danielle C. Broady, 19, of Granby was found guilty of two counts of unlawful use of a controlled substance and was sentenced to 365 days in jail, with 355 days suspended and credit for 10 days served, and two years of probation. Broady was also ordered to pay $901.50 in fines and costs, to perform 100 hours of community service, and to complete a substance abuse evaluation and comply with its recommendations.
Andrews Morales-Najera, 46, of Kremmling, was found guilty of 2nd degree trespassing on agricultural land and was sentenced to 180 days in jail, with 150 days suspended and credit for three days served, and two years of probation. Morales-Najera was also ordered to pay $363 in fines and costs.
Earl J. McCrea, 31, of Estes Park was found guilty of hunting/fishing under lifetime suspension and was sentenced to 90 days in jail (suspended) and was ordered to pay $2,768.50 in fines and costs, to perform 60 hours of community service, and to make a $1,000 contribution to Operation Game Thief.
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