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Grand County Court report " Oct. 28

Jail sentences and hefty fines were meted out to a couple of defendants appearing before Judge Mary Hoak of the 14th Judicial District Court last week in Hot Suplphur Springs, Colorado.

Receiving 18 months in the Colorado Department of Corrections with credit for five days of presentence confinement was 26-year-old Jason P. Horvath of Grand Lake, who was found guilty of aggravated driving with a revoked license. Horvath was also ordered to pay $619 in fines.

Sentenced to 40 days in jail with 32 days credit for time already served was 20-year-old Michael J. Carter of Granby after he was found guilty of second degree burglary of a dwelling and attempted theft under $500. The judge also ordered Carter to pay $2,943.80 in fines and restitution and perform 160 hours of public service.



County Court

The number of prisoners at the Grand County Jail may be seeing an increase soon after several defendants received sentences in the Grand County Court last week.



Judge Ben McClelland handed down sentences to the following defendants:

Thomas M. Schneider, 40, of Mahopac, N.Y., was found guilty of the criminal violation of a restraining order. He was sentenced to one year in jail with credit for 20 days of presentence confinement.

Ryan C. Baumberger, 24, of Grand Lake, was found guilty of a charge of engaging in a riot without a weapon. He was sentenced to 160 days in jail to be served concurrently with another sentence. He was also fined $59.

Jose T. Carroll, 25, of Granby, admitted violating probation for his March 2008 convictions for two charges of providing alcohol to a minor. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail.

Jorge Arrieta-Ocampo, 42, of Denver, was found guilty of driving after license was under restraint. He was sentenced to 55 days in jail and fined $282.

Mathew J. Foltz, 29, of Granby, was found guilty of disorderly conduct by offensive gesture. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail to be served concurrently with a Douglas County sentence and fined $242.

Chad J. Olson, 39, of Aurora, was found guilty of DUI per se and the illegal possession of a weapon. He was sentenced to 21 days in jail despite already completing 56 days of presentence confinement. He was also fined $993 and ordered to perform 120 hours of public service.

Matthew M. Curran, 40, of Denver, was found guilty of a charge of theft $500-$1,000. For that offense, he was ordered to pay $8,631.90 in fines, restitution and extradition costs. He was also given a one-year deferred judgment and sentence on a charge of criminal mischief under $500. For this offense, he was fined $26 and ordered to make a $100 contribution to Operation Game Thief.

Richard A. Myers, 37, of Parshall, was found guilty of harassment by strike, shove and/or kick. He was sentenced to 20 days in jail, fined $1,456 and ordered to complete a violence treatment program. In addition, he is required to undergo a mental health evaluation and must comply with its recommended treatment.

Carlos A. Martinez, 37, of Aurora, was found guilty of driving after revocation. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail, fined $256 and ordered to perform 90 hours of public service.

Duncan J. Banker, 24, of Centennial, was found guilty of driving under the influence and careless driving. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail, fined $1,208, ordered to perform 66 hours of public service and must complete a Level II alcohol education program.

Quinn J. Wilcox, 23, of Grand Lake, was found guilty of snowmobiling under the influence. He was sentenced to five days in jail and fined $141.

Brennon B. Games, 26, of Englewood, was found guilty of harassment by strike, shove and/or kick. He was sentenced to two days in jail, fined $402 and ordered to perform 30 hours of public service.

Allie D. Shafner, 22, of Englewood, was given a three-year deferred judgment and sentence on a charge of driving under the influence and was found guilty of improper mountain driving and reckless driving. Shafner was fined $848, placed on three years of probation with alcohol monitoring, ordered to perform 96 hours of public service and must make a $1,000 contribution to Operation Game Thief. In addition, Shafner is required to undergo an alcohol evaluation and must comply with its recommended treatment.

Karabeth M. Hanna, 27, of Winter Park, was found guilty of driving while ability impaired and speeding 5 to 9 mph over the limit. She was fined $945, ordered to perform 40 hours of public service, and must complete a Level II alcohol education and Track B alcohol therapy programs.

Alicia A. Worley, 51, of Grand Lake, was fined $525 after being found guilty of careless driving.

Ulises Tevillo-Sanchez, 23, of Denver, was given a one-year deferred judgment and sentence on a charge of driving after license was under restraint. He was fined $182, ordered to perform 20 hours of public service and must make a $125 contribution to Operation Game Thief.

Kevin T. Lyda, 21, of Hot Sulphur Springs, was found guilty of underage possession/consumption of alcohol. He was fined $217, ordered to perform 60 hours of public service and must complete an alcohol awareness class.

Karl E. Rohrbaugh, 49, of Wheat Ridge, was ordered to perform 120 hours of public service after he admitted violating probation for 1995 conviction for having no proof of insurance.

Jordan Miller, 21, of Kremmling, was given a one-year deferred judgment and sentence on a charge of driving after license was under restraint. He was fined $182 and ordered to perform 40 hours of public service.

Luke W. Steckler, 23, of Winter Park, was ordered to complete 48 hours of public service and complete an alcohol awareness classes for his 2007 conviction on a charge of driving while ability impaired.

Randall S. Piper, 44, of Granby, was found guilty of driving after license was under restraint. He was fined $182, ordered to perform 40 hours of public service and must make a $250 contribution to Operation Game Thief.

Tomas Skoda, 32, of Steamboat Springs, was given a one-year deferred judgment and sentence on a charge of driving after license was under restraint. He was fined $182, ordered to perform 40 hours of public service and must make a $250 contribution to Colorado West Mental Health.

Kevin L. Sweet, 40, of Granby, was fined $450 for failing to report an accident.

Becky L. Birkeneder, 28, of Winter Park, was found guilty of harassment by strike, shove and/or kick. She was fined $192 and ordered to perform 16 hours of public service.

Keith J. Scianna, 23, of Aurora, was fined $268 for speeding 25 mph or more over the limit.

Nathan Ringel, 47, of Palm Beach, Fla., was fined $216 for speeding 10 to 19 mph over the limit.

Robert Brinkley, 20, of Kremmling, was fined $196 for two charges of seat belt violations and having an obstructed windshield.

Russell H. Martin, 20, of Grand Lake, was fined $192 for disorderly conduct – unreasonable noise.

Aaron Deberge, 27, of Granby, was fined $188 for speeding 10 to 19 mph over the limit.

Twanij T. Manders, 39, of the Netherlands, was fined $165 for passing where prohibited.

Paul D. Mahon, 48, of Westminster, was fined $154 for having an unregistered vehicle.

James W. Hancock, 63, of Englewood, was fined $136 for not using a child restraint.

Desire L. Vacher, 51, of Encampment, Wyo., was fined $126 for a seat belt violation.

Jennifer J. Hill, 41, of Denver, was fined $126 for a seat belt violation.

Daimon C. Roper, 32, of Hot Sulphur Springs, was fined $126 for a seat belt violation.

Jeremy J. Glenn, 31, of Granby, was fined $126 for a seat belt violation.

Jorge L. Jasso, 32, of Aurora, was fined $119 for having expired license plates.

Antonio Cruz-Luis, 20, of Breckenridge, was fined $103 for driving without a driver’s license.

Samuel S. Farrell, 51, of Fraser, was fined $73 for allowing an unauthorized person to drive.


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