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Last week was another busy one for Judge Ben McClelland as he handed down sentence after sentence to defendants in the Grand County Court.

Those defendants receiving sentences include:

Oswaldo Sanchez, 27, of Aurora, was found guilty of driving after license was under restraint due to a alcohol-related violation. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail and fined $532.



John W. Lash Jr., 36, of Granby, was found guilty of driving after license was under restraint. He was sentenced to 20 days in jail and fined $282.

Anthony D. Schneider, 27, of Minot, N.D., was found guilty of driving under the influence, failure to display proof of insurance and driving a defective vehicle. He was sentenced to four days in jail, fined $1,179.50 and has to perform 80 hours of public service. In addition, he is required to complete a Level II alcohol education program and must undergo a Track B alcohol therapy program.



Robert A. Cordova, 22, of Thornton, was found guilty of driving after license was under restraint due to an alcohol-related offense ” second offense. He was sentenced to 11 days in jail, fined $187 and ordered to perform 96 hours of public service. He is also required to make a $250 contribution to Grand Futures.

Matthew J. Hoffman, 41, of Loveland, admitted violating probation for his 2006 conviction for driving under the influence with a prior DUI conviction. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail, ordered to pay $50 for cost of care while in jail and was place on 18 months of unsupervised probation.

Concepion Lopez, 32, of Wheat Ridge, was found guilty of driving after license was under restraint. She was sentenced to six days in jail and fined $262.

Abel Ocamp Guadarrama, 34, of Denver, was found guilty of driving after license was under restraint. He was fined $212 and ordered to perform 48 hours of public service. He was not given any additional jail time because he had already served 18 days.

Karla J. Booth, 39, of Kremmling, was found guilty of harassment by strike, shove and/or kick. She was fined $720 and ordered to undergo a 36-week violence treatment program.

Nicholas D. Groff, 26, of Kremmling, was found guilty of driving while ability impaired and driving a defective vehicle. He was fined $588, ordered to perform 36 hours of public service, and has to undergo an alcohol evaluation and must comply with its recommended treatment.

Paul M. Schwettman, 47, 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 40 hours of public service and must make a $250 charitable contribution to the Mountain Family Center.

Eric M. Miranda, 32, of Hot Sulphur 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 the Mountain Family Center.

Pavor N. Zalesov, 26, of Arvada, 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 charitable contribution to the Mountain Family Center.

Aron Zerezghi, 24, of Thornton, was found guilty of possession of under one ounce of marijuana. He was fined $259 and ordered to perform 24 hours of public service.

Scott N. Morrill, 32, of Denver, was found guilty of improper mountain driving and possession of under one ounce of marijuana. He was fined $205 and ordered to perform 24 hours of public service.

George C. Roberts, 44, of Granby, was given a one-year deferred judgment and sentence on a charge of driving after license was under restraint. He was fined $212, ordered to perform 40 hours of public service and must make a $250 contribution to the Mountain Family Center.

Edward L. Miller, 47, of Denver, was fined $418 for careless driving.

Anna E. McPherson, 25, of Granby, had her 2007 deferred judgment extended to the year of this year on a charge of driving after license was under restraint. In addition, she was ordered to perform a total of 80 hours of public service and must make another $100 contribution to the Mountain Family Center.

Christopher R. Anderson, 18, of Granby, was fined $126 for registration ” fictitious plate.

Dennis J. Reachard, 45, of Hot Sulphur Springs, was fined $112 for improper mountain driving.

Ulises Herrera-Rodriguez, 23, of Allenspark, admitted violating probation for his 2007 convictions for driving under the influence and driving after license was under restraint. He was ordered to perform 40 hours of public service.

James E. Boston, 37, of Granby, was found guilty of a charge of harassment ” alarm/annoy. He was fined $92 and ordered to perform eight hours of public service.

Patrick G. Gleason, 29, of Denver, was fined $92 fopr disorderly conduct by offensive gesture.

Joseph A. Cordova, 51, of Denver, was fined $102 after being found guilty of permitting an unauthorized person to drive.

Edward L. Miller, 47, of Hot Sulphur Springs, was fined $94 for fishing without a license.

Kyle H. Gateley, 25, of Burlington, was fined $88 for having expired license plates.

Carmen Delao-Arciniega, 34, of Denver, was fined $72 for a seat belt violation.

Robert A. Karger, 46, of Grand Lake, was fined $72 for driving without a driver’s license.

Warren S. Cook, 32, of Granby, was fined $72 for permitting an unauthorized person to drive.


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