Grand County Jail Log " Dec. 2
After surging into the 40s last week, the number of prisoners being held at the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs slipped back into the 30s.
As of Monday, Dec. 1, the jail had 39 inmates. That was down from 43 on the previous Monday.
Those individuals booked at the jail over the past few days, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings are:
Larry G. Blake, 56, of Grand Lake, driving without a valid driver’s license and driving while ability impaired, Nov. 24;
Shawn T. Page, 22, of Kremmling, fugitive of justice from a Clear Creek County charge of failure to comply with a court order, Nov. 25;
Gary L. Goble, 49, transient, fugitive of justice from Washington County and fugitive of justice from the state of Washington, Nov. 25;
Albert C. Quintana, 27, of Westminster, driving after license was under restraint, speeding, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, Nov. 26;
Justin T. Lefor, 19, of Granby, tampering, Nov. 27;
Brian T. Wilson, 52, of Denver, first degree assault, menacing, obstructing a police officer, resisting arrest, prohibited use of weapon, reckless endangerment, obstructing highway and driving under the influence, Nov. 27;
Madison E. Robuck, 22, McCook, Neb., driving while ability impaired, Nov. 28, Mittimus;
Dustin R. Breinling, 19, of Kremmling, driving while ability impaired and driving after license was under restraint, Nov. 28, Mittimus;
Michael A. Shoemaker, 31, of Hot Sulphur Springs, driving under the influence, driving a vehicle without the required interlock device and failing to obey a traffic control device, Nov. 28;
Abdel I. Carcamo, 20, of Dillon, failure to comply with a court order, Nov. 29;
Chad J. Olson, 39, of Aurora, DUI per se, Nov. 29, Mittimus;
Tyler S. Hindi, 23, of Elizabeth, violation of a protection order, driving under the influence of drugs, no proof of insurance, driving a vehicle without a valid license and speeding, Nov. 30.
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