Grand County Jail Log " Feb. 2
As of Monday, the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 37 prisoners, one fewer than last week.
Those booked into the jail in Hot Sulphur Springs over the past few days, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings are:
Jeremy J. Jaehn, 30, of Grand Lake, fugitive of justice/failure to comply, another count of failure to comply – no proof of community service, and failure to pay, Jan. 26;
Matthew A. Hagman, 34, of Northglenn, driving while ability impaired, Jan. 27, Mittimus;
Hon V. Chong, 38, of Tabernash, driving under restraint, Jan. 27, Mittimus;
Victor B. Garcia, 20, of Fraser, distribution of marijuana, driving under the influence, Jan. 28, Mittimus;
Mandy L. Gustafson, 22, of Grand Lake, obstruction of police, resisting arrest, criminal mischief, false reporting, Jan. 29;
Gwenn Pierce, 37, of Denver, failure to appear – defective vehicle, Jan. 29;
Benjamin D. Sutton, 21, of Thorton, fugitive of justice on four warrants, and possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, Jan. 29, Mittimus;
Jorge Varela, 19, of Grand Lake, possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, Jan. 29;
Antonio Dominguez, 25, of Kremmling, motor vehicle theft, Jan. 30;
Aimee K. Daub, 27, of Kremmling, driving while ability impaired, careless driving, alcohol – open container in vehicle, Jan. 30, Mittimus;
Santiago Garcia-Rivas, 23, of Lafayette, driving under restraint, Jan. 30, Mittimus;
Dustin R. Breinling, 19, of Kremmling, possession of drug paraphernalia, Jan. 30, Mittimus;
Jerilee A. Francis, 47, of Lakewood, harassment, Jan. 31;
Anthony P. Brockman, 29, of Wheat Ridge, vehicular eluding, Jan. 31;
Larry G. Blake, 57, of Grand Lake, driving under restraint – alcohol, Feb. 1, Mittimus;
John W. Lash Jr., 37, of Granby, driving under restraint, Feb. 1, Mittimus.
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