Grand County Jail Log " Feb. 23 |

Grand County Jail Log " Feb. 23

The Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 43 prisoners as of Monday. Those booked into the jail over the past few days, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings include:

Jesus A. Valenzuela-Monzon, 46, of Granby, driving under the influence, driving a defective vehicle, DUI per se, Feb. 16;

Robert L. Wisecup, 22, of Kremmling, 2nd degree assault, Feb. 16;

Richard F. Stevens, 46, of Grand Lake, harassment, criminal mischief, 3rd degree assault, 2 counts violation of a restraining order, Feb. 17, Mittimus;

Skye B. Rau, 23, of Winter Park, 3rd degree assault, Feb. 17;

Joshua A. Nanfito, 36, of Tabernash, fugitive of justice – Jefferson and Denver counties, Feb. 17;

Nathan P. Luton, 21, of Grand Lake, driving under the influence, vehicle plate not visible, Feb. 18;

Jorge L. Alvarado-Gievara, 34, of Fraser, 3rd degree assault, driving under the influence, Feb. 18, Mittimus;

Danielle M. Dibble, 23, of Taylors Falls, Minn., 2nd degree assault on a peace officer, Feb. 18;

Ryan C. Moore, 32, of Winter Park, driving under the influence, Feb. 19, Mittimus;

Michael R. Maynes, 26, of Northglenn, 3rd degree assault, Feb. 20, Mittimus;

Edward L. Fulton, 48, of Granby, failure to appear – DUI, driving under the influence, Feb. 20, Mittimus;

Todd J. Karnes, 30, of Byers, driving while ability impaired, Feb. 20, Mittimus;

Gregory J. Meinholz, 39, of Golden, driving under the influence, Feb. 20, Mittimus;

Eva L.W. Hoskin, 33, of Fraser, driving under the influence, driving under restraint, careless driving, and one other charge, Feb. 21;

Nicholas B. Payne, 21, of Port St. Lucie, Fla., failure to comply – traffic, 2nd degree burglary of a building, fugitive of justice – Summit County – failure to appear, Feb. 21;

Mark L. Murphy, 39, of Westminster, driving under the influence, careless driving, Feb. 22;

Lawrence, M. Evans, 41, of Grand Lake, criminal mischief, Feb. 22, Mittimus;

Ian T. Hoover, 21, of Farmington, N.M., federal courtesy hold, Feb. 22.

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