Grand County Jail log – Feb. 3, 2010 |

Grand County Jail log – Feb. 3, 2010

Compiled by Sky-Hi Daily News Staff

As of Monday, the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 38 inmates, one fewer than last week. Those booked into the jail over the past week, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings include:

Andrew M. Vanderweide, 34, of Spencer, Iowa, failure to appear – driving under restraint, Jan. 26;

Estevan L. Stubbs, 37, of Kremmling, fugitive of justice – Alaska, Jan. 26;

Todd W. Nevitt, 32, of Winter Park, diving while ability impaired, Jan. 27, Mittimus;

Stephanie J. Lucas, 40, of Fraser, 3rd degree assault, Jan. 27;

Michael B. Rogers, 40, of Fraser, disorderly conduct, violation of bail bonds, Jan. 27;

Jonathan E. Bechtel, 28, of Waltham, Mass., introduction of contraband in the 1st degree, obstruction of police, resisting arrest, obstructing a highway or passageway, disorderly conduct, Jan. 27;

Kimball A. Pease, 58, of Kremmling, prohibited use of a weapon, driving under the influence, Jan. 29, Mittimus;

Adam L. Maddux, 22, of Hot Sulphur Springs, criminal mischief, motor vehicle offense, Jan. 29, Mittimus;

Jeremy P. Abel, 31, of Kremmling, attempting to elude a police officer and three other driving offenses, Jan. 30;

James A. Finch, 50, of Granby, driving under the influence, DUI per se, failure to drive in a single lane, Jan. 30;

Richard C. Stines, 64, of Littleton, driving under the influence, Jan. 31, Mittimus;

Charles S. Hood, 42, of Englewood, theft under $500, Jan. 31, Mittimus;

Anita L. Johnston, 22, of Kremmling, criminal mischief, harassment, Jan. 31.

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