Grand County Jail Log " Jan. 26 |

Grand County Jail Log " Jan. 26

As of Monday, the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 38 prisoners, seven fewer than the previous two weeks.

Those booked into the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs over the past few days, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings are:

Terry W. Russell, 24, of Granby, improper mountain driving, driving while ability impaired, Jan. 19, Mittimus;

Ruslan A. Dovgolenok, 37, of Denver, fugitive of justice/failure to appear, Jan. 19;

Amanda J. Garcia, 21, of Denver, driving under restraint, Jan. 20, Mittimus;

Larry A. Clary, 57, of Kremmling, driving under the influence, Jan. 21, Mittimus;

Gina E. Lee, 20, of Granby, Community Corrections to Department of Corrections, Jan. 22;

Summer L. Shuster, 31, of Hot Sulphur Springs, driving under the influence, Jan. 22, Mittimus;

Debra A. Landa, 55, of Grand Lake, driving under the influence, no headlights, Jan. 22;

Brian M. Gregg, 34, of Cheyenne, Wyo., driving under the influence, DUI per se, and speeding, Jan. 23;

Nolan C. Bray, 26, of Winter Park, prohibited use of weapons, Jan. 23;

Francisco Andrade, 23, of Fraser, providing alcohol to a minor, Jan. 23, Mittimus;

Michael R. Baughar, 48, of Granby, driving under the influence, Jan. 23, Mittimus;

Kayleen Sue Reeve, 51, of Fraser, 2nd degree burglary, 3rd degree assault, harassment, and theft – less than $500, Jan. 23;

Carlos H. Luch, 47, of Denver, driving under suspension, Jan. 23, Mittimus;

Laurie L. Hartless, 44, of Granby, violation of bail bonds, Jan. 24;

Scott T. Lyons, 44, of Winter Park, failure to comply, Jan. 24;

Christopher J. Aument, 22, of Tabernash, driving under the influence, careless driving, possession of marijuana, Jan. 25;

Eric M. Krapil, 30, of Wilmette, Ill., driving under the influence, careless driving, Jan. 25.

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