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Grand County Jail log – March 16, 2010

As of Tuesday, the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 29 inmates, six 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:

Kyle A. Scarbrough, 23, of Granby, driving under restraint, March 7, Mittimus;

Justine N. Archuleta, 22, of Walden, fugitive of justice – failure to appear, failure to appear – speeding, March 8;

Jensen Golden, 20, of Denver, fugitive of justice – failure to appear, March 8;

Michael A. Shoemaker, 33, of Granby, bond revocation, March 8;

Richard W. Jackson, 59, of Kremmling, driving under the influence, March 8;

Tania I. Valenzuela-Soto, 20, of Denver, driving without a valid license, speeding 25-39 mph over the limit, no proof of insurance, March 8;

Dawn E. Woronovitch, 46, of LaPorte, introducing contraband, March 8, Mittimus;

Brian D. Thornhill, 52, of Denver, fugitive of justice – failure to appear, cutting timber without a permit, failure to dispose of sewage, constructing an unauthorized structure on U.S. Forest Service property, residing on Forest Service property, camping in one spot longer than 14 days, March 9;

Woodruff L. Johnson, 43, of Colorado City, Ariz., fugitive of justice – failure to appear, March 10;

Michael Nicol, 44, of Commerce City, failure to appear, March 11;

John S. Tweed, 62, of Morrison, violation of a restraining order – two counts, March 12, Mittimus;

Rafael Villa-Melendez, 42, of Denver, habitual traffic offender, March 12;

Trevor S. Hatch, 26, of Fraser, criminal mischief, failure to comply – driving under the influence, March 12.


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