Grand County Jail Log March 2
The Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 34 prisoners as of Monday, a decline of nine from the week before. Those booked into the jail over the past few days, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings include:James F. Reales, 53, of Littleton, vehicular assault, Feb. 24;Zachary M. Giesie, 21, of Fraser, distribution of marijuana, possession of marijuana, Feb. 24, Mittimus;Tyler S. Hindi, 23, of Fraser, violation of a restraining order, Feb. 25;Thomas L. King, 48, of Granby, driving with license revoked, driving under the influence, Feb. 25, Mittimus;William J. Jackson, 37, of Leadville, failure to comply – contempt of court, Feb. 26;Paul D. George, 25, of Fraser, failure to comply, Feb. 26;Edward L. Fulton, 48, of Granby, false imprisonment, 3rd degree assault, Feb. 26;Sara K. Margrave, 25, of Nederland, drug violations, Feb. 27, Mittimus;Evan A. Marks, a.k.a. Evan Masterson, 21, of Kremmling, failure to comply (Mittimus), 3rd degree assault, harassment – insult & taunt, criminal mischief, Feb. 27;Charles H. Neeland, 38, of Kansas City, Mo., obstructing an EMT, Feb. 27;Justine N. Archuleta, 21, of Walden, driving under the influence, speeding -100 mph in a 65 mph zone, reckless endangerment, DUI greater than 0.08 percent, possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, open alcohol container, no proof of insurance, Feb. 28;Nicole J. Davis, 28, of Granby, driving under the influence, weaving, no tail lights, driving with vision obstructed, March 1;Guillermo P. Ferla, 39, of Tabernash, driving under the influence, careless driving, no proof of insurance, March 1;Corey S. Mulligan, 28, of Grand Lake, 1st degree criminal trespassing, burglary from a residence – no forced entry, theft from a building, March 1;Timothy A. Luke, 33, of Littleton, driving under the influence, March 2.
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