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Grand County Jail log, March 24, 2010

Sky-Hi Daily News staff report
Grand County, CO Colorado

As of Monday, the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 26 inmates, three 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:

Kenneth L. Linke, 40, of Centennial, failure to pay, March 15;

Eric J. Anduha, 20, of Granby, driving under restraint, March 15;

Brian L. Haynes, 32, of Steamboat Springs, driving while ability impaired, possession of less than once ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, speeding, March 15;

Dorian M. Clinton, failure to comply-driving under the influence, March 15, Mittimus;

Patricia C. Grove, 33, of Granby, remanded to custody of Colorado Department of Corrections, March 16;

Lisa L. Wattenberg, 45, of Thornton, driving under the influence, March 16;

Curtis C. Fredrickson, 18, of Kremmling, driving under restraint, March 17;

Terry A. Reiley, 59, of Granby, driving under the influence, DUI per se, speeding, March 17;

Cliff C. Hummel, 22, of Berthoud, 3rd degree assault, March 18;

John L. Brown, 28, of Grand Lake, failure to appear-traffic case, March 18;

Leann M. Ekren, 18, of Kremmling, driving under the influence, DUI per se, failure to drive in a single lane, March 20;

Matthew Robl, 41, of Littleton, unlawful operation of a snowmobile, March 20;

Jesus Rodriguez-Raygoza, 26, of Granby, driving under the influence, DUI per se, no valid driver’s license, failure to drive in a single lane, no seat belt, March 20.


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