Grand County Jail log – March 9, 2010 |

Grand County Jail log – March 9, 2010

As of Tuesday, the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 35 inmates, two more 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 Carlson, 46, of Grand Lake, driving under suspension, March 1, Mittimus;

Kelly G. Chope, 23, of Granby, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, March 2;

Matthew S. Carlson, 26, of Denver, failure to pay – defective vehicle, March 3;

Piotr Kosyl, 35, of Denver, failure to comply – failure to serve jail time, March 3;

Michael Bailey, 28, of Fraser, driving under restraint – alcohol-related, driving while ability impaired, March 3, Mittimus;

Devlyn Hall, 33, of E. Rutherford, N.J., 2nd degree assault, March 4;

Herson M. Lujan, 31, of Kremmling, 3rd degree assault, harassment, March 5;

Kyle J. Kent, 20, of Granby, intent to distribute marijuana, providing liquor to underage persons, drug equipment violations, illegal possession/consumption of alcohol, possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, March 5;

Kent M. Windholz, 21, of Lawrence, Kan., obstruction of police, providing alcohol to a minor, possession of marijuana, March 5;

Arthur P. Aguilar, 52, of Granby, harassment, March 5;

John T. Steel, 44, of Kremmling, criminal mischief, March 5, Mittimus;

Ann F. Auchincloss, 46, of Tabernash, driving under the influence, careless driving, March 6;

James T. North, 57, of Grand Lake, driving under the influence, DUI per se, March 6;

Jason E. Shearer, 40, of Kremmling, criminal mischief, harassment, March 6, Mittimus;

Corey A. Schulz, 18, of Brooklyn, N.Y., driving under the influence of drugs, weaving, March 7;

Christopher E. Romain, 27, of Overland Park, Kan., disorderly conduct, March 7.

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