Grand County Jail Log " Nov. 18
Those individuals who were booked at the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado, over the past few days, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings are:
Dustin R. Breinling, 19, of Kremmling, failure to appear, Nov. 10;
Matthew J. Hoffman, 42, of Loveland, probation violation, Nov. 10;
John A. Bennett, 48, of Thorton, driving under the influence, Mittimus, Nov. 10;
Kyle Falzitto, 20, of Winter Park, 3rd degree assault, criminal mischief, harassment, Nov. 10;
Bradley S. Classen, 44, of Granby, driving while ability impaired, Nov. 10;
Sally B. Charlie, 21, of Fraser, 3rd degree assault, Nov. 11;
Rick D. Kratovil, 46, of Glenwood Springs, probation violation, Mittimus, Nov. 11;
Jeremy J. Kennell, 31, of Granby, fraud by check; Nov. 12;
Joe L. Carrier, 41, of Fort Collins, driving under the influence, DUI per se, careless driving, Nov. 12;
Matthew L. Daniel, 40, of Northglenn, probation violation, Mittimus, Nov. 13;
Roger S. Terwilliger, 48, of Superior, driving under the influence, DUI per se, careless driving, Nov. 13;
Shane M. Schmuck, 23, of Granby, driving under the influence, failure to present evidence of insurance, weaving, expired license plates, Nov. 14;
Gary T. Hilton, 43, of Granby, driving under restraint – alcohol, Mittimus, Nov. 14;
George Roesemann, 44, of Littleton, driving under restraint, Mittimus, Nov. 14;
Robert A. Cordova, 23, of Northglenn, driving under restraint, Mittimus, Nov. 14;
Paul Esparza, 37, of Commerce City, driving under restraint, Mittimus, Nov. 14;
Adam S. Sanchez, 35, of Kremmling, failure to appear/contempt, Nov. 15;
Stephen R. Branstetter, 29, of Hot Sulphur Springs, violation of a restraining order, driving under the influence, license canceled/denied, no proof of insurance, possession of drug paraphernalia, no seat belt, Nov. 15;
Heather A. Nelson, 20, of Aurora, driving under the influence, underage consumption of alcohol, improper use of a disabled parking space, harassment, Nov. 16.
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