Grand County Jail log " Oct. 21
The number of Grand County Jail prisoners slipped back down this week after rising over the past couple of weeks.
As of Monday, the jail in Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado, was holding 31 inmates. A week ago, it had climbed to 35 prisoners.
Those individuals who were booked over the past few days, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings are:
Duane G. Peper, 55, of Grand Lake, failure to appear for a review hearing, Oct. 14;
Jorge M. Quihua Jimenez, 32, of Aurora, fugitive of justice from an Aurora Police Department charge of failure to appear, Oct. 14;
Philip E. Tacy, 29, of Winter Park, probation revocation, Oct. 14, Mittimus;
Lorenzo O. Cardenez Duarte, 33, of Aurora, driving after license was under restraint, Oct. 14;
Jody M. Roadway, 36, of Granby, driving after license was under restraint with a prior alcohol-related charge, driving under the influence, no proof of insurance and driving a defective vehicle, Oct. 16;
Ricardo Valencia-Sanchez, 34, of Denver, driving after license was under restraint, no proof of insurance and speeding 10 to 19 mph over the limit, Oct. 17;
Tamara Siote, 43, of Denver, driving under the influence, Oct. 17;
Gabriel P. Spaulding, 27, of Winter Park, two charges of theft and two charges of identity theft, Oct. 17;
Miles D. Merritt, 19, of Aurora, fugitive of justice on a Fort Lewis charge of failure to pay, Oct. 17;
Carlos A. Martinez, 37, of Aurora, driving after license was under restraint ” habitual traffic offender and speeding 10 to 19 mph over the limit, Oct. 18;
Adam J. Lynam, 24, of Tabernash, driving under the influence, Oct. 18, Mittimus;
Brian D. Sonntag, 36, of Tabernash, violation of a protection order, driving under the influence and speeding, Oct. 18;
Lisa M. Sedgwick, 47, of Kremmling, failure to appear on a charge of driving under the influence, Oct. 19.
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