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Grand County Jail log " Oct. 6

The prisoner numbers at the Grand County Jail have started to creep up once again.

After falling steadily for the past four weeks, the jail in Hot Sulphur Springs reached a low point in its inmate population last week with a total of 30 prisoners. However, as of this Monday, Oct. 6, the jail was holding 34 inmates.

Those individuals who were booked over the past few days, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings are:



Nathan T. Maciejewski, 34, of Longmont, false imprisonment, Sept. 29;

Brettnie N. Martinez, 21, of Kremmling, two charges of probation violation, Sept. 29;



John F. Aden, 60, of Breckenridge, failure to appear on a charge of failure to comply, Sept. 30;

Thomas M. Schneider, 40, of Granby, two charges of violation of a restraining order, Sept. 30;

Amie N. Kerber, 29, of Granby, third degree assault, Oct. 2;

Concepion Lopez, 32, of Wheatridge, driving after license was under restraint, Oct. 3, Mittimus;

Erick P. Swanson, 30, of Denver, driving under the influence, Oct. 3, Mittimus;

Elijah J. Wonser, 26, of Granby, no writ paperwork, Oct. 3;

Thomas E. Parker, 26, of Winter Park, third degree assault Oct. 4;

Armando Parra-Jiminez, 30, of Lakewood, burglary ” tools possession, driving after license was under restraint, no proof of insurance and theft of motor vehicle parts, Oct. 5;

Edgar Diaz-Sanchez, 29, of Edgewater, burglary ” tools possession and theft of motor vehicle parts, Oct. 5;

Sergio Morales-Parra, 24, of Lakewood, burglary ” tools possession and theft of motor vehicle parts, Oct. 5;

Jeffery R. Romero, 38, of Granby, driving after license was under restraint, Oct. 5, Mittimus;

Jonathan J. Sanchez, 36, of Kremmling, harassment, Oct. 5.


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