As of Monday, the Grand County Jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 31 inmates, four fewer than the previous week. Those booked into the jail during the week, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings included:
Shane R. Selby, 22, of Granby, failure to appear-traffic offense, April 26;
Isaac P. Sanchez, 29, of Denver, failure to appear-two counts, April 26;
Ruland C. Lawson, 26, transient, failure to appear-driving while ability impaired, April 26;
Donald R. Hillegass, 24, transient, possession of marijuana, April 26;
Mark C. Hale, 39, of Granby, driving under denial, April 26, Mittimus;
Christopher J. Vandiemen, 21, of Tyler, Texas, underage possession/consumption of alcohol, April 27, Mittimus;
Amador Saldivar-Guzman, 36, of Granby, eluding a police officer, reckless driving, April 28, Mittimus;
Kevin D. Hall Jr., 35, of Fraser, driving under restraint, April 29, Mittimus;
Norman T. Tompkins Jr., 49, of Fraser, driving under the influence, failure to present proof of insurance, failure to use turn signal, stopped on roadway, April 30;
Robert M. Silva, 38, of Granby, failure to comply-revocation of probation, April 30;
Victor Acevedo, 26, of Granby, failure to comply-bail violation, May 1;
Santos E. Alejandro-Perez, 23, of Kremmling, driving without a valid license, May 1;
Jason L. Enloe, 31, of Fraser, failure to complete useful public service class, May 1, Mittimus.
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