Jail Log: Grand County jail population drops to 33
The number of prisoners being held at the Grand County Jail declined over the past week.
Last week, the jail in Hot Sulphur Springs was holding 35 inmates. As of Monday, Sept. 22, it was holding 33.
Those individuals booked at the jail over the past few days, the charges filed against them and the dates of their bookings are:
Javier F. Rangel, 29, of Granby, failing to perform the required public service, driving after license was under restraint and failing to yield the right of way, Sept. 16
Brian E. Maurath, 44, of Lakewood, driving after license was under restraint, Sept. 16, Mittimus
Matthew M. Curran, 40, of Los Angeles, Calif., failure to appear on a charge of criminal mischief and theft $1,000 to $20,000, Sept. 16
William T. Buckner, 50, of Winter Park, driving after license was under suspension, Sept. 17
Joshua A. Nanfito, 35, of Tabernash, driving after license was under restraint due to an alcohol violation, violation of a restraining order and violation of bail bond conditions, Sept. 17
Joshua D. Burner, 18, of Grand Lake, consumption of alcohol by a minor, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to appear, Sept. 17
Joshua D. Burner, 18, of Grand Lake, failure to appear, Sept. 18
Tracey M. Hanold, 42, of Silverthorne, probation violation (bond revoked) and probation violation/trespassing, Sept. 19
Andrew E. Fine, 25, of Denver, driving while ability impaired and possession of an open container of alcohol in a vehicle, Sept. 19
Christopher L. Hamilton, 32, of Winter Park, vehicular eluding, driving under the influence, driving after license was under restraint, eluding police, reckless driving, obstructing a government official, speeding and failure to appear for a traffic offense, Sept. 20
Amanda F. Duran, 23, of Denver, revoking a deferred judgment, Sept. 20, Mittimus
Lawrence M. Evans, 41, of Grand Lake, fugitive of justice from a Park County charge of failure to comply, Sept. 20
David C. Rauch, 46, of Granby, failure to appear on a charge of driving under the influence and failure to appear on a boating charge, Sept. 20
Omar A. Norez-Lopez, 27, of Greeley, fugitive of justice from a Weld County charge of failure to comply, Sept. 20
Todd J. Karnes, 30, of Englewood, driving under the influence, driving after license was under suspension, driving without insurance and speeding 64 mph in a 55 zone
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