Steamboat Springs A 24-year-old Steamboat Springs man arrested on suspicion of trying to run over several pedestrians has been charged with four counts of attempted first-degree assault.
Mason Adam Miller was arrested on June 18 after a Steamboat Springs couple said he tried to hit them with his vehicle after they yelled at him to slow down on Lincoln Avenue.
Attempted assault is a Class 4 felony and carries a sentence of one to 16 years in prison.
In addition to attempted assault, Miller was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and driving a defective vehicle.
On Wednesday, Public Defender Norm Townsend requested a reduction in Miller's $10,000 bond, but County Judge James Garrecht denied the motion.
The case is set for a status review on July 12.