The following is a list of people booked into the Routt County Jail on suspicion of the listed charges. The arresting agency is listed in parentheses.
Saturday Jan. 27
Dean Robert Freeman, 24, Steamboat Springs Harassment (Steamboat Springs Police Department)
Sunday, Jan. 28
Russell Warren Withrow, 18, Bond Minor in possession of alcohol, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and telephone harassment (SSPD)
Donald Carl Anderson, 34, Coral Springs, Fla., Menacing, harassment, second-degree assault (SSPD)
Monday, Jan. 29
Pam M Dickey, 38, Steamboat Springs Third-degree assault (SSPD)
Marilyn Elizabeth Turner, 38, Steamboat Springs Bond revocation (Routt County Sheriff's Office)
Tuesday, Jan. 30
Julion Ceasar Jimenez, Salt Lake City, Utah Driving under the influence of alcohol, DUI per se and weaving (Colorado State Patrol)
Brian Michael Deem, 32, Steamboat Springs Harassment (SSPD)
Titus Foos Larson, 19, Phippsburg Fugitive of justice (CSP)
Terri Kay Brocas, 35, Phippsburg DUI and DUI per se (Oak Creek Police Department)
Wednesday, Jan. 31
Scott Lee Johnson, 38, Little Rock, Ark., DUI and speeding (SSPD)
James Brody Wakefield, 21, Steamboat Springs DUI and DUI per se (SSPD)
Christopher Scott Rundall, 27, Steamboat Springs DUI and DUI per se (SSPD)
George Emmit Tyson, 36, Steamboat Springs DUI, DUI per se, no valid identification and no proof of insurance (SSPD)
Ronald Lee Harmon, 22, Grand Junction Failure to appear in court (Colorado Department of Corrections)
James Richard Carr, 57, Phippsburg Driving under restraint and driving while ability impaired by alcohol (OCPD)
William Neil Sherry, 32, Oak Creek Violation of a restraining order (SSPD)
William Coark McCormick, 51, Steamboat Springs DWAI and failure to display lamps (RCSO)
James Howard Kelley, 35, Hayden Fugitive of justice (RCSO)
Thursday, Feb. 1
George Maynard Banzhae, 23, Park City, Utah Disregard of a stop sign, DWAI, failure to display lights, no vehicle registration (SSPD)
Gerald Howard Severinghaus Jr., 49, Steamboat Springs DUI and weaving (RCSO)
Matthew Patrick Kotts, 22, Steamboat Springs DUI and disregard of stop sign (RCSO)
Friday, Feb. 2
Kenneth Joseph Holtmeyer, 32, Steamboat Springs Driving under the influence of drugs and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia (CSP)
Thomas Eugene Kinder, 40, Boulder DUI, DUI per se, possession of marijuana and disregard of stop sign (SSPD)
Allison Ann Malt, 23, Steamboat Springs DUI, DUI per se, disregard of stop sign and no proof of insurance (SSPD)
Carl Gerhard Mueller, 74, Steamboat Springs DUI (CSP)
Erik Leons Dargevics, 47, Steamboat Springs DUI, speeding (RCSO)
Gregory Mark Anaple, 33, Steamboat Springs DUI (CSP)
Saturday, Feb. 3
Emily Enger, 52, Oak Creek DUI, DUI per se, failure to signal (OCPD)
Glen Andrew Dulap, 40, Yampa DWAI, failure to signal (RCSO)
Chelsey Lynn Hillstrand, 19, Steamboat Springs DUI, MIP, speeding (RCSO)
Dominick Carey Krekman, 24, Steamboat Springs DUI, weaving, possession of drug paraphernalia (CSP)
The following items were taken from the daily blotter from the Routt County Communications Center.
Saturday, Feb. 2
In addition to making dozens of traffic stops Friday, local law enforcement officers responded to a variety of calls.
4:56 a.m. Police responded to a burglar alarm at the new Federal Express building, 2717 Copper Ridge Circle. No arrests were made.
9:53 a.m. Police were called to Steamboat Springs High School because administration officials were concerned about a planned student walkout. The "walkout" was diverted to the auditorium where students were given a chance to express their concerns about teacher salaries and the firing of a campus supervisor.
9:54 a.m. Officers responded to a motor vehicle accident at Lincoln Avenue and 13th Street. There were no reports of injuries.
12:42 p.m. A woman reported a theft to police at 845 Howelsen Parkway.
1:32 p.m. Police responded to a motor vehicle accident at 811 Yampa Ave. There were no reports of injuries.
6:24 p.m. Police were called by an Alpine Taxi and Limo employee to a motor vehicle accident near the intersection of U.S. 40 and the road to Yampa Valley Regional Airport. No injuries reported.
9:25 p.m. Police were called to deal with a drunken pedestrian at Fifth Street and Lincoln Avenue.