Thursday, January 11, 2001
Steamboat Springs A former Steamboat Springs man will be in court today to answer to charges of violation of a bail bond condition, a class six felony, and violation of a retraining order, a class one misdemeanor.
Adam Whitlow Cumbie already faces serious charges stemming from an alleged assault of a friend and former girlfriend last year.
Cumbie has been charged with second-degree assault with a deadly weapon, violent crime with use of a weapon, criminal attempt and third-degree assault.
These charges were filed due to an incident that happened last March.
Cumbie, 28, is scheduled to appear in 14th Judicial District Court Judge Joel S. Thompson's courtroom this afternoon. The court proceeding is set for 2:30 p.m.
James Oliphant, Cumbie's attorney, had not examined the new charges and would not comment on the latest development.
If Cumbie is convicted of the bail bond charge, he faces a mandatory year in prison.
Feldmann was also unavailable for comment to explain the alleged circumstances that led to the filing of the new charges.
However, as part of a bond condition, Cumbie is to stay out of trouble with the law and refrain from using alcohol.
A restraining order that has been filed against him prohibits him to have any contact with the victims of the alleged assaults.