The Jail Report for July 5 to 12

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All charges relating to a June 17 arrest of Deborah H. Wilson, of Steamboat Springs, were dismissed July 11.

Thursday, July 5

Barbara J. Escajeda, 57, Steamboat Springs — vehicular eluding, resisting officer, reckless driving, fugitive of justice (Steamboat Springs Police Department)

Robert E. Forbis, 52, Pocatello, Idaho — DUI, improper left turn (SSPD)

Edward N. Jenny, 23, Oak Creek — Driving under the influence of drugs, failure to signal, possession of controlled substance (SSPD)

Zakary T. Nadzak, 22, Steamboat Springs — DUI, DUI per se (Colorado State Patrol)

Jesse K. Raikes, 30, Steamboat Springs — DUI, no proof/evidence of insurance, improper left turn (CSP)

Perry J. Spiehs, 41, Steamboat Springs — third-degree assault (SSPD)

Christopher W. Ward-Sowa, 45, Steamboat Springs — violation of protection order (SSPD)

Friday, July 6

Toni M. Cratsley, 40, Steamboat Springs — DUI, careless driving (SSPD)

Jamie L. Dejesus II, 36, Jersey City, N.J. — improper left turn, driving under revocation/suspension/denial (SSPD)

Leonardo D. Santillan, 27, Aurora — failure to appear in court (no agency listed)

Christopher W. Ward-Sowa, 45, Steamboat Springs — violation of protection order, violation of bond conditions (SSPD)

Stephan L. Zittel, 53, Steamboat Springs — fugitive of justice (CSP)

Saturday, July 7

Jesse L. Hewins, 35, Manhattan, Kan. — DUI, driving under restraint (SSPD)

Edward C. Wheeler, 37, Steamboat Springs — violation of protection order (Routt County Sheriff’s Office)

Matthew S. Wheeler, 37, Hayden — violation of protection order, violation of bond conditions, three counts of third-degree assault, three counts of harassment (RCSO)

Sunday, July 8

Bruce S. Lobban, 34, Steamboat Springs — DUI, failed to signal, driving under revocation/suspension/denial (CSP)

Joseph R. McConkey, 20, Steamboat Springs — DUI, DUI per se, illegal possession of alcohol by minor, violation of protection order, speeding (SSPD)

Mark L. Shepherd, 30, Fruita — driving under restraint, displayed expired license plate, fugitive of justice (RCSO)

Scott A. Swanson, 35, Kremmling — DUI, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, open alcohol beverage container, no proof/evidence of insurance (CSP)

Monday, July 9

Michael E. Elliott, 21, Steamboat Springs — criminal mischief, third-degree assault (SSPD)

Ian B. Noyer, 27, Steamboat Springs — vehicular eluding, DUI, reckless driving, speeding, weaving, unsafe tires, not wearing seatbelt (RCSO)

Tuesday, July 10

Eduardo I. Barrientos-Zapata, 23, Denver — unlawful distribution/manufacturing (All Crimes Enforcement Team)

Bradley N. Whalen, 44, Las Vegas — DUI, failure to signal (SSPD)

Wednesday, July 11

John A. Mell, 46, Steamboat Springs — failure to appear in court (SSPD)

Thursday, July 12

Cody T. Counts, 23, Steamboat Springs — DUI, failure to display headlights (SSPD)

Gary W. Fry, 44, Hayden — harassment, menacing (Hayden Police Department)

Christopher J. Garcia, 21, Steamboat Springs — failure to appear in court (SSPD)

Friday, July 13

Arrests were not available and will be printed July 22.

Comments

bill schurman 2 years, 5 months ago

Looks like folks just do not get it that driving under the influence or while impaired is illegal. Good for the cops to get them off the road.

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Scott Wedel 2 years, 5 months ago

Christopher W. Ward-Sowa, 45, Steamboat Springs — violation of protection order (SSPD)

Christopher W. Ward-Sowa, 45, Steamboat Springs — violation of protection order, violation of bond conditions (SSPD)

That would have been an interesting bond hearing the second time. What part of the first bond hearing was too difficult to understand and so he violated BOTH the restraining order and the bond conditions?

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rhys jones 2 years, 5 months ago

And nobody mentions the Wheeler boys? My Buds!! This County ain't big enough for the both of 'em

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Scott Wedel 2 years, 5 months ago

Wheelers were good, but being arrested Friday for the same restraining order that got him arrested on Thursday plus now bond condition shows a particularly short attention span.

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