Jail Report for Aug. 24 to Aug. 30, 2013


Jail Report

The following is a list of people booked into Routt County Jail on suspicion of the listed charges. The arresting agency is listed in parentheses.

Saturday, Aug. 24

Aryn J. Kresl, 23 — DUI, DUI per se, failure to display headlights (Steamboat Springs Police Department)

Kathryn Cummings, 55 — DUI, careless driving (SSPD)

Scott D. Harder, 33 — menacing (Hayden Police Department)

Randel C. Hargadine, 59 — DUI, DUI per se, passing without sufficient clearance, passing while view obstructed (Colorado State Patrol)

Sunday, Aug. 25

Nelson R. Brassell, 22 — fugitive of justice (Routt County Sheriff’s Office)

Gary A. Harrison, 58 — two counts of possession of a controlled substance, theft (SSPD)

Monday, Aug. 26

James J. Craig, 42 — fugitive of justice (RCSO)

Kristin M. Cronin, 46 — fugitive of justice (SSPD)

Nile R. Halvorson, 22 — fugitive of justice (CSP)

Tuesday, Aug. 27

James R. Franklin, 43 — aggravated motor vehicle theft, driving under restraint, DUI, open alcohol beverage container (CSP)

Matthew L. Pavia, 31 — DUI, careless driving, violation of protection order, three counts of fugitive of justice (SSPD)

Wednesday, Aug. 28

Brendan M. Wu, 27 — driving while ability impaired, speeding (RCSO)

Thursday, Aug. 29

Paul H. Hladick, 24 — driving while ability impaired, careless driving (SSPD)

Cory A. Sohonyay, 40 — second-degree introduction of contraband (RCSO)

Joshua J. Stewart, 29 — fugitive of justice (RCSO)

Janae C. White, 27 — harassment, child abuse (HPD)

Friday, Aug. 30

Heather N. Beougher, 31 — fugitive of justice (RCSO)

Donald E. Jarosz, 49 — aggravated motor vehicle theft (RCSO)

Michael A. McArthur, 32 — two counts of violation of protection order, first-degree criminal trespassing, child abuse

John A. Mell, 47 — violation of protection order (SSPD)

Laura D. Refka, 53 — DUI, DUI per se, reckless driving, no proof of insurance, leaving accident involving damage, failure to notify police (SSPD)


walt jones 12 months ago

So the afternoon KBCR DJ arrested. Now she can play some jail tunes by Johnny Cash!!


John Fielding 12 months ago

It is possible to be a fugitive of justice without even knowing they are looking for you.


rhys jones 12 months ago

Yes. Warrants can be issued in error too. Clerical mistake. That's a weekend I'll never get back.


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