Court roundup: Steamboat Springs man must register as sex offender
September 6, 2013
Steamboat Springs — A 21-year-old Steamboat Springs man who police said approached several underage teenage girls and asked them for sex in exchange for money will have to register as a sex offender for five years.
Tyler Davis was arrested Aug. 1 and had been held in jail through his sentencing Aug. 30.
As part of a plea agreement, Davis pleaded guilty to harassment for following a person. He previously had been charged with two counts of criminal attempt to commit inducement of a child for prostitution, a Class 4 felony.
Davis will be on sex offender probation for five years. He will have to complete 100 hours of community service, a psychosexual assessment and undergo any recommended treatment.
Stagecoach man sentenced in sexual assault case
The Stagecoach man charged with sexually assaulting a 7-year-old boy was sentenced Friday to 30 days in jail.
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Young previously had been charged with sex assault on a child, a Class 4 felony; sex assault on a child with a pattern of abuse, a Class 3 felony; and sex assault on a child younger than 15, a Class 4 felony.
Young was given credit for 14 days he already had served in jail. He will be on supervised sex offender probation for five years, will have to register as a sex offender and receive any recommended treatment. Young cannot have contact with any children.
Fines, probation and court costs will cost Young $7,349.30.
Routt County man pleads guilty to criminal trespassing
A Routt County man has pleaded guilty to felony first-degree criminal trespassing related to a car crash July 31 on Buffalo Pass.
Investigators from the Routt County Sheriff’s Office think William Robert Doyne, 48, crashed his car, broke into a home and then stole a bike, reportedly to go look for help.
The Routt County District Attorney's Office charged Doyne with driving under the influence of drugs, felony first-degree criminal trespassing, theft, criminal mischief and careless driving.
After his sentencing hearing Friday, Doyne said he had an “unfortunate but well-documented side effect to a prescription sleep medication.”
Doyne received a deferred judgement. If he successfully completes two years of supervised probation, the case will be dismissed.
“I just want to move on with my life,” Doyne said.
Former Steamboat restaurant manager pleads guilty to computer crime
The former manager of a Steamboat entertainment venue accused of taking control of domain names owned by her former employer took a plea deal in July.
Donna "Tonie" Roberts was arrested Feb. 1 and charged with suspicion of theft, computer crime and felony criminal impersonation.
Roberts pleaded guilty to misdemeanor computer crime. She was given a deferred judgement. If she successfully completes two years of unsupervised probation, the charge will be dismissed.
Roberts must complete 56 hours of community service and donate $100 to Partners in Routt County.