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Steamboat man gets probation in resisting arrest case

Maxwell Arthur Bomberg

— All charges against Maxwell Arthur Bomberg except for resisting arrest were dropped in district court this morning. Bomberg, 20, pleaded guilty to resisting arrest stemming from an April car stop where he reportedly knocked down an officer as he tried to run away.

He was reportedly handcuffed at the time. Bomberg, of Steamboat Springs, was sentenced to a year of probation and ordered to pay $823.40 in fines.

He was also sentenced to two years of probation in a separate case. In 2009, he pleaded guilty to trespassing in an automobile with intent to commit crime and careless driving. Bomberg got a deferred judgment in that case, but the deferment was revoked this morning.