Briefs for Dec. 9 | SteamboatToday.com

Briefs for Dec. 9

Daniel Robbins trial starts Monday

— A scheduled three-day trial for a 31-year-old man accused of vehicular assault in a June 2005 crash that his passenger, a Clark resident, will begin Monday in Hot Sulphur Springs.

Daniel Robbins, formerly of Clark, had his case set for trial in April after former District Judge Paul McLimans did not think the plea agreement offered to Robbins adequately protected the public.

Robbins is facing a felony charge of reckless manslaughter, which is punishable with as many as six years in prison and a fine of as much as $500,000.

Robbins was arrested in June 2005 after he reportedly lost control of the 2005 Dodge Viper he was driving south of Kremmling on Colorado Highway 9. The car struck a guardrail, crashed and killed 22-year-old passenger Jeffery Harris of Clark.

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to ring bells to raise money

for the Salvation Army. One-hour shifts are available through Christmas Eve. Anyone who wants to help raise money for local families who need help with things like

dental bills, prescriptions, gas and utilities is asked to call Susan Corser at 879-5986 or e-mail secorser@msn.com.

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Got a tattoo and want to show it off? 4 Points is looking for anyone interested in having a picture of their ink featured in an upcoming edition of the weekly arts and entertainment section.

What we need: a color photo of the tattoo (appropriate body areas only, please) and a short description identifying what the tattoo is, why you got it, when you got it and where you got it. E-mail submissions to aplean@steamboatpilot.com. For more information, call Allison Plean at 871-4204.