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The Arrest Record for Nov. 28

Saturday, Nov. 20

Tara Ann Jones-Matthews, 28, Phippsburg — Driving under the influence of drugs, driving under revocation, eluding, careless driving, resisting arrest (Routt County Sheriff’s Office)

Sam Logan Woodward, 20, Steamboat Springs — Possession of marijuana, distributing marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia (Steamboat Springs Police Department)

Joshua Iacovetto, 19, Phippsburg — Driving under revocation, possession of drug paraphernalia (RCSO)

Sunday, Nov. 21

Heather Leeann Hale, 20, Steamboat Springs — Driving under the influence of alcohol, DUI per se, failure to display headlight (SSPD)

Jason Michael McGovern, 26, Steamboat Springs — DUI, DUI per se, careless driving, driving without a license (SSPD)

John Ryan Mosko, 39, Steamboat Springs — Third degree assault (SSPD)

Robinson Kris Logan, 40, Steamboat Springs — Failure to appear (contempt of court) (SSPD)

James Ray Hayes, 46, Hayden — DUI, careless driving, no proof of insurance (Colorado State Patrol)

Monday, Nov. 22

Beatriz Lopez, 30, Craig — Possession of a Schedule 2 substance, possession drug paraphernalia (SSPD)

Michael William Dorr, 54, Steamboat Springs — DUI, DUI per se, prohibited use of weapons, defective tail light, registration not clear (RCSO)

Scott Randall Quick, 46, Steamboat Springs — Failure to appear (disorderly conduct) (SSPD)

Tuesday, Nov. 23

Charles Alan Gulley, 30, Steamboat Springs — DUI per se, DUI, no valid driver’s license, speeding (RCSO)

Sean Patrick Egbert, 20, Craig — Failure to appear (Out of county)

Courtney Lynn Christiansen, 22, Gaithersburg, Md. — Driving while ability impaired, driving with obstructed vision (SSPD)

Thursday, Nov. 25

Carolyn Alexis Berns, 19, Steamboat Springs — Fraud by check (SSPD)

Luke Nathan Thomas, 22, Steamboat Springs — Fugitive of justice (SSPD)

Friday, Nov. 26

Tyler Alan Schmittel, 18, Steamboat Springs — Failure to appear (possession of alcohol) (RCSO)


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