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The Record (April 7)

The following is a list of people booked into the Routt County Jail on suspicion of the listed charges. The arresting agency is listed in parentheses.
Sunday, March 31
Robert K. Delaney, 33, Steamboat Springs Driving under the influence, DUI per se and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia (Steamboat Springs Police Department)
Ryan Sebastian Dugger, 22, Steamboat Springs Driving under the influence of drugs, speeding and possession of drug paraphernalia (Colorado State Patrol)
Monday, April 1
Lucy Marie Jacobson, 21, Steamboat Springs Harassment (SSPD)
Steve Brett Hillendorf, 40, Mannford, Okla., Violation of a restraining order (Routt County Sheriff’s Office)
Matthew Scott Hammer, 31, Steamboat Springs Fugitive of justice (RCSO)
Johl Graham Kohlhase, 36, Steamboat Springs DUI, DUI per se and failed to dim lights (SSPD)
Tuesday, April 2
Derek Jay Torres, 26, Yampa False reporting (RCSO)
David Arthur Thiemen, 51, Steamboat Springs Violation of a restraining order (SSPD)
Wednesday, April 3
James Todd Reimer, 31, Fraser Violation of a bond condition (SSPD)
Thursday, April 4
Kim Donald Jones, 43, Steamboat Springs DUI, DUI per se and weaving (SSPD)
David Wayne Converse, 21, Craig Theft (SSPD)
Michael Paul Giordano, 23, Steamboat Springs Failure to appear in court (SSPD)
David Andrew Watters, 40, Westfield, Ind. Fugitive of justice (CSP)
Friday, April 5
James Michael Smith, 23, Steamboat Springs DUI and improper use of lamps (SSPD)
Christine Michelle Karst, 31, Steamboat Springs Theft (SSPD)
Saturday, April 6
Elijah Lee Stevenson, 23, Oak Creek Driving while ability impaired (CSP)
Stephen Allen Jeppson, 41, Salt Lake City DUID and weaving (Hayden Police Department)
Christopher Dielo Zubcic, 20, El Paso, Tex. DUID, failure to dim lights and possession and distribution of schedule I substances


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