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The Record for Feb. 9

— Saturday, Feb. 3

Robert Elvin Erickson, 63, Steamboat Springs-DUI, DUI per se, driving under suspension, careless driving (Steamboat Springs Police Department)

Tessa Michelle Nunez, 24, Denver-Felony menacing (Oak Creek Police Department)



Miguel Diaz-Martinez, 50, Oak Creek-Harassment (domestic violence), obstructing phone service, false imprisonment (OCPD)

Kent Harrison Berry, 21, Steamboat Springs-Possessing marijuana with the intent to distribute, littering from motor vehicle, DUI, DUI per se (SSPD)



Sunday, Feb. 4

Cory Robert Eardly, 20, Steamboat Springs-Failure to appear (minor in possession) (SSPD)

Bryan Christopher Reser, 21, Steamboat Springs-Third-degree assault, disorderly conduct (SSPD)

Kenneth Ray Wilborn, 21, Steamboat Springs-Harassment, disorderly conduct (SSPD)

Monday, Feb. 5

None

Tuesday, Feb. 6

Dwayne Daniel McCaleb, 26, Steamboat Springs-DUI, driving under denial, driving without seatbelt, fugitive of justice (Steamboat Springs municipal) (Colorado State Patrol)

Bobby Gene Bussell III, 28, Steamboat Springs-DUI, weaving, failing to signal (SSPD)

Wednesday, Feb. 6

Marcus Francis Kamara, 25, Fort Collins-Fugitive of justice (criminal impersonation) (Routt County Sheriff’s Office)

Claudia Carina Delude, 39, Fort Collins-Contempt of court (driving while ability impaired), fugitive of justice (criminal impersonation) (Out of county)

Thursday, Feb. 7

Gary George Winters, 33, Fort Collins-Two fugitive of justice (driving under revocation) warrants, fugitive of justice (DUI) (SSPD)

Margaret Ann Courtney, 28, Steamboat Springs-Driving under suspension (SSPD)

Stefan Jermaine Ridgeway, 22, Craig-Fugitive of justice (driving under revocation) (Hayden Police Department)

Friday, Feb. 8

Casey Piche Shonfield, 25, Steamboat Springs-Harassment (SSPD)

Christopher Lee Woody, 38, Steamboat Springs-Fugitive of justice (traffic), failure to appear (municipal) (SSPD)

Karen Kaye Innis, 39, Hayden-Probation violation (RCSO)

Charles Eugene Kent, 43, Hayden-Fugitive of justice, failure to appear (HPD)

POLICE BLOTTER

Friday, Feb. 9

12:33 a.m. Officers warned a loud group of people in the 1900 block of Ski Time Square to be quiet.

12:46 a.m. A 25-year-old Steamboat Springs man was arrested on suspicion of harassment (domestic violence). The man’s 38-year-old roommate was arrested for being a fugitive of justice and failing to appear.

12:46 a.m. A barking dog was taken to the shelter from the 2400 block of Val d’Isere Circle.

8:11 a.m. Someone near Eighth and Aspen streets complained about the scraping sound of city plows and backhoes.

9:10 a.m. A woman reported an aggressive driver near Lincoln Avenue and Hilltop Parkway.

10:55 a.m. A woman in the 3700 block of Lincoln Avenue was concerned about her 44-year-old boyfriend because she had not seen him since Tuesday. The man was in Leadville.

1:44 p.m. Officers answered a woman’s questions about a protection order in the 600 block of Anglers Drive.

4:14 p.m. A 39-year-old Hayden woman was arrested in the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue for violating her probation.

9:21 p.m. Officers checked the validity of an ID card at a bar in the 1800 block of Ski Time Square.

9:57 p.m. An intoxicated Colorado Mountain College student was cited in the 1400 block of Bob Adams Drive for being a minor in possession. The student was taken to the hospital.

11:02 p.m. People reportedly were fighting in the 100 block of Main Street in Oak Creek.

11:33 p.m. A group of people reportedly were building snowboard jumps in the first block of Park Place. The group was gone when officers arrived.


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