Monday, April 7, 2014

Protection Order Violators With Multiple Bookings Into Jail

Separate Recent Arrests For Multiple Protection Order Violations

Mesa County, Colo. --  Ryan Bost, 33, of Grand Junction, has been booked into the Mesa County Detention Facility six times since mid-December 2013, primarily for violation of a protection order among other charges and failure to appear in court warrants. Most recently, Ryan was charged with criminal impersonation, attempt to influence a public servant and violation of a protection order on April 4, 2014. 

Ryan Bost, 33, of Grand Jct.
Prior to the April arrest, Ryan was arrested by deputies on March 28, and charged with four counts of violating a protection order and child abuse. He received a $500 cash or surety bond that was posted on March 31. On March 24, he was stopped by Colorado State Patrol and issued a speeding ticket, along with being booked into jail for driving with a revoked license and violation of a protection order. He post a $100 cash only bond the next day and was released from jail. On, March 1, deputies arrested Ryan on three warrants for failure to appear in court on previous cases associated with domestic violence. On February 19, deputies arrested Ryan on charged of assault, multiple counts of harassment, obstructing a telephone and domestic violence. And, December 21, 2013, he was arrested on two warrants for failure to appear in court (on previous charges). 

Ryan's future court dates are April 29, at 8 a.m. Mesa County Department of Human Services is also involved in many of the incidents associated with Ryan's arrests. For more information on any inmate in our jail facility, visit our Inmate Inquiry System website.

Steven Casias, 43, of Fruita
Also on April 4, deputies arrested Steven Casias, 43, of Fruita, on a warrant related to domestic violence--stalking and intimidation. Previously, Steven was arrested and booked into the Mesa County Detention Facility on April 1, on a warrant to which he posted a $10,000.00, cash only bond the following day. His next scheduled court appearance for this case is April 8, at 8:30 a.m. 

Prior to the April arrests, Steven was arrested on March 1, by officers with the Grand Junction Police Department for violating a restraining order, to which he is scheduled to appear in court on this case April 14, at 8 a.m. Steven was also arrested on February 12, by deputies for multiple counts of violating a restraining order and violating bail bond conditions, and on January 26, deputies also arrested Steven for domestic violence charges, including bribing a witness and a felony theft charge.

For more information on a few statewide domestic violence statistics and to get local domestic violence assistance information, visit this Latimer House website. Domestic violence remains a steady arresting charge into the Mesa County Detention Facility. For anyone experiences immediate danger, from domestic violence, or any other 911.