Warrant for John Bowlen remains
The Denver Post
A motion to quash an arrest warrant out of Arapahoe County for John Bowlen, son of Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, has been denied.
Arapahoe County Court Judge Darren Louis Vahle denied on Friday a motion by Bowlen’s attorney to “set aside (an) order issuing a bench warrant.”
The arrest warrant was issued Tuesday for Bowlen after he was arrested Sunday in California on suspicion of DUI and driving over 100 mph.
Bowlen was convicted in April 2016 in a domestic violence case in Arapahoe County and was placed on probation for a 24-month period.
His arrest Sunday violated probation in five ways, according to court documents:
•Bowlen did not report his arrest in California.
•Bowlen has not reported to his probation officer since March 27.
•Bowlen has not reported to community service.
•Bowlen has not enrolled in court-ordered domestic violence and drug and alcohol treatment programs.
•Bowlen did not report that he’d gone to California.
Bowlen bailed out of jail in California on Monday. Bail in his Arapahoe County probation revocation has been set at $1,287.50.