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Court appearance for prominent Vail real estate broker continued to March 26

Tye Stockton returned to the Eagle County Justice Center on Tuesday for a brief court appearance on an accusation of stalking, a domestic violence charge that the Vail real estate giant received in December.

Stockton has not yet had a preliminary hearing on the matter or entered a plea; his court appearance on Tuesday was listed as a preliminary demand, where the defendant either demands to have a preliminary hearing or waives the preliminary hearing, and that appearance was continued to March 26.

Stockton, on Tuesday, was granted permission to travel by Judge Inga Causey. His March 26 continuation was set for 11 a.m.



Stockton, who lives in Vail, received the stalking charge on Dec. 27 as a result of an incident in which he is accused of placing an air tag tracking device in the vehicle of the alleged victim, according to arrest records.

Stockton was booked at the Eagle County Detention Facility on Dec. 27 and was released on Dec. 28 after posting a $2,500 bond.

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Stockton appeared Tuesday — his second court appearance — alongside his attorney, Jesse Wiens.

Stockton is a prominent figure in Vail real estate, brokering some of the area’s largest deals, including representing the buyer in the Aug. 2020 sale of 99 and 100 Vail Road for $57,250,000 — a new record for the Vail market.

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