Here are recent dispositions recorded in 9th Judicial District Court:
— Bryan H. Chavez, 22, pleaded guilty June 6 to possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, a third degree felony. Sentence deferred for two years and placed on two years supervised probation with special conditions of drug rehabilitation, $275 restitution and costs, and $15 per month probation costs.
— Ernesto (aka Benito) Diaz Esquives, 27, pleaded guilty June 10 to forgery (making or altering), a third degree felony, and concealing identity, a petty misdemeanor. Sentenced to concurrent terms totaling three years in state prison with credit for 52 days served. Sentence suspended with special condition of restitution and deportation by the U.S. Border Patrol or three years supervised probation if not deported.
— Christopher S. Garcia, 35, pleaded guilty June 12 to attempted possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and two counts of driving on a revoked license, all misdemeanors. Sentenced to two concurrent terms totaling seven days in Curry County Adult Detention Center with remaining five days to be served in house arrest; $675 in fines and costs; 364 days sentence suspended and placed on supervised probation with special conditions of paying $20 per month probation costs, substance abuse screening, attending a MADD victim panel, and random drug screens.