Court dispositions 7/27

Recent dispositions recorded in 9th District Court:
–Carl Haskins found guilty by jury trial of false imprisonment, robbery, battery on a household member and assault on a household member. Determined to be a habitual offender and sentenced to concurrent terms totaling seven years in state prison with credit for 306 days served and $100 DNA testing fee.
–Pearline Mims, 34, pleaded guilty to trafficking controlled substances. Sentenced to nine years in state prison with credit for 24 days served. Five years suspended and ordered to serve five years supervised probation upon release and pay $75 lab fee and $100 DNA testing fee.
–Guadalupe Walley Rodriguez, 26, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and larceny over $250. Determined to be a habitual offender and sentenced to two consecutive sentences totaling five years in state prison with credit for 75 days served, $75 controlled substance fee, and $100 DNA testing fee. Two years suspended and placed on two years supervised probation upon release.
–Tomas Anaya, 24, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and driving under the influence of liquor or drugs. Sentencing deferred on marijuana charge for 18 months and sentenced to 90 days in county jail for driving charge with all but 10 days suspended and credit for one day served, $100 DNA testing fee, and $250 fine. Placed on 18 months supervised probation with special conditions of alcohol abuse screening, 48 hours community service, DWI school, attending MADD victim impact panel, installing ignition interlock device, and $15 per month probation fee.
–Miguel Martel, 22, pleaded guilty to aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Sentenced to three years in state prison with all but six months suspended and credit for 325 days served. Placed on 2 1/2 years unsupervised probation and two years parole supervision, and ordered to be released to the Department of Immigration and Naturalization Services.

Recent dispositions recorded in Curry County Magistrate Court:
–Leonard Acuna, 33, pleaded guilty to driving under suspension. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail and $259 fines and court costs. Jail time suspended and placed on 364 days unsupervised probation.
–Heath Eddens, 19, pleaded guilty to driving under suspension. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail with credit for one day served and $259 fines and court costs. Balance of jail time suspended and placed on 363 days supervised probation with special conditions of allowing immobilization device to be placed on vehicle for 30 days and $35 per month probation fee.
–Celestino Duran, 56, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, second offense. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 22 suspended, and $699 fines, court costs, and fees. Placed on 342 days supervised probation with special conditions of alcohol abuse screening, 48 hours community service, DWI school, attending MADD victim impact panel, installing ignition interlock device, and $35 per month probation fee.
–Paul Hendricks, 53, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, second offense. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 60 suspended, and $699 fines, court costs, and fees. Placed on 304 days supervised probation with special conditions of alcohol abuse screening, 48 hours community service, DWI school, attending MADD victim impact panel, installing ignition interlock device, and $35 per month probation fee.
–Janae Spillmon, 20, pleaded no contest to battery on a household member and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail and $1,156 fine, court costs and fees. Jail time and $900 of fine suspended and placed on 364 days supervised probation with special conditions of anger management classes and $35 per month probation fee until classes completed.
–Clarence Wilson, 28, pleaded guilty to driving under suspension. Sentencing deferred 90 days and placed on 90 days unsupervised probation with $59 court costs and fees.
–Jolene Quick, 18, pleaded guilty to resisting, evading, or obstructing an officer. Sentencing deferred 364 days and placed on 364 days unsupervised probation with $51 court costs and fees.
–Kelly Carter, 24, pleaded guilty to shoplifting under $100 and driving under suspension. Sentenced to two concurrent sentences totaling 364 days in county jail with 100 days suspended; allowed to serve 10 extra days in lieu of $390 fine, court costs and fees. Placed on supervised probation upon release with $35 per month probation fee.
–Santiago J. Maes, 30, pleaded no contest to driving under suspension. Sentencing deferred 90 days and placed on 90 days unsupervised probation with $59 court costs and fees.
–Charles B. Wooten, 42, pleaded no contest to driving under suspension. Sentencing deferred 90 days and placed on 90 days unsupervised probation with $59 court costs and fees.
–Michael J. Hardwick, 22, pleaded no contest to battery on a household member. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail and $1,051 fine, court costs and fees. Jail time and $900 of fine suspended and placed on 364 days supervised probation with special conditions of anger management classes and $35 per month probation fee until classes completed.
–Jaclyn L. Ramos, 20, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, first offense. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail and $469 fine, court costs and fees. Jail time suspended and placed on supervised probation with special conditions of alcohol abuse screening, 48 hours community service, DWI school, attending MADD victim impact panel, installing ignition interlock device, and $35 per month probation fee.