Court Dispositions 12/7

Here are recent dispositions recorded in Curry County District and Magistrate Courts:

David D. Patrick, 27, entered Alford plea (admitting sufficient evidence exists to convict while maintaining innocence) to possession of psilocybin with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine, and trafficking cocaine. Sentenced to four concurrent terms totaling nine years in state prison with all but one year suspended and credit for six days served, and $300 lab fees. Placed on five years supervised probation with $15 monthly probation costs while employed and special conditions of $100 DNA testing fee, $100 restitution to New Mexico State Police, and substance abuse screening with counseling if needed. Subject to two years parole release supervision if imprisoned.

Jose Barrera, 35, pleaded guilty to aggravated driving while intoxicated, first offense, open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and no driver’s license. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail with credit for 90 days served and $318 fines and fees at $50 per month after re-entering United States. Placed on 274 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of attending MADD victim impact panel, 48 hours community service, alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed, installing vehicle ignition interlock, completing DWI school, and reporting to DWI probation office within 24 hours of re-entering United States.
Marie G. Madrid, 36, pleaded no contest to driving while intoxicated, first offense. Judgment deferred 364 days, ordered to pay $215 fees, and placed on supervised probation for same period with special conditions of reporting immediately to probation officer, making $100 contribution to Crime Stoppers and $200 contribution to Domestic Violence Shelter, attending MADD victim impact panel, substance abuse screening and treatment if needed, and installing vehicle ignition interlock with payment for installation and monthly fees.
Thomas Jara Jr., 28, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, first offense. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, all suspended, and $515 fine, court costs, and fees at $50 per month. Placed on 364 days supervised probation with special conditions of alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed, 48 hours community service, MADD victim impact panel, and DWI school.
Raymond Wells, 18, pleaded no contest to careless driving, failure to notify owner upon striking a fixed object and filing a false police report. Sentenced to $1,777 fines and court costs, all but $527 suspended, to be paid at $50 per month.
Gregory Hanner pleaded no contest to careless driving. Judgment deferred 90 days, ordered to pay $75 court costs and fees, and placed on 90 days unsupervised probation with condition of obeying all laws.
Jesus Gil, 42, appealed to District Court following Oct. 17 Magistrate Court guilty plea to charges of driving while license suspended with sentence of 364 days in county jail, none suspended, and $75 court costs and fees.
Alvin Gooden, 42, pleaded no contest to indecent exposure. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 182 suspended, and $1,067 fine and court costs, all but $67 suspended. Placed on supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of no possession or consumption of alcohol or drugs, allowing probation officer to visit home or work, and reporting to magistrate probation office within 24 hours of release from jail.
Fabian Carrerra, 20, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to terms totaling 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $364 fine, court costs and fees to be paid at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period. Allowed to complete 71 hours community service in lieu of payment.
Danny Griego admitted to violating probation on Aug. 18 conviction for shoplifting under $100. Probation revoked and new sentence imposed of 182 days in county jail with credit for 37 days served in jail or probation and 145 days remaining to be served with no good time allowed.
Thomas Jerry, 27, admitted to violating probation on June 9 conviction for assault on a household member. Probation revoked and new sentence imposed of 182 days in county jail with credit for 152 days served in jail or probation and 30 days remaining to be served with good time authorized, plus $100 bench warrant fee to be paid at $50 per month beginning Dec. 17.
Edward Salas, 19, pleaded guilty to criminal trespass. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail with credit for any time served in pre-sentence confinement plus $67 court costs and fees.
John Hernandez, 33, pleaded guilty to concealing identity. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, all suspended, and $567 court costs and fees, all but $167 suspended, at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for same period.
Robert Navarro, 53, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended, no brake lights, no insurance, and improper plate. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but three suspended with credit for three days served and $276 court costs, fees, and bench warrant fee. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation costs. Allowed to serve 34 hours community service in lieu of court costs and fees with $100 remaining for bench warrant fee payment.
Jason Jones, 24, pleaded guilty to unlawful carrying of a deadly weapon. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 10 suspended with credit for two days served, and $1,067 fine, court costs and fees, all but $67 suspended. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period to run concurrently with probation currently being served.
Heather Guebara, 22, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended. Judgment deferred 90 days, ordered to pay $75 court costs and fees, and placed on 90 days unsupervised probation.
Mark Sutton, 32, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. Sentenced to 180 days in county jail, all suspended, and $167 fine, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period.
Jason Chavoya, 23, entered Alford plea (admitting sufficient evidence exists to convict while maintaining innocence) to attempted possession of an explosive device. Placed on 364 days unsupervised probation with special conditions of obeying all laws, keeping court informed of current address, making $250 donation to Coats for Kids, and paying $67 court costs and fees, and if defendant does not get orders to South Korea, reporting to probation office to be placed on supervised probation.
Christopher Madrid, 21, pleaded guilty to concealing identity and defective vehicle equipment. Judgment deferred 182 days, ordered to pay $132 fine, court costs and fees, and placed on 182 days unsupervised probation.
Johnny Castillo pleaded no contest to battery on a household member. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $67 court costs and fees. Placed on supervised probation for same period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of reporting to probation office within 24 hours of release from charges in Texas and attending anger management classes. Probation allowed to revert to unsupervised status after anger management classes completed.
Drewie Little, 24, pleaded guilty to aggravated driving while intoxicated (refused chemical testing). Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, all but two suspended. Placed on 362 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation fee and special conditions of reporting to probation officer within 24 hours of release from jail, attending MADD victim impact panel, substance abuse screening and treatment if needed, allowing ignition interlock to be placed on vehicle and paying installation and monthly fees, DWI school, and 48 hours community service. Probation allowed to revert to unsupervised status after six months if all mandatory sentencing has been completed.
Ronald Pace, 32, pleaded guilty to no driver’s license. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, all suspended, and $175 fine and fees at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period.
Janae Spillmon, 20, pleaded no contest to battery on a household member. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $67 court costs and fees. Placed on supervised probation for same period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of reporting immediately to probation officer and attending anger management classes. Probation allowed to revert to unsupervised status after anger management classes completed.
Judas Gonzales, 31, pleaded no contest to driving while license revoked. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 64 suspended with credit for one day served, and $375 fine and court costs. Placed on 300 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of reporting immediately to probation officer and allowing vehicle immobilization device to be installed.
Susan Mize, 37, pleaded guilty to battery on a household member. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $167 court costs at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for same period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of anger management classes through domestic violence shelter, remaining on antidepressant medication as prescribed by doctor and no alcohol consumption. Probation allowed to revert to unsupervised status at discretion of probation officer.
Louis Tenorio, 38, pleaded guilty to battery on a household member, driving while license suspended, no insurance, and failure to display registration. Sentenced to two consecutive terms totaling 728 days in county jail with credit for seven days served and remainder suspended, and $732 fine, court costs, and fees. Placed on probation for remaining period with special conditions of reporting immediately to probation officer, no contact with victim, and attending anger management classes. Allowed to serve 143 hours community service in lieu of payment.
Jerry Anson, 42, pleaded no contest to battery, assault, and disorderly conduct. Judgment deferred 182 days, ordered to pay $161 court costs and fees, and placed on two concurrent terms of 182 days unsupervised probation.
Barry Burch, 28, pleaded guilty to public affray, two counts of criminal damage, and concealing identity, and no contest to eluding an officer. Sentenced to four concurrent terms of 182 days in county jail and one concurrent term of 364 days, all but 20 suspended with credit for one day served, and $255 fine, fees, and court costs at $50 per month. Placed on 344 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of reporting immediately to probation officer and payment of restitution by April 20. If restitution not paid in full, ordered to serve remainder of sentence in county jail.
Wilfred Webskowski, 60, appealed to District Court regarding Oct. 21 Magistrate Court sentence following conviction in Sept. 9 jury trial for aggravated driving while intoxicated (more than 0.16 alcohol content), second offense, and failure to maintain traffic lane. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 60 suspended, and $718 fine, fees, and court costs. Placed on 314 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation fees and special conditions of reporting to probation officer within 24 hours of release from jail, alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed, 48 hours community service, attending MADD victim impact panel, and installing vehicle ignition interlock. Allowed work release at discretion of jail officials.
George Solano, 43, pleaded guilty to speeding 72 in 55 mph zone, no commercial vehicle stop lamps, no insurance, failure to carry registration and identification permit, and no commercial driver’s license. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 14 suspended with credit for two days served, and $680 fine, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on 350 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special condition of reporting to probation office within 24 hours.
Jose I. Garcia, 56, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, first offense, and driving with no lights at night. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, all suspended, and $570 fine, court costs, and fees. Placed on 364 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed, attending MADD victim impact panel, installing ignition interlock on vehicle, and attending DWI school.
Larry Cordova, 40, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, all suspended, and $67 court costs. Placed on 182 days unsupervised probation.
Andrew E. Sena, 42, pleaded guilty to battery on a household member. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $67 court costs and fees. Placed on supervised probation for same period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of attending anger management classes and reporting to probation office within 24 hours.
Steve Gershon, 48, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. Conditional discharge granted and placed on 182 days unsupervised probation with condition of obeying all laws.
Mitchell Milton, 50, pleaded guilty to battery on a household member. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $67 court costs and fees. Placed on supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of anger management classes through domestic violence shelter and no contact with a specified person. Probation allowed to revert to unsupervised status after anger management classes completed.
Eddie Castillas, 42, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, all but 10 suspended with credit for 10 days served, and $375 fine and fees at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for remaining period with condition of obeying all laws.
Francisco Naranjo, 23, admitted to violating probation on May 29 conviction for driving while license revoked and concealing identity. Probation revoked and new sentence imposed of 364 days in county jail, all but 88 days suspended with credit for 88 days served in jail or on probation, and paying remaining balance of $590 fines and fees owed. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation costs and original conditions of obeying all laws and keeping court informed of address.
Raiden Yvesd Montez admitted to violating probation on July 17 conviction for assault n a household member. Probation revoked and new sentence imposed of 182 days in county jail, all but 102 days suspended with credit for 96 days served with no good time allowed, and paying $100 bench warrant fee and remaining balance of $251 fines and fees. Placed on 80 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and original conditions of attending anger management classes, alcohol and drug screening with treatment if needed. Probation allowed to revert to unsupervised status after conditions completed.
Ramona Gonzales, 26, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended and failure to yield to emergency vehicle. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but four suspended with credit for three days served, and $1,130 fine and court costs, all but $130 suspended at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with condition of obeying all laws.
Christine Tapia, 28, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, first offense, and driving while license suspended. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 14 suspended with credit for one day served, and $840 fine, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of attending DWI school, MADD victim impact panel, alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed, installing vehicle ignition interlock at own expense, and not operating a vehicle until a valid license provided to court.
Samuel Perez, 19, pleaded guilty to negligent use of a deadly weapon. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, all suspended, and $567 fine, court costs and fees, all but $67 suspended. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special conditions of obeying all laws and keeping court informed of current address.
Guadalupe Lujan, 26, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, no insurance, no registration, and no license. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, none suspended, and $1,580 fine, fees, and court costs. Placed on 364 days supervised probation with special conditions of reporting to probation officer within 24 hours of release from jail, attending MADD victim impact panel, alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed, attending DWI school, and allowing vehicle ignition interlock to be placed on any vehicle driven and paying installation and monthly fees.
D’Anna Patterson, 25, pleaded guilty to criminal damage. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, all suspended, and $667 fine, court costs and fees, all but $167 suspended, at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for same period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of no contact with specified person and going through a third party in matters involving their child.
Abundio Valez, 28, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $192 fine, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period.
Adam Jacoby, 19, pleaded guilty to aggravated battery. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $67 court costs and fees. Placed on 364 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation cost and special conditions of no contact with victim, reporting to probation office within 24 hours, attending anger management classes, and no consumption of alcohol or being anywhere alcohol is consumed.
Jason Sweeny, 17, pleaded guilty to careless driving. Judgment deferred 90 days, ordered to pay $75 court costs, and placed on unsupervised probation for same period.
Jesse Garza, 24, pleaded guilty to reckless driving. Sentenced to two concurrent terms of 90 days in county jail, all but five suspended with credit for one day served, and $320 fine, court costs and fees. Placed on 359 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of reporting to probation office within 24 hours of release from jail, attending MADD victim impact panel, alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed, allowing ignition interlock to be placed on any vehicle that will be driven and paying for installation and monthly fees, attending DWI school, and completing 48 hours community service.
Robert Gallagher pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana. Sentenced to 15 days in county jail, all suspended, and $192 fine and court costs at $50 per month. Placed on 15 days unsupervised probation.
Charles Banister, 21, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, no seatbelt, improper driving on roadways laned for traffic, and driving while license suspended. Sentenced to concurrent terms totaling 364 days in county jail, all but eight suspended with credit for two days served, and $824 fine, court costs, fees, and bench warrant fee. Placed on 356 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of reporting to probation office within 24 hours of release from jail, attending MADD victim impact panel, alcohol abuse screening and treatment, allowing ignition interlock to be placed on any vehicle that will be driven and paying for installation and monthly fees, attending DWI school, and performing 48 hours of community service.
Travis Dain, 19, pleaded guilty to criminal trespass. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but four suspended with credit for one day served and $67 court costs. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of not being on any school grounds and no contact with victim.
Misty Davis pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana. Sentenced to 15 days in county jail, all suspended, and $192 fine, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on 182 days unsupervised probation with special conditions of obeying all laws and not calling court’s attention to herself in an unfavorable manner.
William Buck, 18, pleaded guilty to 11 counts of disorderly conduct, criminal damage, and unlawful assembly. Sentenced on disorderly conduct to 11 concurrent terms of 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $537 court costs and fees. Placed on 11 concurrent terms of 364 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of cleaning restitution fee for each victim totaling $110 and reporting to probation office within 24 hours. Probation allowed to revert to unsupervised status after restitution paid. Judgment deferred 90 days on criminal damage and unlawful assembly charges, ordered to pay $94 court costs, and placed on 90 days unsupervised probation with condition of obeying all laws.
Kelvin Gooden pleaded no contest to driving while license suspended. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $375 fine and fees at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special conditions of obeying all laws and not calling court’s attention to himself in an unfavorable manner.
Ruben Garcia, 36, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended and no insurance. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 14 suspended with credit for two days served, and $130 court costs. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with special conditions of installing immobilization device on his vehicle for 30 days and reporting to probation office within 24 hours of release from jail.
Matthew Padilla, 18, pleaded guilty to 11 counts of disorderly conduct, criminal damage, and unlawful assembly. Sentenced on disorderly conduct to 11 concurrent terms of 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $537 court costs and fees. Placed on 11 concurrent terms of 364 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of cleaning restitution fee for each victim totaling $110 and reporting to probation office within 24 hours. Probation allowed to revert to unsupervised status after restitution paid. Judgment deferred 90 days on criminal damage and unlawful assembly charges and ordered to pay $94 court costs.
Sergio F. Berumen, 26, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, failure to maintain traffic lane, driving at night without lights, and open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, all suspended, and $725 fine, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on 364 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation fees and special conditions of attending DWI school and MADD victim impact panel, alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed, allowing ignition interlock to be placed on any vehicle to which he has access and paying costs and monthly fees, and reporting to probation office within 24 hours of release from jail or re-entry to United States.
Adam I. Rodriguez, 17, pleaded guilty to careless driving and no driver’s license. Sentenced on license charge to $355 fine and fees, all but $155 suspended. Judgment deferred 90 days in careless driving charge, ordered to pay $75 court costs and fees, and placed on unsupervised probation with condition of obeying all laws. Allowed to pay $50 monthly toward fine, fees, and court costs.
Joseph Rodriguez, 33, pleaded guilty to shoplifting under $100. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, all suspended, and $67 court costs. Placed on supervised probation for same period with $35 monthly probation costs and special condition of reporting to probation office within 24 hours of release. Allowed to complete 13 hours community service in lieu of payment.
Manuel Torres, 22, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, second offense. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 60 suspended, and $1,552 fine, court costs, and fees. Placed on supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of alcohol abuse screening and treatment, 48 hours community service, MADD victim impact panel, DWI school, allow ignition interlock to be placed on any vehicle to which he has access and pay fees and costs.
Jaime Perez, 20, pleaded no contest to driving while license suspended. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 15 suspended with credit for one day served and $375 fine and fees at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of allowing immobilization device to be placed on his vehicle at own expense and reporting to probation office immediately.
Bruce C. Nixon, 22, pleaded no contest to driving while intoxicated, first offense, and negligent use of a deadly weapon. Sentenced on driving while intoxicated to 90 days in county jail, all suspended, and $515 fine and fees, and placed on 90 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation fee and special conditions of reporting to probation office immediately, attending MADD victim impact panel, substance abuse screening and treatment if needed, allowing ignition interlock to be placed on any vehicle to be driven for 90 days and pay for installation and monthly fees, and attending DWI school. Judgment deferred 182 days on weapon charge and ordered to pay $47 court fees. Allowed to pay costs at $50 per month.
Yves Raiden pleaded guilty to criminal trespass. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 60 suspended with no good time allowed and credit given for any time previously served, and $67 fees. Placed on 304 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special condition of reporting to probation office with 24 hours of release from jail. Allowed to complete 13 hours community service in lieu of payment.
Armando Avila, 28, pleaded guilty to battery on a household member. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 25 days suspended with credit for 25 days served, and $67 court costs and fees. Allowed to serve additional jail time in lieu of payment. Placed on unsupervised probation for remaining period.