Dispositions 2/29

Here are recent dispositions recorded in Curry County District Court:

Paul Alexander, 23, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Judgment deferred 18 months and placed on supervised probation with special conditions of $75 lab fee, alcohol and drug screening and treatment, reporting to probation office within 24 hours, paying $15 monthly probation costs and $100 DNA testing fee. Subject to one year parole release supervision if incarcerated and granted credit for seven days served.
Javier R. Vargas, 26, pleaded guilty to concealing identity and resisting, evading or obstructing an officer. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 64 suspended with credit for 64 days served, and placed on unsupervised probation for remaining period.
Terrance Swayze pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property greater than $250. Sentenced to 18 months in county jail, all suspended, and placed on supervised probation for same period with special conditions of $15 monthly probation costs and $100 DNA testing fee, as well as court recommendation of completing GED. Subject to one year parole release supervision if incarcerated and granted credit for 13 days served.
Barbara Lopez, 45, pleaded guilty to attempted tampering with evidence and use or possession of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to two terms of 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and placed on supervised probation for same period with special conditions of substance abuse screening and counseling as recommended, $25 monthly probation costs, and reporting to probation office within 24 hours. Probation status allowed to transfer to Albuquerque at discretion of probation office.

Here is a recent court-martial verdict handed down at Cannon Air Force Base:
Staff Sgt. Gene Belaire of the 27th Fighter Wing Component Maintenance Squadron pleaded not guilty to dereliction of duty, indecent acts with a minor and indecent liberties with a minor. Found guilty in jury trial and sentenced to four years confinement, reduction to the lowest enlisted rank of airman basic, dishonorable discharge and total forfeiture of all pay and allowances.

Here are recent dispositions recorded in Curry County Magistrate Court:

William Shane Vaughn, 33, admitted to violating probation on March 6, 2003 conviction for embezzlement less than $250. Probation revoked and new sentence imposed of 364 days in county jail with 31 days suspended and credit for 333 days already served in jail or on probation for 48 hours remaining to be served. Ordered to continue paying $35 monthly probation costs for remainder of term.
Nancy Bustos, 18, pleaded guilty to public affray. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, all but 27 suspended with credit for time served, and $67 court costs and fees to be paid within 30 days of returning to United States. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with special conditions of reporting to probation officer and paying $35 monthly probation costs within 48 hours of returning to United States.
James A. Walker, 44, pleaded guilty to battery on a household member and assault on a household member. Sentenced to concurrent terms totaling 364 days in county jail, all but six suspended with credit for six days served, and $1,614 fine, court costs and fees, all but $114 suspended. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of no contact with victim, $100 contribution to domestic violence shelter, and anger management classes. Probation status allowed to revert to unsupervised at discretion of probation officer after completion of anger management classes.
Juan Romero, 23, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended and speeding 47 in 35 mph zone. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $1,160 fine, court costs and fees, all but $360 suspended at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special conditions of obeying all laws, notifying court in writing of any address change, showing proof of license within 90 days and allowing installation of vehicle immobilization device for 30 days.
Bernie Lucero pleaded guilty to attempt to commit a felony. Sentenced to $20 court costs.
Michelle A. Dupree, 28, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended, defective speedometer and speeding 74 in 50 mph zone. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $1,295 fine, court costs and fees, all but $495 suspended at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special conditions of obeying all laws, notifying court in writing of any address change, and allowing 30 day vehicle immobilization.
Ruby Rodriguez, 22, pleaded guilty to attempted possession of methamphetamine, shoplifting less than $100, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to concurrent terms totaling 364 days in county jail, all but 45 suspended, and ordered to pay $311 court costs and fees. Allowed to complete 60 hours community service at Lighthouse Mission in lieu of payment.
Manuel Prieto, 35, pleaded guilty to battery on a household member, interference with communications and concealing identity. Sentenced to concurrent terms totaling 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $161 court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for same period with special conditions of marriage counseling through Pastor David Swann and anger management classes.
Cristina Gutierrez, 44, pleaded no contest to shoplifting less than $100. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but four suspended with credit for four days served and $1,057 fine, court costs and fees, all but $257 suspended, at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of reporting within 24 hours to probation officer and paying restitution (if any) to Wal-Mart.
Guajardo Ramon Ceniceros, 27, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, all suspended, and $515 court fines and fees at $50 per month. Placed on 180 days supervised probation with special conditions of attending MADD victim impact panel within 45 days, allowing installation of vehicle ignition interlock for 180 days at own expense, no possession, consumption, or association with those possessing or consuming alcohol or drugs, and substance abuse testing and alcohol screening within seven days.
Jonathan Ira Flen, 21, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. Sentenced to concurrent terms totaling 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $464 at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special conditions of obeying all laws and notifying court in writing of any address change.
Kenneth Hines, 39, pleaded no contest to driving while license revoked. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 30 suspended, and $375 fine at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with special conditions of submitting to alcohol or drug testing at request of law enforcement, courts, or probation officer, submitting to home or work visits by probation officer, not driving without a license, and 30 day vehicle immobilization.
Kyle Padgett, 18, pleaded guilty to evading an officer. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but one suspended with credit for one day served, and $1,067 fine, court costs and fees, all but $67 suspended. Placed on unsupervised probation for remaining period with special conditions of obeying all laws and performing 16 hours community service within 30 days.
James Pierce, 32, pleaded no contest to open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle and parking in a handicapped zone. Sentenced to 90 days supervised probation with special conditions of $30 monthly probation costs and 30 hours community service to be done in Portales within 30 days, and $135 fines and fees at $50 per month. Probation status allowed to revert to unsupervised after community service completed.
Cesar R. Monzon, 42, pleaded guilty to no driver’s license and driving while license revoked. Judgment deferred 90 days on no license charge, ordered to pay $75 court costs, and placed on 90 day unsupervised probation with special condition of obeying all laws. Sentenced on revoked license charge to 364 days in county jail, all but seven suspended, and $355 fines and fees at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for remaining period with special condition of 30 days vehicle immobilization.
Juan Bustamante, 23, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, first offense, speeding, failure to maintain traffic lane and driving while license suspended. Judgment deferred 90 days on revoked license charge and placed on supervised probation for same period. Sentenced on remaining charges to 90 days in county jail, all but 56 suspended with credit for 34 days served, and $405 fine, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on 330 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of vehicle ignition interlock, DWI school and MADD victim impact panel, 48 hours community service, and alcohol screening and treatment as recommended.
Jerry Owens, 36, pleaded guilty to possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. Sentenced to 15 days in county jail with credit for time served and $242 fine, court costs and fees.
Mark Rubio, 25, admitted to violating probation on Sept. 10, 2003 conviction for criminal damage and assault. Probation revoked and news sentence imposed of 364 days in county jail with credit for 152 days served and all but six suspended, to be served on Saturdays until sentence complete with no good time allowed.
Christopher Romero, 18, pleaded no contest to criminal trespass. 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 evaluation through Mental Health Resources, following recommendations of screener, and reporting to magistrate probation office within 24 hours. Probation status allowed to transfer to De Baca County.
Florence Lucero, 26, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but four suspended, and $1,075 fine and fees, all but $75 suspended. Placed on 360 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special condition of reporting immediately to probation officer. Probation status allowed to revert to unsupervised after obtaining a valid driver’s license.
Adam Medina, 18, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana, open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and minor in possession of alcohol. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $491 fines, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for same period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of reporting to probation office within 24 hours and completing 30 hours community service related to reducing the incidence of driving while intoxicated.
Santana Moulding, 33, denied violating probation on Dec. 17, 2003 conviction for battery on a household member. Found guilty by judge, probation revoked and new sentence imposed of 364 days in county jail with credit for 65 days served and remainder to be served with no good time allowed.
Ricky Lynn Moten, 40, pleaded guilty to concealing identity. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, all but 32 suspended, and $67 court fees. Placed on unsupervised probation for remaining period with special conditions of obeying all laws and notifying the court in writing of any address change.
Robert C. Cordova Jr., 30, pleaded guilty to resisting, evading or obstructing an officer. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 30 suspended to be served on weekends with good time authorized, and $367 fines and fees at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation costs and special condition of reporting to probation office within 24 hours.
Raymond Wells, 18, pleaded no contest to seven counts of criminal damage to property less than $1,000. Sentenced to concurrent terms totaling 182 days in county jail, all suspended, and $349 court costs and fees at $50 per month and 30 hours. Placed on seven consecutive terms of 182 days supervised probation with special conditions of paying full restitution and 50 hours community service at the library.
Florence Lucero pleaded guilty to resisting or evading an officer and disorderly conduct. Sentenced to concurrent terms totaling 364 days in county jail, all but five suspended with credit for one day served, and $114 fine, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with status allowed to revert to unsupervised at discretion of probation officer.
Stanley D. Bilbrey, 74, pleaded guilty to careless driving. Judgment deferred 90 days, ordered to pay $75 court costs, and placed on unsupervised probation for same period.
Gracie Madrid, 29, pleaded guilty to shoplifting less than $100. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, none suspended, and $67 with additional jail time to be served at $41.20 per day in lieu of payment.
Qualion Pigrum, 19, pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $364 fine, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special condition of obeying all laws.
Amanda Upton, 20, pleaded no contest to driving while license suspended. Judgment deferred 90 days, ordered to pay $75 court costs, and placed on unsupervised probation for same period.
John Chavez, 18, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended, no insurance and speeding 55 in a 45 mph zone. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 16 suspended to be served on weekends, and $500 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 reporting immediately to probation officer and allowing installation of vehicle immobilization device for 30 days at own expense. Probation status allowed to revert to unsupervised once a valid driver’s license has been obtained.
Trisha Lopez, 24, admitted to violating probation on July 2 conviction for driving while license suspended. Probation revoked and new sentence imposed of 364 days in county jail, all but 231 suspended, with credit for 224 days served on probation or in jail and seven days remaining to be served with no good time allowed.
Laura M. Teichmann, 21, pleaded no contest to battery on a household member. Judgment deferred 364 days, ordered to pay $67 court fees, and placed on supervised probation for same period with $35 monthly probation costs and special condition of reporting immediately to probation office. Probation status allowed to revert to unsupervised if defendant moves to Kansas.
Darren R. Winnett, 22, pleaded no contest to driving while license suspended. Judgment deferred 90 days, ordered to pay $75 court costs, and placed on unsupervised probation for same period.
Jake J. Lopez, 30, pleaded guilty to concealing identity. Judgment deferred 182 days, ordered to pay $67 court costs, and placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special conditions of obeying all laws and notifying court of any address change.
Karen Montgomery 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 180 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of alcohol abuse screening and counseling as required attending MADD victim impact panel and DWI school, and allowing installation of vehicle ignition interlock at own expense.